💬 There's so much more waiting for you...
(Monday, January 20th). Today's power moves: Know that some of your best days haven't happened yet, turn the volume up on your meditations and make patience your superpower. Let's go.
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Some of your life's best days haven't happened yet. No matter how boring or routine you think your life has become, know this: You have not felt it all. You have not seen it all. You have not experienced it all. There are more places for you to see and more people for you to meet.
- feeling proud of this music x guided meditation.
It’s a power move
"Never be sorry for wanting what you deserve in life. No more walking around with question marks in your eyes. Turn them into exclamation marks by living your life with a "sorry, not sorry" mindset." (@case.kenny)
Turn the volume up in your life
When it comes to meditation, common practice and most guided meditations advocate for sitting in a quiet place with no distractions so that you can truly listen to yourself and get the most out your time meditating.
BUT I've found that the most effective meditations I've done were when I was listening to music at the same time.
SO, I teamed up with DJ/producer Alex Cruz and together we created unique a guided meditation podcast episode set to some amazing music. I am seriously so proud of this and I'd love for you to listen and let it guide you to a place of peace. (Apple Podcasts | Spotify)
Patience is your superpower.
I think I'm the world's most impatient dude, but I've come to learn that patience is EVERYTHING. Patience is the antidote to frustration, anxiety and feeling that you're falling behind in life.
To live your best life and do your best work, we all must learn to master ourselves and patience is the ultimate sign of that mastery.
Whatever life decides to throw your way, you always have two options. You can battle fate and add layers of anxiety to a problem, or you can patiently pick apart the obstacle and use it as kindling to restart the fire of your life. Which do you choose?
🎧 LISTEN: Forgiveness is baller
From the New Mindset, Who Dis podcast…. I think your ability to forgive others is your greatest superpower. It has the power to set you free - no blame, resentment or negative feelings towards anyone. Here's how to make it happen. Apple Podcasts | Spotify
Today’s soul food.
Some of your life’s best days haven’t happened yet.
No matter how old you are, no matter what you’ve done or haven't done in your life, no matter the places you’ve seen, the experiences you’ve had, the heartbreak you’ve experienced… there is an entire future ahead of you. And it’s filled with amazing new experiences and people.
Life really changes for the better when you affirm that:
- You have not felt it all. You have not seen it all. You have not experienced it all.
- There are more places for you to see and more people for you to meet.
- There are nights out you haven’t had yet that will be filled with the best and loudest laughs.
- There are trips you haven’t taken yet to places you've never been where you'll find people you've never met, food you've never eaten and views you’ve never seen.
- There are feelings you haven’t felt before, questions you haven’t answered and music you haven’t heard.
That should excite you!
You control what you’re looking for in life.
Are you looking for new possibilities, new experiences, new people, new places and new feelings?
Open yourself to this possibility! Open yourself to the fact that you can tell the universe what you want to see.
Say, "I am open to new things. I am open to more. I am open to the magic that life has available to me."
"Show me what I’m looking for."
"I’m looking for more. I’m looking for kindness, compassion, excitement, people and places.
There’s more in store for me and I’m excited for it!
Show me what I’m looking for because I know life has more in store for me."
Life is preparing to show you so many new things.
Life is pulling you in new and exciting directions and in those places and along that journey you will realize that all those things you cling to because you think they cling to you - they will come to be replaced by new affirmations and realizations.
Life has more in store for you because there is more to life than what you’ve already seen and experienced. There is more to life than what has come and what you’re living right now.
There is more in store for you than what you worry about on a daily basis.
Life has so much more in store for you and it will be anything but mundane.
Let this realization excite you. Let it fill your cup.
Say... "show me what I’m looking for!"
"Show me what I’m looking for! I am looking for new perspectives, new realizations, new places, new experiences and new people.
I am so excited for what’s to come."
Be grateful for your past, appreciate the present but be excited for the time that's in front of you.
It holds great things for you - things you haven’t seen, felt or heard before and those things will continue to mold you into the person you're capable of becoming.
Know that there’s more than you can imagine waiting for you. It’s out there for you.
And you’re going to find it.
News that makes me smile
1. This man survived an unthinkable accident and his attitude is EVERYTHING. I watched the documentary "Charged" last night and it is absolutely mazing. Watch this 14 minute TEDx Talk. (via TEDx Youtube)
2. This Michigan man returned $43K he found hidden in a couch bought at Habitat for Humanity. Faith in humanity renewed with this peace of uplifting news. (via OregonLive)
3. "We love you Alex" Jeopardy contestant is amazing. This is a bit old but it still puts a smile on my face. During Final Jeopardy, this contestant wrote "we love you Alex" to show his support for Alex Trebeck's fight with Cancer. (via Youtube)
My name is Case. I believe in the power of perspective.
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