Manifesto Adventure // Day Seven & Eight

Day Eight: Desires

f335508adc029503de96459cb8a050a5“Desire is a teacher: When we immerse ourselves in it without guilt, shame, or clinging, it can show us something special about our own minds that allows us to embrace life fully.”

Uncovering // Crafting My Manifesto:

>>> We uncovered how you desire to FEEL in your life on Day 5. Now, what do those feelings look, sound, taste, touch, and smell like in your life? How do they play out as if you were watching yourself in a movie living your desires?

Ask for and say what I need rather than holding it in, go for a walk or grab coffee with a friend, surround myself with people who make me laugh, take time out of my day just for me, be spontaneous, say something I’ve been meaning to say for a long time, praise myself for my accomplishments – big and small, let go of my anger toward those who’ve hurt me in the past, read, meditate, go on an adventure with no set agenda…

 

Day Nine: Abundance

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“By practicing gratitude, we are shining one of the most powerful lights on truth and debunking the scarcity lies that pop into our head. We are actively choosing joy, choosing love, choosing to live in abundance. There is enough. We are enough. We are loved. We are safe. Freedom is found in the ability to choose.”

Uncovering // Crafting My Manifesto:

>>> When things start to go really good in your life, what is your typical course of action? More importantly, what is your DESIRED course of action?

Smile… a lot, feel warm inside, celebrate with a fancy dinner, laugh… a lot, encourage others, open up to people much easier, think positively…

>>> Fill-in-the-blank: I’m grateful for <insert what you’re grateful for> because <insert how & why it benefits your life and increases your happiness/joy/abundance>.

I’m grateful for the very confusing parts of life because I am learning more about who I am each an every day. And that’s worth the struggle.

 

That’s it, friends. That’s the last set of questions for this process. Now… now I craft my manifesto. In order to ensure I give myself time to really sit down and think this out, I’m giving myself until next week to post what I come up with. I’ve truly learned a lot about myself by answering all of these simple questions. I encourage you to start from the beginning and complete this process for yourself. If not to craft your very own manifesto, to simply learn more about what makes you YOU.

 

Check out Day Seven here!

 

 

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