Accessing inspiration is directly linked to being aware of you feelings.
On days when life rolls over me and I don’t access my inner self very well, or in worst cases at all, I am unable to experience inspiration that potentially might bubble up inside.
Once I managed to clear the fog, understand precisely what I feel and what is happening inside of me, the inner messages of inspiration become almost overwhelming.
To me, inspiration feels like an inner request to do something and an inner guidance on how to invest my precious time.
Unfortunately inspiration is not change.
If I feel inspired, but don’t take action, I won’t be able to create any change in my life.
Actions that you feel inspired to do aren’t the same as work. They aren’t forcing you to muscle through, but serve as an enabler to make work feel easier and light.
Inspiration is like an elevator that levels me up so I can get my actions done with the most amount of energy, focus, flow and joy and always leads to the most satisfying results.
Without inspiration I feel as through I am forced to take the stairs.
Everything starts with a feeling.
Be aware of what is happening inside of you, connect to your true authentic self and live the life you don’t need to take a vacation from. It’s really that easy.
RE-ENERGIZING EVENING ROUTINE GUIDE
5 SIMPLE EVENING HABITS
TO RECOVER QUICKLY
FROM A ROUGH DAY AT WORK
It might sound tempting to put some deep-fried food in the microwave, open a beer and watch a couple of episode of the newest Netflix series to rewind after a long day, but these action won’t actually help recharge your empty batteries.
An re-energizing evening routine is essential to make it through exhausting and busy work weeks with enough energy to truly enjoy your free time after work.
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