Starting with the smallest and ending with the most profound, here are 10 tips that will help you in your quest to bring back that sense of wonder and joy you had when you were a kid. We’re going to start with – what else? – something you can do each morning. r
Author Archives: Fred Tracy
In fact, there’s so much that it can be hard to process it all. Ironically, this information overload is often most responsible for people’s lack of progress.
If you think that having a wealth of information at your fingertips full of wonderful, new, engaging ideas 24/7 (like the internet) is always a good thing, think again. r
I went outside to my little rope swing to do some quick meditating, and within minutes, received an answer!
You could imagine my surprise. It’s almost as though I had opened a portal into a realm which contained all of the information I could ever need. ‘I’ve got to share this.’ I thought. And so here I am doing that very thing. r
The second part involves visualization. You’re going to visualize a dream that you typically have. It should be one that you’re familiar with. Imagine yourself realizing that you’re dreaming within that dream. Try to feel what it would be like to become lucid. What would you do once you achieve lucidity? r
I used to come up with reasons not to write each and every day. Looking back, I realize it was nothing but self-sabotage. Even if I’m sick with the flu, I’m going to write. My mission is to help people through my website, and that isn’t going to happen if I don’t take action in the present! r
I’ve been thinking a lot about the subconscious mind and how it manifests itself in our life. Nearly all goals that are successfully achieved start as an idea, and with positive vibes, eventually turn into reality. As personal development seekers, it’s up to us to train our minds for success. r