I am happy that I can pick and choose how I create my reality.
I am grateful for the knowledge that I can cut new neural pathways. I am fortunate indeed. I am lucky that I have had so many opportunities to learn that I am in charge of my life.
I choose to respond to life in an easy manner rather than to make it hard. I am happy that I can accept grace in my life.
ld be extremely hard on myself. I am so happy that that behavior is a thing of the past. I can now motivate myself through inspiration instead of being a slave to my negative motivation.
I often think about life like an amusement park. I can choose to go through life like a roller coaster, or I can choose the lazy river. I am now at a point in my life that I choose the lazy river and float through life, rather than accept the crazy roller coaster of the external world.
I am grateful that I have learned to turn off the distractions of the world.
I choose to listen to soothing music, rather than loud, obnoxious radio programs. I avoid the drama of social media. I enjoy the laughter of the kids in the neighborhood. I resist the temptation of mainstream media.
Today, I choose to float down the stream of ease and grace. I like my life that way. I feel happy, serene, and peaceful.
- What do I need to let go of in order to have an easier life?
- What distractions am I ready to release in order to bring more grace into my life?
- How can I be a shining example of ease and grace to others?