Playing simple mind games with ourselves is one of the most powerful ways to improve the quality of our lives. At the start of every day, ask yourself the following questions. Make this a daily habit for the rest of your life and watch the magic happen!
On Monday ask: ‘What Magic can I create this Monday?’
On Tuesday ask: ‘What will be Terrific about Tuesday?’
On Wednesday ask: ‘How can I put the Wow in Wednesday?’
On Thursday ask: ‘What am I Thankful for this Thursday?’
On Friday ask: ‘What will be Fabulous about Friday?’
On Saturday ask: ‘What will I Savour at this Saturday?’
On Sunday ask: ‘What will be Special about this Sunday?’
Ask yourself the question several times throughout each day – as often as you think of it. Bring an attitude of genuine curiosity to the question. You aren’t forcing anything to happen, you’re simply wondering what will be Wow about this Wednesday.
This isn’t positive thinking, it’s possibility thinking. It’s more powerful than positive thinking because you’re changing the filter through which you view each day. You’re playing with your perceptions so that you’ll start to notice how you can create Magic every Monday. Even on the most challenging, nerve-wracking, deadline-driven days, Magic can happen.
Then at the end of each day, reflect back and answer the question for that day i.e. What Magic did I create this Monday? What was Terrific about this Tuesday?
Watch how your Words become your Wand.
I just love your emails they are so inspiring. Thank you pam
Wonderful to hear, Pam. Warmest wishes, Helena
Awesome! Thanks so much for sharing and encouraging the possibilities Helena! I agree with Pam about how inspiring your messages are!! Lou Ann
Thank you, Lou Ann. Your enthusiastic responses are equally encouraging to me. It’s great to know that the strategies I share are making a positive difference to you. Warm regards, Helena
Like mind management. Beauty is always there in many forms people forget to stop look n listen. Am glad I am from an older generation in many ways. Havva a lovely day.
And you, too, Janet. You’ve reminded of a quote by John Ruskin: ‘Sunshine is delicious, rain is refreshing, wind braces us up, snow is exhilrating. There’s really no such thing as bad weather, only different kinds of good weather.’