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Serve with Joy 😍

One of the most valuable ways to focus on the beauty of service is to ask ourselves the question,

“Why do I serve?”

This immediately begins to filter out the motivations we have to serve others into selfless or selfish reasons.

If I serve because I am looking for something in return, whether that is appreciation, praise, return favors, or anything of the such, then it is going to be very difficult for me to do so wholeheartedly and with authentic joy.

Yet when I am able to open myself up to serve in ways that are more selfless–because it is necessary and good, or allows me to put my talents and gifts to good use, or because we want to share love and compassion and kindness with those whom we care about and know are deserving of our service.

When we allow ourselves to serve selflessly, we begin to do so with passion and purpose–not because we feel obligated to, but because we truly want to. 

Divine Service

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Wishing More in your Life?

Gratitude Affirmations will help you to manifest joy, peace and abundance in our every day lives

1. I feel an abundance of gratitude for everything I have and everything I have yet to receive.

2. Each morning upon awakening, I am grateful for another day.

3. Every day I appreciate my life more than ever.

4. I am grateful for all the abundance the Universe has to offer.

5. I feel joy and gratitude to be alive and full of life today and every day.

6. The more grateful I am, the more reasons I find to be grateful.

7. My needs and desires are generously met. For this I am thankful.

8. I am grateful for all of the love, joy and abundance that Life brings to me every day.

9. I am grateful for every person and every relationship in my life.

10. The universe pours joy into my life every day. It has my cup overflowing with wealth, health, and love.

11. I am forever grateful for the miraculous life energy in my body.

12. I am grateful for each experience life brings me.

13. I am grateful for the blessing of every lesson and the opportunities for growth.

14. I clearly see the beauty of life that flourishes around me.

15. I am grateful for this very moment in which I find all answers and all truth.

16. I am grateful for the Love and Light within my soul.

17. I am grateful for my intuition and the power to change my life.

18. Every day I thank the universe for showing me the way to my dreams.

19. I am grateful for my passions which lead me towards my purpose.

20. Every step forward in my life deepens my gratitude for all things.

21. Feeling gratitude brings me peace and joy.

22. I am grateful for the ability to turn inward and find peace.

23. I am grateful for the expanding journey that unfolds before me.

24. I accept all gifts graciously and with deep gratitude.

25. I am grateful for the love I am receiving at this moment.

26. My soul continuously rejoices and unites with my experience as I engage in gratitude.

27. Gratitude opens the door for my essence to flow through my life, and spirit blessings to pour into all that I choose to create.

28. Gratefulness is how I return energy to the universe for the bounty I am blessed with.

29. The more grateful I am, the more connected I am to the source and power of creation.

30. I now immerse in gratitude and surrender to life.

May every breath we take be an act of gratitude.

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Gratitude Affirmation to Manifest Joy, Peace and Abundance in every area of your life with ease and grace and comfort. Amen 🌺

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What are some of your Fears?

False Evidence Appearing Real

It is but that you must be free from fear.

The moment you try to free yourself from fear, you create a resistance from fear.

Resistance, in any form does not end fear.

What is needed, rather than running away or controlling or suppressing or any other resistance, is understanding fear, understand its learning, that means, watch it, learn about it, come directly in contact with it.

We are to learn about fear, not how to escape from it, not how to resist it through courage and false hope.

Whats the Brilliance behind your Fear? What it is trying to convey to you?

Ask

Laila Ahmed ~ 9820250409

Divine Learning

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Intuition ~ God’s Best Gift to Humanity.

We often hear this sentence when two are in argument or discussion “I am correct you were wrong.” This correct and wrong are obviously referred to the final statement of the subject matter of discussion. It would be erroneous if we presume that the two words “Correct” and “Wrong” are indicating Viparyaya (Opposite) in this context. If we analyse with a mature sense keeping the discussion in view, we can know that those words are pointing out the Bhinna (Different). Now this seems to be confusing, how can a decisive statement in an argument which is supposed to be one be “different”???

It is Anubhuti (Perception) that makes it different. Every individual has his own perception that may not be in Samanvaya (Similarity) with others. Amazingly it is this Anubhuti which bring in Anubhava (Experience) to us. As we gain more experience we should be able to analyse every discussion or argument from the Bhinna (Different) point of view instead of Viparyaya (Opposite). This is the quality of Samibhuta (Equipoise). This equipoise state of mind provides us the ability to think from different Pramana (Dimension). When we start thinking from different dimensions we develop Karunya Bhava (Empathy).

