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Thursday, June 4, 2009

Mental Exercises - Part 5


Getting my body back - Day 68


When engaged in mental exercises, you may sometimes fall off track and resort to old habits, old way of thinking. You may have allowed the external circumstances to blur your inner vision and therefore speak words not in alignment with your inner desire.

Keep in my mind that this is a transitory period; going from focusing on thinking thoughts due to the external images in your outer circumstances, to now focusing on thinking thoughts due to the internal images of your internal vision. We all have those moments and need to remind ourselves to get back on track.

How do you get back on track?

You shift your mental thinking. The more you practice this and make it a conscious decision, the more you'll remember and the quicker you'll shift your thinking to line up with the image you initially set out to manifest.

As you continue to do this, you'll find yourself more and more in the habit of keeping on top of things, mentally changing and creating your desired results despite what your outer circumstances are saying to you.

As a matter of fact, you'll begin to verbally say to your circumstances, I am healthy, even though your physical body is displaying physical symptoms that say otherwise. You'll say, I am wealthy, even though your physical bank account may be in the red. Or you'll say, I'm at 120 lbs, even though your physical body still shows baby fat. Okay, that part's personal. But you get the drift.

Make a mental decision to stay on track and practice staying off track. If you've fallen off, don't beat yourself up. Just get back on track and get 'your head in the game'. Before you know it, you'll be manifesting your desired results and begin working on another goal.

Fuelling words: I stay on track in my mental focus until I manifest my ideal weight.

Now that the good weather is here, incorporate exercise into your daily routine even as you go outside and are working around the house.

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