How mindfulness can help us achieve our goals
Posted on September 23 2019
Founding Director of Louise M shoes, Louise Matson, shares how she is using the practise of mindfulness to achieve her goals and dreams.
Image: Myia Cleggett
Mindfulness is something I am practising daily to help me with my business, my relationships, my well being, and to achieving my goals and dreams. "The Secret" by Australian author and producer Rhonda Byrne has been playing on my audible books app over the last week and has confirmed to me beyond any doubt that your thoughts are reality.
The Law of Attraction is an incredible energy and like energy attracts like energy. You choose whether that energy is positive or negative. Using Law of Attraction, meditation, and countless hours of listening to experts who follow this practise to lead peaceful, joyous, successful, and abundant lives such as Tony Robbins, Wayne Dyer, Louise Hay, and Jack Canfield I too am beginning to become very aware of mindfulness.
Part of mindfulness is being grateful, and one of the many people I am so very grateful to have in my life is Myia Cleggett. I first met Myia when we were both cabin crew at Skywest Airlines. We have become close friends over the years and meet regularly to encourage and support each other in life and business. I am so very proud of her achievements. She lives what she teaches with the Law of Attraction rewarding her over and over again. Her life is full of wonder because she herself has made it that way. Myia is already well on her way to becoming a global expert in her field.
I am honoured to share her blog "How to Live Mindfully". I hope by sharing this it will help you achieve your goals and dreams too.
Mindfulness begins with Awareness - Myia Cleggett
Awareness of your thoughts, is the first step in re-wiring your negative neural pathways and then creating new, positive ones. When you become aware of a negative thought, you can simply pause (take a long deep inhale and slowly exhale to the count of five), create the SPACE for peace and stillness.
In that ‘space’, you can take a moment to look at that negative thought as an ‘observer’, (disassociated from the ego), and know, “that this is not me”, and instead, choose a more compassionate, kind and positive meaning for that thought.
Continue reading Myia's blog by clicking the title 'Mindfulness begins with Awareness' above.