5 Things to Stop Doing Right Now

Happiness

This week’s blog is going to be short and sweet. Sometimes, I think it’s really effective! When I learn something, I feel it so necessary to share with you.

I’ve been taking a lot of time to go inward and reflect and journal lately, even more than usual. I’ve had a lot of ideas and really important lessons spring to mind because of it. Here are the 5 common thought patterns that I’m sure we would all be fine without:

1. Comparing yourself to others, and thinking that you have to be like everyone else
You don’t have to be like everyone else, darling. You’re unique for a reason. Don’t compare, don’t judge, just be.

2. Thinking that you’re always doing something “wrong”
We get into the headspace that we are always doing things wrong, and that we have to fix ourselves. Did you ever stop to think that the things you’re doing “wrong” are part of the path to improving? It all serves a purpose.

3. Believing life and the Universe do not love and fully support you
The Universe will support you as much as you are open and willing to trust and be supported. We all have the ability and capability of feeling and being this way. Open up to it.

4. Thinking that you are not enough right this very minute
Let’s live a life of abundance, shall we? The first step in that is believing that you are deserving and that you are enough, right in this very minute. You are not lacking anything; you are whole and complete.

5. Believing that you cannot have what you desire
We are powerful beings; we can co-create anything we desire. Want to bring something into your life? Get clear, take action towards bringing it in, and allow the Universe to help you manifest. Keep the faith.

I hope this inspires you to cut some of these negative mental habits out of your life starting today! What else can you commit to that will bring you happiness and inner peace? Let me know in the comments!

xoxo Michelle

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