This week feels different . . . I’m actually not feeling much at all like I have been before . . . almost numb
Is this my old blueprint trying to rise up in resistance?
Is the wonder of it all starting to wear off as the daily exercises become more routine?
I actually prefer to believe it’s because the exercises ARE becoming the new blueprint and becoming habitual . . . and habits are often done with not much thought or feeling at all.
Weeks 1-7 were practices with the diagrammed plays and strategies and Week 8 is game time! time to put these plans in action and showing accountability with our mastermind partner.
I take it back . . .
I am noticing a general sense of peace, a calmness in my days, as I remember to look around and notice God’s creation, the crunch as I walk through fallen leaves, the sights and sounds of nature that bring a smile to my face . . . remembering to be grateful for all that I have, as I begin to believe in the future that I am now creating and deserve.
Game on . . .
You ARE creating and deserving of your future that you are claiming!
Yes, Stephanie, it seems most of our habits are initially a product of our upbringing — the cement — thus acquired with not much thought of our own. Changing these is tough. It requires everything were learning in #MKE. Requires self-directed thinking. Great blog! 🙂
Stefanis, “be grateful” for sure.
Fabulous blog Stefanie – gratitude rocks! Being aware and grateful will take you far:)
Thank you Brad! Have a wonderful time on your cruise!
Fantastic awareness of what is taking place courtesy of habits. Gratitude is key!
Congrats Stephanie on your observations! Game on…
Thank you Nancy! I am giving myself more grace for sure and enjoying this journey more and more!
Great awareness, Stafanie! “. . . habits are often done with not much thought or feeling at all.” I think you’re on to something!