Being empathic as we all know is an ability to understand or relate to another person as if we were in their shoes. This can happen either mentally or emotionally. When we take this empathic ability up a notch we can feel the emotional states of another person or experience what they are feeling first hand as if they were our own emotions. In other words, we can have Pratibha Medhas (Intuitive Knowledge).

Intuitive Knowledge is independent of our sensory experience and hence cannot be proven through senses. Expression of Love is one of them, you know how much you love someone but cannot divulge it in words. The origin of this intuitive knowledge is the point of origin of our Svarupa (Nature) with which the entire cosmos was created. It is the ideal state we seek to attain in the successful embodiment and integration of all of our senses within our rational and non-rational self. It is the final destination we seek to return to.

Learn to tap into your Intuitive Powers with Ease, Grace and Comfort.

Intuitive Trainer

Laila Ahmed

9820250409

www.insightsandgrowth.com

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Divine Grace Wisdom 🙏

I always have the habit of beginning my day with Meditation ~ Union with God or Source and I end my practice with a question…

What would you like to convey to me today? Grace me with your Wisdom 🙏

Today’s Wisdom from Grace is Life is indeed beautiful and awesome but with our limited understanding we complicate such a Joyful Life.

Living is simple, making a fortune is simple, loving someone unconditionally is simple and even spirituality is simple.

We can all connect to Source with Ease and Grace but our limited beliefs and programming from others makes it so complicated……

We believe God is up there in heaven and we are here to work upon our Karma…..how is it even possible that God who is Compassionate and Mercyful have send us to earth for Working on our Karma?

We are God’s Extension, we are here to enjoy his Creation, have great life, maintain loving relations with each other.

Wake Up to your Souls Desire for connection with Source.

Just wake up and start to talk with God and listen to him.

He wants to convey wisdom to every individuals.

Today sit in meditation and write down what would God wish to Convey today?

Divine Wisdom

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I am unapologetic 😘

“I’m unapologetic about what I desire and trust that what I focus on will grow.”

“I’m unapologetic about what I desire….

First off, we as humans tend to feel guilty about what we desire. We are taught to be content, and as great of a lesson it is to know how to be content (it is the goal), it doesn’t mean we can’t continue to desire more and more.

That’s just how it goes. We can’t turn off our need for desire. So let’s stop feeling guilty about it, already.

We tend to throw in a measurement of worthiness in there with that guilt, really making ourselves believe, that we shouldn’t want it or we don’t deserve it.

Watch your thoughts. Common self-limited beliefs are attached to these two things, desire + worthiness.

But the real truth, desire away, like it’s your job, you deserve it!

Trust that what you focus on WILL grow.

Divine Trust

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Fear over Love

Choosing Love over Fear means:

1. You choose to stop beating yourself up, accept that you too are human, and show yourself compassion.

2. You choose to accept your struggles as opportunities for growth and change.

3. You choose to see all people through a lens of compassion and yes, even the ones who treat you poorly (they’re going through their own stuff … nothing to do with you!).

4. You choose to forgive yourself and others, so you can let the past go, cut the chords, and finally be able to do what you need to do in the present to thrive.

5. You choose to start appreciating your body (instead of bashing it), and that very respect allows you to do what’s right for you and your body daily.

6. You choose to not let others determine your worth.

7. You choose to savor your moments and be grateful for all that you have (even if you want more). Note: it is this very mindset that will get you more.

8. You choose to let the beliefs, thoughts, and ideas that are no longer serving you go.

9. You choose to set loving boundaries, so you can feel important too (and not like a doormat).

10. You choose to honor the present moment, by showing up the best you can for where you are in that moment.

11. You choose to speak your truth and ask for what you need, so you can live freely, fully, and honestly.

12. You choose to see your Possibilities.

13. You choose to remember that feelings are just feelings and that they too will pass.

14. You choose to show your loved ones love.

15. You choose to not let what you labeled yourself as prevent you from becoming who you want to grow into.

Ask and Answered

When it comes to persistence, few things compare to a child nagging and negotiating to try and get what he wants. And few people know that better than a parent who has given that child an answer they don’t want to hear.

