•Daily Mantra• Cc: @howigrewtoday “Even though there are things that I can think of right away that could prevent me from having a great day, I still want to focus my intention on getting the best out of this precious day.Even though just telling myself to have a great day hardly seems enough, the fact that I’m doing it is sending my powerful intention out into the Universe.
I want to have an amazing day today.I want to feel loved, happy and healthy.I want my day to be filled with happenings I will like. Although it is not always easy. There are often unseen hurdles to having a great day. But today, I choose to have a great day anyway. I allow for me to go with the flow. Sometimes it feels like I’m getting nowhere. Today, I choose to make hefty strides achieving what I am here to achieve. Sometimes life feels like a rusty machine. Today, I choose to see the machinery that is this Universe and what a valuable cog I am in that machine. As the day drags on, I sometimes feel bored and restless. Today, I choose to find unexpected pleasures out of the mundane. Sometimes my work feels like too much struggle. Today, I choose for my load to be light, and yet deliver remarkably. Sometimes my best laid plans are ruined in a swipe. Just like I wouldn’t stop and sulk when there is a detour in the road, today I choose to move on, taking any detours in my plans, in my stride. Sometimes my life feels like it is on auto-pilot. Today, I choose to drive my bus with awareness and gratitude. Sometimes I forget to acknowledge the value of people who matter. Today, I choose to reach out and bask in the warmth of their love. Sometimes I get lost in taking care of others. Today, I choose to pay attention to my wellness too.
As I expect all the goodness to come into my day, I choose to be considerate towards others too. When people behave irrationally, I choose to look past that into the real reason and wonder whether I can be of any comfort to them. I choose to be compassionate towards myself. Today, I choose to be kind. I choose to run into pleasant people wherever I turn.”