Thursday, July 28, 2011

Kick a Bad Habit


Do you have a habit that is impacting your life in a negative way?

Would you like to kick that habit and eliminate it for good?

Discover how easy it is stop the ruination bad habits cause so that you can liberate your life!

Everyone picks up habits on life's journey but some have an adverse impact on your life.

Bad habits include smoking, drinking too much alcohol, comfort eating, watching too much television, obsessive gambling, compulsive shopping, working too hard or wasting too much time, to name just a few. These habits may be moderate or obsessive. Either way, they have the ability to ruin your life.

Whatever bad habit you have, you'll probably already have a good idea just how costly it is. A bad habit can damage your health, sour relationships, cripple your career and finances, and make life hardwork for yourself and your loved ones.

Left unchecked, a bad habit chips away, stealing your time, energy, resources, happiness and well-being.

Great news is that habits can be kicked for good!

So, why not start kicking yours today?

Bad habits are basically impulses, which are often repeated again and again. The trick is to break the cycle of this acquired behavior. You change the way you think so that you change the way you act.

Make a commitment to yourself to kick your bad habit right now.

If you smoke, give it up! Yes, you can do it and think of how much healthier you'll feel and how much more money you'll have in your pocket.

Are you obsessive about something? Change your behaviour. Yes You Can! Don't let your bad habits hold you back.

Kick that bad habit right out of your life.

Get started by checking out this highly effective Habit Busting Secrets system.

You owe it to yourself to have the best possible life ... one that isn't held back by your bad habits.

What's more, it's easier than you think.

Begin today!


Today's quote:

"Bad habits are easier to abandon today than tomorrow."
- Yiddish Proverb
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Thursday, July 21, 2011

Empower Your Dreamtime


Want to wake up each morning feeling like you've been on an incredible adventure?

Would you like to master your dreamtime so you gain positive, life-enhancing experiences?

While you're sleeping, you could be having amazing fun and truly memorable experiences. All you have to do is learn how to control your dreams.

Most people have about eight hours sleep each day. During these hours, the mind is actively dreaming. Not everyone recalls their dreams. Some remember snippets of exciting dreams that seemed so real and wish they could recall every thrilling detail.

Now imagine being in control of your dreams, directing the outcome of events and experiences, and remembering everything. Wouldn't that open up an exciting new dimension in your life?

Lucid dreaming is having awareness and control of your dreams. It's akin to stepping into another reality and creating the positive experiences and encounters you would like.

Being able to dream consciously has many benefits. You begin to realise how you can create your own reality and enjoy amazing experiences that will inspire and thrill you for days, weeks and even years.

Everyone has the ability to dream lucidly. It's a learnable skill and is just a matter of maintaining focus and employing a few tried and tested lucid dreaming techniques to create the right conditions needed.

When you discover your innate ability to wake-up inside your dream, your daily sleep will prove productive, creative, and enthralling. What's more, you'll wake up refreshed, taking those positive experiences into your day.

So, don't see your sleep as unproductive, wasted hours. Learn how to master your dreams and begin an exciting new journey. It will open up an enticing new dimension that will seem as real as your 'awake' hours.

Enjoy!

Today's quote:

"Sleep is the best meditation." - Dalai Lama
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Thursday, July 14, 2011

Embracing Change


Do you regard change in your life as a threat or an opportunity?

Wish you had courage to face new experiences and welcome them with enthusiasm?

Change is part of everyday life and yet some people find change challenging. If facing new situations fills you with dread, you can help yourself by learning how to embrace change.

Our lives are evolving constantly but some people are prepared to stay in their 'comfort zones' knowing that they aren't actually comfortable. Staying in a familiar situation, even if it hurts or causes unhappiness, often seems preferable to the 'unknown' alternative. Yet staying in your comfort zone can lead to discontentment, deep-rooted unhappiness and a sense that you're only living half a life.

People's fear of change is deep-rooted. Change, of any type or through any stage in life, is often looked upon as frightening. If, however, change is embraced with a positive attitude ... seen as an opportunity or a chance to live with greater excitement and fulfilment ... then moving through a change brings many benefits.

Embracing change begins by accepting that life is a journey of discovery and that change is part of that journey.

You can learn to face new situations with a positive outlook simply by being mindful of your self-talk.

Eradicating limiting thoughts ... the habitual internal thoughts and dialogue that stops you from living fully ... will enable you to turn your perspective to one that is ultimately beneficial.

Once you are aware and mindful of your limiting thoughts, you can correct them and start embracing the changes in your life with greater positivity.

Remember, you are an empowered individual. You always have choices. You are in your life's driving seat so don't give your power away to someone else or some other situation.

Start embracing change today. Start living! Change is full of amazing opportunities.


Today's quote:

"In the confrontation between the stream and the rock, the stream always wins - not by strength but by perseverance."
- H. Jackson Brown
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Thursday, July 07, 2011

Secrets to Eternal Youth


How do you feel about growing old?

Are you worried about what the future has in store for you?

Do you wish you could be eternally young in mind, body and spirit?

Many people fear growing old. But you don't have to be one of them! With the right attitude and outlook, and by embracing a few simple techniques, you can discover the secrets to eternal youth.


You see, you're as young as you think you are.

If you constantly moan about growing old and only see what you consider to be the disadvantages, then you'll probably become old ... very old in thought, appearance, and action. You will manifest what you believe.

If, however, you see growing old as a positive, liberating, healthy experience ... a chance to enjoy the benefits of your worldly wisdom ... the journey into your elder years will certainly be enjoyable and enriching.

Your state of mind really does make a difference to how you look and feel.

Here are a few tips to achieving eternal youth:

1) Discover the Five Rituals and fully embrace the secrets of staying young!

2) Keep active. Regular exercise of mind and body will help you maintain a youthful presence. You may even knock years off your actual age!!

3) Support your mind and body with healthy nutrition.

4) Be mindful of your self-talk. You really are as young as you think!

5) Those who have healthy, positive relationships tend to live longer. Foster good, nurturing connections with people.

6) Smile! Your happiness is good for your well-being and will keep you youthful.


Your journey to eternal youth truly begins with your mindfulness. What you focus on becomes your reality.

So, from today, start embracing your youth. You CAN turn back the clock! No matter how old you are, you can enjoy fantastic benefits simply by making a few changes to your outlook, beliefs, and actions.

Have a great day, young one!


Today's inspiration quote:

“There is a fountain of youth: it is your mind, your talents, the creativity you bring to your life and the lives of people you love. When you learn to tap this source, you will truly have defeated age.” - Sophia Loren quotes
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