I journal everyday as a morning practice and often throughout the day. When the desire to express myself or relieve tension strikes, journaling can lead to deep insights and self-care. I wrote in my journal as a tool to healing myself when I was in pain, which in turn ignited a stream of creativity, which led to my publishing book. Why not give journaling a try? Its therapy, believe me!
I go on a nature hike or walk on the beach feeling the sand beneath my feet while breathing in the oxygen-rich ocean air. Noticing my own being within nature is calming and helps me stay connected to my soul, who I really am and what’s important; nature, spirituality, love, family and friends. Making it a point to feel the elements, hear the wildlife and distant voices and sounds, I notice the synchronicities that have led me to the moment of understanding— that I am doing exactly what completes me, helping other’s heal through breathwork, writing, teaching and listening.
Healing others and being of service brings many gifts. There is great joy in watching another release stuck energy, find meaning where there was none, and trigger and a thought that brings about clarity and change. Like a rock tossed and skimming over the lake, the reverberations of healing can save people’s lies and even change the world.
Simplify. Organize your environment, clear the clutter often and cleanup your life so that there is space for abundance to show up and satisfy your desires. The better you feel about yourself and your environment, the more abundant you become.
Love yourself. When I’m feeling a little down or stuck, I bring in more positivity and good-feeling energy by doing these three things:
1) I do a practice I learned about in David Elliott’s book Healing. I get out my favorite yellow legal pad or scratch paper and list reasons I love myself. When I first started doing this, I had a very short list. Over the years, my list has gotten longer. It’s surprising to see how difficult it is for some people to find reasons to love themselves. Tears flow as people in my classes tap into that void and realize there really is a lot to love if they simply shift their focus to the real beauty inside themselves.
2) Next, I use a separate page to make a rampage of appreciation. The following ideas came from listening to Ester-Hicks and Abraham. Appreciation feels delicious and brings in more of the same goodness.
3) I follow my list of appreciation with a list of why people appreciate me creating a complete energy transformation happiness setting in replacing any unnecessary or negative thoughts.
Randi Maggid is an author, breath work facilitator, and healer, having studied with renowned clairaudient David Elliott. After finding her physical and spiritual path to healing her physical and emotional pain, Maggid’s goal is try and help others as she has helped herself. She offers group classes and private sessions in Pranayama Yoga breathing, as well as collaborative workshops, and products, all of these with the focus and intention of raising consciousness in the world. Maggid attended UC Santa Barbara, received her BA in Journalism from the University of Southern California and her Masters of Science Management degree from Boston University. She has worked as an Art Director in Los Angeles and Chicago and owned an Art and Frame Gallery in Israel. A native Californian, Maggid is a married mother of two currently living in Los Angeles, California. Beverly Hills Concentration Camp is Maggid’s debut book.
Beverly Hills Concentration Camp is available in ebook and paperback May 1st on Amazon and other online sites.
Learn more and connect with the author at www.randimaggid.com
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