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Life is a journey filled with a multitude of moments, each one distinct in its own way. This morning, as my mind began to wander, I found myself pondering on various times and places, anywhere but the present moment. It was only when I realized I was doing so that I made a conscious effort to bring my attention back to the now. In this blog post, I am going to talk about the wisdom in recognizing the value of embracing the present and how it can lead to self-acceptance and productivity. ✨

The Power of ‘What Is’

The first lesson that can be drawn from this morning is the importance of finding pleasure in being fully content with ‘what is’ rather than constantly hoping for and fretting about ‘what isn’t.’ It’s a simple yet profound concept to grasp. The truth is, if something is part of the present, it is intended to be there.

We must acknowledge that while we may have little control over external events, we always have influence over how we choose to respond to them. Our power resides in our response, and the key to harnessing this power lies in being fully present in the moment.🌸

Expanding Your Identity

Our self-concept, the mental image we hold of ourselves, can often be a source of defensiveness. When that self-concept is threatened, we tend to react defensively.

This morning, I found myself grappling with my self-image as an energetic individual with amazing ideas when I was feeling unproductive. It was a reminder that our identities can be limiting and fragile. However, the key to overcoming this limitation lies in acknowledging that we are not singular beings with fixed characteristics. We are multifaceted individuals.

By embracing our complexity and accepting that we are not always productive, motivated, or filled with brilliant ideas, we make our identity less vulnerable. We are not always perfect, and that’s perfectly okay. This realization empowers us to be more resilient and less affected by external judgments.

Making the Most of Today

Every day we are granted on this planet is a precious gift, and we have no idea how many days we have left. That awareness of the limited time we have should serve as a reminder that wasting this miracle is a crime against ourselves.

So, I told myself this morning that today is important, and I must make the most of it. This doesn’t necessarily mean pushing ourselves to the brink of exhaustion but rather ensuring that we do something meaningful with the day. It’s a call to action that encourages us to cherish the gift of today.

So to conclude, embracing the present moment and accepting ourselves as multifaceted individuals with imperfections is a profound and personal journey. It allows us to be more present, less burdened by external judgments, and better equipped to make the most of the precious gift of each day.

As we continue on this journey of self-discovery and self-acceptance, let us strive to savor the beauty of the present moment, expand our identities, and make the most of each day, as we move forward in our quest for personal growth and fulfillment.

Sending golden vibes and virtual hugs,

Scherise 🤍
(Your Favourite Manifestation & Mindset Mentor)

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