When I choose life-affirming thoughts, I have life-affirming experiences. A transformation occurs. My physical appearance changes as I smile more often, walk more confidently, and let my inner light radiate outward. As I develop greater peace and awareness, my spiritual essence shines more brightly. My inner transformation positively affects my life and the lives of those around me.
Last night, I attended a lecture and book signing by Dr. Joe Dispenza, DC. Joe Dispenza became more of a household name after the film “What the Bleep Do We Know” became popular and its popularity went viral. I saw this movie five times, attended screenings that had the directors discussing the making of and took in the wisdom of the experts who spoke between the storytelling and of all the “experts” interviewed, Dr. Joe Dispenza was the memorable one for me.
The scene I can replay in my head on command is him sharing his morning practice. That practice is simple. He wakes and creates his day anew. As if it is his personal reality. And that makes all the difference. Last night as he talked of his work and his way of creating and what the brain is capable of, he again shared that this remains his practice and that the hardest part about this simple and sacred ritual (even for him) is making the time for it.
We are all busy BUT transformation on a daily basis and beginning the day anew is always possible. And here is the simple, sacred, and profound question he asks himself, that I too will:
What is the greatest ideal of myself that I can be today?