How To Live With Passion

igniting my passion

One day, I decided I needed more magic in my life. Magic is instant. I knew it could change my world in a flash. Then I discovered that magic is a result of passion and self love. Igniting my passion is another way of revealing how much I love myself.

You can do it, too, even if you think you don’t have any time for self-improvement exercises.

What’s more, once you do it, you’ll get the law of attraction to work for you like never before.  The good stuff will pour into your life.

It takes no extra time to do because you can do it when you’re doing something else.  Yet, it will give you the Midas touch.

When you do this one thing, it will solve one or more of the five types of problems you are probably wrestling with at this moment…insufficient love, money, direction, or health. It will help you to get your sense of purpose and direction back.

It will work dramatically.  It will work immediately.  And it will work so well– if you continue doing it– that a year from now, you won’t even be able to recognize yourself.

The Magic Button To Reset Your Inner Dialogue

So what is this one thing?

It’s simple:  Turn off your critical inner parent.  Turn on your inner child.

Here’s why it works to bring back the magic:

  • Your critical inner parent is suppressing your natural genius.
  • Your natural genius is an expression of your inner child.
  • Your inner child loves to love.  It loves to laugh.  And it loves to play.

As you allow it to be itself, you’ll raise your vibrations, attract loving attention, make money doing things that you enjoy, find your direction by discovering your passion, and heal your body of all stress-related illness.

 The secret here is to love yourself as if your life depended on it…because it does.  When you do this, you’ll have stumbled upon the magic.

 Although life may seem to be happening to you, it’s actually happening for you.

When you love yourself, you’ll allow life in all its hidden wisdom to guide you to the right people and places, bless you with one opportunity after another, and comfort you when things appear to be going against you.

The Dimension of Time

For magic to work, you need to set it in time. You can do this by practicing moderation and time management.

1. Balance and moderation.

A pearl of wisdom from ancient Greece is “moderation in all things.”

In “Works and Days,” the 9th century B.C. historian Hesiod commented, “Observe due measure, moderation is best in all things.”

The Greek playwright Euripides suggested, “Moderation, the noblest gift of heaven.”

In ‘Gorgias’ written around 380 B.C., the philosopher Plato advised, “We should pursue and practice moderation.”

But civilization has changed completely, and what may have made perfect sense in the ancient world is now anachronistic; we now live in a fast-paced world and the way we approach life in a different way.

Peter Drucker, the philosopher of management theory, has summed up this difference: “Wherever you find something getting done, you find a monomaniac with a mission.”

Fortunately, there is a way to still retain some sanity and balance in our lives even if we live in a hectic world where moderation is no longer a respected value. That way is called “time management.”

2. Time management.

Time management is easy to explain, but it is not easy to do. It is difficult because it requires
continuous self-discipline.

Time management is really life management. It is about planning for results.

It’s about predicting an experience a week from now, a month from now, a year from now, five years from now, or perhaps even ten years from now.

It’s not about juggling but about balancing, specifically balancing short-term tasks with long-term goals.

Fortunately, this is not as complicated as it sounds, and in fact time can be managed in three simple, straightforward steps.

The first step is to write down your major goals.

The second step is to make a list of what you need to do to take action on your goal.

And the third step is to organize this list by priorities and posteriorities.

It’s Like Waving A Magic Wand!

When you speak positively to yourself, as well as practice balance, moderation, and time management, you’ll find yourself  in the right place at the right time.  And, you’ll be with the right people and doing the right things. Turn on the magic today! Follow your bliss, and live with passion.

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