I’m not a big fan of idolising people – it conjures up images of people throwing themselves at someone’s feet, just to be walked upon – but I do believe in seeking out mentors. It’s important not to just watch from the side lines, but to actually take actions and steps to improve ourselves.
But that is easier said than done, as we all know. The meditation routine goes out the window if expectations aren’t being met, the promises you made to be a better version of yourself stops when a family member gets on your nerves, or when you go out to party with people you don’t like and then waste the next day being hung over whilst your body tirelessly works on healing itself.
So today we’re going to look at a few tips and tricks that I’ve found useful since delving deeper into Dr Joe Dispenza’s concepts.
- You’ve got this! No matter what your goal, you will at times fail on what you set out to achieve or drop the ball some days. That’s okay and there’s no need to beat yourself up about it. Just get back up. Each time. That is the difference between high and low performers – you keep on improving and beginning again.
- Break away from the emotions of survival. Basically, don’t get stressed and yes, it’s a big one. For most people we are stressing way too much throughout the day about things that are not a life or death situation, however the emotions we create releases hormones as though we are in a life or death situation. And when that doesn’t get released from the body, it ends up looking like anxiety or depression. You only want to get stressed for a little amount of time. Essentially, being stressed takes energy and if we’re always stressed then we won’t have energy for creativity.
- Create habits that serve you. A habit is when you’ve done something so many times, that your body knows how to do it better than the brain. Make it your ultimate rule to eradicate wasteful habits and create habits that are going to improve your lifestyle.
Start implementing these tips into your daily living. To learn more about Dr Joe Dispenza visit his website: https://drjoedispenza.com/