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My Daily Mindset Practice: The Habit That Changed My Life

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Hi, beautiful! Are you ready to kickstart your journey towards a positive mindset? Well, I have a little secret that I want to share with you today. It’s a habit that has completely transformed my life and helped me thrive, and I’m pretty sure it can do the same for you too.

But before I spill the tea, let’s talk about mindset. I know, I know, it sounds a bit woo-woo and like something only yoga teachers and corny self-help books talk about, but hear me out:  Your mindset is like the GPS of your life. It determines the direction you take, the decisions you make, and the outcomes you achieve. 

And trust me, I’ve been down the wrong path before, so I know the power of a negative mindset. But once I discovered the power of a positive one, I never looked back.

So, what’s the habit that changed my life, you ask? It’s my daily mindset practice. And it’s honestly been a game-changer. With a little bit of consistency and a lot of self-love, my daily mindset practice has helped me overcome anxiety, boost my confidence, and achieve goals I never thought were possible.

But I didn’t do it alone. I had a little helper, and her name is the manifestation journal. Yep, it’s as magical as it sounds. And in this blog post, I’m going to share with you how my daily mindset practice and this little gem of a journal work together to create a life I love. 

So grab a cup of tea, and let’s dive in!

my daily mindset practice

The Power of Your Mindset

Think of your mind as a garden, and your thoughts as seeds. The thoughts you plant in your mind can either bloom into beautiful flowers or turn into pesky weeds. And as someone who has had her fair share of mental weeds, a positive mindset is worth its weight in gold.

When you have a positive mindset, you see the world through a different lens. You’re more optimistic, resilient, and open to possibilities. You’re also more likely to take risks, pursue your passions, and attract positive experiences and people into your life. It’s like wearing rose-colored glasses, but instead of being delusional, you’re simply seeing the beauty in everything.

On the flip side, a negative mindset can be a real buzzkill. It can make you feel anxious, depressed, and stuck in a rut. It can also create self-doubt, and fear, and can limit your potential. It’s like a black hole that sucks in all the good things in your life. And trust me, nobody wants to be stuck in a black hole.

So, my friend, the choice is yours. Do you want to water the flowers or the weeds in your mind? Do you want to wear the rose-colored glasses or the doom-and-gloom goggles? I know which one I choose, and I hope you do too. 

Because a positive mindset is not just a fluffy concept, it’s a life-changing one.

My Daily Mindset Practice

Alright, now let’s get down to the nitty-gritty: my daily mindset practice.  Here it is:

Morning

First, I like to sit at my little meditation altar and light a couple of candles.  It helps me turn off the outside world and get ready to tune into my inside world.  I like to use the act of lighting a candle to separate me from the business of daily life and set the intention of creating space for my mindfulness practice.

Next, I like to start my day with a little bit of meditation. And by a little bit, I mean anywhere from 5 to 15 minutes, depending on how much time I have before the small noisy humans wake up. I’m not saying I’m a meditation guru or anything, but I do find that it helps me clear my mind, reduce stress, and set the tone for the day.

Sometimes I listen to a guided meditation from my Fabulous or Insight Timer apps, but most days I just set a timer using the Insight Timer app for however long I have and just sit in silence, focusing on my breath.

Then I open my manifestation journal and write my 5  gratitudes for the day.  I fill out the rest of my journal for the morning, including the affirmations for whatever it is I’m currently working on manifesting.

morning ritual in my daily mindset practice

After I fill in the “Currently Manifesting” section, I like to spend a couple of minutes visualizing what I want to happen in my mind.  I picture myself achieving my goals, trying my best to really feel the emotions that I would feel after achieving what I want to manifest.   It might sound cheesy, but it’s a powerful tool for manifesting your dreams into reality.

Then I like to draw an oracle or tarot card for the day.  I usually shuffle the cards and I ask in my mind something like, “What energy will help me manifest my goals today?” or “What do I need to focus on today for my highest good?”  I write down the card I pulled in my manifestation journal and I think a bit about how I can embody that energy throughout my day.

