Never give up on positivity and what you choose will happen.
I’m excited about the year 2023. It’s going to be a year of jackpots, full of good news and big leaps forward for all my projects. Now, you might wonder how I know this, but it’s not because I have a crystal ball or have heard anything on the news. I believe it because I know that I’m the master of my own brain, and I can design and organize my environment as I choose. By choosing to see 2023 as a year of jackpots, I’m setting my brain in motion to look for positive outcomes and create the energy to bring them about. This is the power of the brain, and it’s available to all of us.
To make the most of this power, we need to focus on 100 percent positivity. When we choose positivity, we change our consciousness, and our world becomes a more positive place. This doesn’t mean we’re lying to ourselves or ignoring our faults and failures. Instead, it means we’re choosing to focus on what’s possible and taking steps to move forward.
One way to embed positivity in our brains is through our bodies. The brain and the body are interconnected, and by feeling the sensations of our bodies, we can become more aware of our brains. This is the first step of my Brain Education training method for self-mastery. By exercising mindfully and feeling our bodies and breath, we become more attuned to our sensations and energy. We discover that we can transform our bodies and our thoughts, and that there are many possibilities available to us.Through feeling our bodies, we discover that the things we thought were set and inevitable are actually transformable. We discover the many possibilities open to us and that if we choose something, it will happen. Click To Tweet
Walking is a simple and effective way to engage our bodies and brains. By walking with intention and focusing on our bodies and the positive energy we want to bring into our lives, we can fill ourselves with 100 percent positivity. I recommend taking at least 5,000 steps a day and spending at least an hour communicating positivity to yourself—your brain, your arms and legs, and every part of being.
As you walk, new energy and fresh oxygen will flow through your body, releasing endorphins and energizing you. You can split it up if you’re busy, but make sure to get your steps in and meet yourself where you are. Try it for 21 days and build up to 100 days to make it a habit. Once you try walking, you can add strengthening exercises such as pull-ups, sit-ups, or push-ups.
Finally, having a clear goal is essential to making the most of our brain’s power. A clear goal has a time period and a definite number, such as being able to do fifty sit-ups in ten days. Making such a concrete goal lets your brain focus on it better. You can clearly evaluate the results and find motivation to accomplish it. Challenge yourself with a goal that you think will be difficult. With such a goal and 100 percent positivity, you can develop trust in the power of your brain.
As you walk your 5,000 steps a day, take some time to think about your goals and what you want to achieve. Focus on the positive outcomes you want to create and take steps to move towards them. With intention and positivity, we can all create the future we want for ourselves.
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