Bringing Yourself into the Present



Be in a place of observing and allowing. If you allow yourself to come from a place of emotions or reaction, you are not staying in the present where you can make better decisions since things can only be created in the present.

When you find yourself starting to react or not being in the present, close your eyes and inhale to the count of four. Then hold your breath to the count of four before releasing the breath to the count of four and then wait to the count of four. Repeat this process three times and it will bring you back into the present. Things may look or feel differently when you open your eyes.

Practice this often when needed so it is easier to stay in the present when you really need it.

Wishing you love in all that you do,  Mary



Know You Did the Best You Could Do at the Time



Would have, could have, and should have all deal with the past. Is that where you want to live? Has would have, could have or should have come up recently? If so, how did you handle it?

You are a different person now and did not have the information then that you have now. If you do not know what to do when it runs through your mind, an easy way to deal with it is to say, “That was then, this is now, and I am okay.”

Release the past as it comes up to be released. Get out of the third dimensional loop. Choose positive thoughts instead; they will do more for you than would have, could have or should have.

Wishing you love in all that you do,