I rotate the oracle/tarot deck for my daily draws at each New Moon, depending on how I feel or what my next manifestation goals will be for that next moon cycle.

Finally, I finish my morning ritual, something I’ve started doing is reading from an inspiring book.  This year I’m following the daily reading from Simple Abundance.  If you haven’t read this book yet, do yourself a favor and grab a copy!  You read a page each day for the entire year, and it takes you on a beautiful journey of self-discovery and learning to enjoy the beauty in every day.  I read it a few years ago but decided that this year I could use a refresher, and I’m enjoying having it back in my daily routine.

This entire routine takes anywhere from 15-30 minutes, depending on how long I meditate.  On mornings when I have less time, I’ll just meditate for 3-5 minutes, making this a quick but powerful 15-minute morning ritual.

Afternoon

In the afternoon, I take a couple of minutes after my lunch to come back to my journal and write my affirmations again another 6 times, focusing on how I will feel when my manifestations come true.

Evening

In the evening, I use my journal to do a bit of reflection on my day.  I bring my journal to bed with me, write down something that made me happy that day, and what I’m looking forward to tomorrow (even if that’s just having a great cup of coffee when I wake up).

I finish my reflection by using my journal to set an intention to the Universe before I go to sleep.  This is usually just something simple like asking the Universe to give me ideas for something I’m working on, or just to help me release any limiting beliefs I have about my current manifestation goal while I sleep.

My daily mindset practice has helped me feel more confident and happy,  and achieve goals I never thought were possible. And it doesn’t have to be a huge time commitment. Even if you can only spare 5 minutes a day, that’s still better than nothing.

So, if you’re ready to give it a try, grab a cozy spot, light a candle, and let’s do this thing. Trust me, your mind (and your life) will thank you.

The Manifestation Journal

Alright, let’s dive a little deeper into my baby, the manifestation journal. This little book has been a game-changer for me, and I think it could be for you too.

First off, let’s talk about the basics. A manifestation journal is simply a notebook or journal where you write down your goals, intentions, gratitude, and progress toward them. It’s a place where you can document your dreams and watch them come to life.

I like a structured, guided journal over a blank notebook, and I spent a long time trying to find one that fit exactly what I wanted.  

I could never find one that felt just right

So, I made one.  

I call it the Daily Self-Care Manifestation Journal.

And now I can offer it to you, if you find that it aligns with what you’re looking for, too!

First off, let’s talk about what’s inside. As I mentioned, the journal has space for daily gratitudes, a daily tarot or oracle card pull, nightly reflections, and setting intentions to the Universe before you go to sleep.

It also follows the 369 manifestation method, which is a powerful and effective technique for manifesting your desires (that’s why I write my affirmations 6 times in the afternoon).

The 369 manifestation method essentially involves writing down your intention three times in the morning, six times in the afternoon, and nine times before bed. It might sound a bit repetitive, but trust me, it’s a game-changer. By focusing your attention and energy on your intention throughout the day, you’re sending a clear message to the universe that you’re ready to receive what you desire.

But what makes this journal so unique and valuable are the other features it has. The daily gratitudes section is a reminder to focus on the good in your life, no matter how small. The tarot or oracle card pull is a fun and insightful way to tap into your intuition and receive guidance from the universe. The nightly reflections and intention setting are a way to review your day, celebrate your wins, and set the stage for a positive and productive tomorrow.

All of these features are designed to work together to create a powerful and effective daily mindset practice. By using this journal consistently, you’ll be able to stay focused on your goals, maintain a positive and grateful attitude, and attract abundance into your life.

So, if you’re ready to take your mindset practice to the next level, you can get your own Daily Self-Care Manifestation Journal either as a printable PDF or as a physical book (like mine).  

So that’s my daily mindset practice!  By taking a few minutes each day to focus on your intentions, express gratitude, and reflect on your day, you’ll be amazed at how quickly you start to see results.

If you’re ready to take the first step towards a more positive and abundant life, give the Daily Self-Care Manifestation Journal a try.  And remember, the power to create the life you desire is already within you – you just need to tap into it.

Thank you for reading! I wish you all the abundance and joy you deserve.

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