From the famed “Are we there yet?” to this morning’s “Can I have ice cream for breakfast?” to this afternoon’s “Can I have ice cream for dinner?” kids are notorious for their one-track minds, and they will ask…and ask…and ask…just in case you’ve changed your mind in the last minute.

Child nagging is a learned behavior that children of any age can pick up. They might continue to use it because once, in a moment of weakness, you caved and let them stay up an extra half hour after they asked for the eighth time.

But like any learned behavior, child nagging can be unlearned. The solution comes from Lynn Lott, co-author of the Positive Discipline series of books, and it works on kids as young as two or three, all the way through their teens.

It only takes three simple words: “Asked and Answered.”

The concept is simple. When seven-year-old Daniel begs to dig a giant hole in the front yard and gets “no” for an answer, chances are he’ll be back in five minutes asking again – this time with a “pleeeeeeaase” just so you know he really, really wants to dig the hole.

Instead of repeating yourself or jumping in to a lecture, avoid child nagging by getting eye to eye and follow the process below:

Step One: Ask, “Have you ever heard of ‘Asked and Answered’?” (He’ll probably say no.)

Step Two: Ask, “Did you ask me a question about digging a hole?” (He’ll say yes.)

Step Three: Ask, “Did I answer it?” (He’ll probably say, “Yes, but, I really ….”)

Step Four: Ask, “Do I look like the kind of mom/dad/teacher who will change her/his mind if you ask me the same thing over and over?” (Chances are Daniel will walk away, maybe with a frustrated grunt, and engage in something else.)

Step Five: If Daniel asks again, simply say, “Asked and Answered.” (No other words are necessary!) Once this technique has been established, these are the only words you should need to say to address nagging questions.

Consistency is key! Once you decide to use “Asked and Answered” with your nagging child, be sure to stick to it. If 14-year-old Emma is particularly determined to keep asking to get her eyebrow pierced, stay strong.

Answering her question again – or worse yet, changing your answer – will reinforce to her that her nagging works. Although it’ll take some patience, your child will eventually connect the dots and you’ll see results!

Make “Asked and Answered” a joint effort with your spouse, and consider including any family or friends who may have to deal with child nagging and negotiating from your child. When Daniel and Emma realize that they won’t get a “yes,” even after they’ve asked twelve times, they’ll get the hint and retire this tactic.

Speech and Language Pathologist, Stacy Pulley reports this technique works well for children with communication challenges, particularly those with Autism. She suggests bringing a notebook or a chalk/dry erase board into the mix and writing down a question once they’ve asked it more than once, keeping in mind their reading level. Or, draw a picture.

Then, when your child asks again, point to the board or notebook to remind them that they’ve asked, and you’ve answered. Be sure to use as few words as possible and stay consistent in your language to help them understand the connection as they learn to listen to and respect your answers.

Adding this tool to your parenting toolbox is a positive step toward ending the child nagging and negotiating that can wear on even the most resolute of parents.

Then, be sure to follow through and stay consistent – and before you know it, 20 questions will be a fun game once again, and no longer a negotiation tactic!

Divine Oneness

Today in my library I happened to open a book by James Twyman ~ The Proof.

It can’t be a coincidence, the page opened up was on Oneness. Same topic of the session Universe has your back.

Author says,

The embrace of Oneness moves you beyond Acceptance into a full and embodied experience of your emotions, sensations and interactions in each moment.

In the embrace of Oneness, you greet all things with open arms, ready and willing to be present with what is.

When your mind is open, receptive and non judgemental ~ no rejection, no preferences…you will start transforming.

Your Transformation involves going from resistance and regidness to deep Openness and Expansion, allowing the flow of life to move through you.

This is the freedom that the embrace of Oneness offers you.

It’s a state of being, a place of presence and the wholeness of life in each moment.

Affirm ~ I AM Lovingly embracing every experience of my Life, which flows in dynamic surrender and in perfect beauty.

Divine Oneness

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Persistence

Today Try something you have previously given up.

Persistence is the key to success in everything we do in life. Far too many people waste precious time and energy trying to avoid difficult things in their lives, or even worse, give up at the first signs of any complication.

Little do they realize, however, that even the most complex of tasks become much simpler and much easier when we persist in trying them.

Nothing in the world can take the place of persistence.

Talent will not; nothing is more common than unsuccessful people with talent.

Genius will not; unrewarded genius is almost a proverb.

Education will not; the world is filled with educated derelicts.

Perseverance and determination alone are omnipotent.