For this challenge, you will need one quote from Louise Hay every day, a notebook and a pen. It doesn’t matter which day of the month you will start this challenge. You can start it anytime and anywhere. Think of this as a sign from the Universe and whenever you see this post you can start the challenge, either 1st or 31st of the month.
Louise Hay was a motivational author of several self – help books that I am sure you will love them. She is one of my favorite authors and woman that I really admire. Louise Hay is famous for her affirmations and if you are on a personal development journey, suffering from psychosomatic illnesses or want to change our life, make sure you read at least one of her books.
Every morning read one quote. If you are not a morning person or don’t have plenty of time in the morning, try this challenge at any time of the day when you can. But, I would recommend doing it in the morning before your day start.
Sit in a quiet and peaceful place and be in touch with what you read. Read the quote for the day. You can say it out loud if you prefer to. Did it provoke something in you? Does it remind you of something? Is there anything you want to do? Did you learn something new about yourself? If not, what did this quote means? Do you agree?
Perhaps every quote won’t awake too many emotions every day, but I believe that you will have a new motivation each day. After 30 days, read the notebook and all the stuff you wrote. I am sure that you will learn many new things about yourself.
You can do this exercise with your morning coffee or tea, on the road to work, or somewhere in between. It will not take you more than 5 minutes a day, but I am sure you will feel empowered afterward.
It’s great if you’re not a type that wants to meditate, but I believe that each of these quotes can be seen as a sign from the Universe to you, help you raise your awareness, and motivate you.
You can do this exercise with other authors and quotes. It is not necessary to use these, but this is my choice and I am sure you will like it.
If one or several quotes provoke in you something big and you can’t deal with it alone, please consult with a therapist.
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Sit in a quiet and peaceful place and be in touch with what you read. Did it provoke something in you? Does it remind you of something? Is there anything you want to do? Did you learn something new about yourself? If not, what did this quote means? Do you agree with it?
Do this for the next 29 days. Enjoy the challenge!