Here are 3 simple but power-filled daily rituals that work FOR your highest good.
Morning. Noon. Nite.
That’s what makes a ritual. Rituals are ceremonial, tradition, custom, procedure, act, prescribed, set. You get the picture.
Being ritualistic about something you want to change is a good thing. Because it creates consistency. You can think of it like a new habit.
Because it’s what you do most of the time that matters.
An easy way to remember and incorporate these 3 new ideas is to take one at each meal.
Since you most likely already eat three square meals, morning, noon and nite, it will be an easy reminder.
Three square practices. Morning. Noon. Night.
1. Morning. Glance.
A glance in the mirror with a “hello Gorgeous” greeting to self. Come on! You can do this. Pick one thing that you like about your face and compliment that. Is it your gorgeous eyes, your lips, your skin, your hair? Say “Hello Gorgeous” and pretend (just for now) that you mean it.
2. Noon. Grace.
Take one minute to bless the beautiful food that you take into your beautiful body. Appreciate and acknowledge that you are choosing the best for today to nourish and treat yourself well. Say thank you.
3. Night. Gratitude.
Before closing your eyes and drifting off, take a moment to acknowledge and record in a journal the 5 things that you are grateful for from your amazing day. Don’t judge the size of the things. All things are appreciated.
When you get into the habit of doing these 3 simple little things, big amazing things will start to happen.
I invite you to learn more about the practice of extreme self love in my free program, XSL21. For 21 days I will gift you a 90 second video that will ask you to step in and up. Your participation will change the way you think and feel.
Of course, I am interested in hearing how this practice of ritualizing new habits is working for you. Please share in this comment box below.
With Love and Gratitude,