Living the life full of energy and motivation
I think we all have one physical ‘happy place’ where strive to return to when inner peace is desired. For some it could be their birth home where everything looks and feels familiar and welcoming. It is where our childhood has passed, where we’ve experienced some of our best childhood memories. For others it could be a favorite place for vacation where we’ve had so much fun, laughs, and simply good time together with people that we care about and love. And yet, for some it is temporary place of residence where we’ve lived for a brief period, but where we’ve felt at home, at peace, where we felt that comfortable and warm feeling inside, where everything was different, yet peaceful. It does not matter where life takes us, where we move or relocate to, when we think of comfort and inner peace, we always remember that one place that is engrained deep in our memory.
I think it is very important for people to have such place of comfort inside, in our mind, which they can visit at any time by reaching into our memory bank and retrieving those memories that we so cherish, that help us to feel warmth and comfort even if we are not physically there. It’s especially important to have such ‘happy place’ in your memories or in real life where you can go to anytime when facing difficult and challenging times in life. If you are unable to reach your ‘happy place’ by physically going there, you can get there though meditation, or simply by reviewing images of such place in your mind through your memories – visualizing yourself visiting your ‘happy place’, or by reviewing captured images on your camera. Try bringing up images and memories on your ‘happy place’ when faced with life’s challenges and you should feel a sense of peace and comfort somewhere deep inside of you and give you the motivation and inspiration that you may need to help you find new ways to overcome any tough situation that you may be facing. If you physically live at or near your ‘happy place’, when faced with difficulties, or if simply need a boost of motivation, then go visit your ‘happy place’ in person, get recharge and inspired to face and deal with anything that live may throw your way. For some such ‘happy place’ could be visiting a beach early in the morning before crowds get there, enjoying powerful, yet calming waves hitting the shore washing away small particles of sand back to the ocean. Wherever that ‘happy place’ may be for you, visit that place virtually in your mind or in person whenever needed and live the life full of energy and motivation.
I hope you enjoyed reading this module as much as I enjoyed writing it, and hope that you found it to be very useful for you or someone else that you may know. Please feel free to share this post if you know someone who may benefit from reading it same way you did
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