Thought of the Day

Good Morning,

Happy Thursday. Remember to start each and every day with gratitude. Have an awesome day.


Today’s Challenge ~ Become aware of the patterns in your life and commit to changing and healing them. What you put your focus on…..grows.

Always do your best…..if you’re honest with yourself, you know your patterns. You cannot change what you don’t acknowledge. You know the things that you do to dodge and weave around your patterns. You know that they are draining your life energy; and you know that the only way out is through. You have used a strategy of avoidance, one where you suck back, reload, and start another day. Now you’re at the tipping point, either the patterns will continue and they will consume you, or you will choose to end the pattern of behaviour that places everyone else, ahead of you. You have been in overdrive for so long, you don’t realize that there is any other speed. While you may have been taught to hold on because it makes you strong, sometimes it all comes down to letting go.

You must let go of the patterns that constantly strive, drive, and push…..and replace them with a hopeful heart and an open mind. You need to give people space to be their brilliant selves, including you. We must rise to the occasion, and bring forth our creativity and in the process let go of the wheel. You cannot make yourself a priority if you are driving everyone else. Self-care requires us to give ourselves moments of serenity, slices of peace, and time to reflect and grasp what must be done. A time to reclaim the rhythm and flow of life and to make yourself a priority. To not power through everything as your only strategy. Loving kindness towards ourselves is the ultimate path to healing. Take care of you today and heal what must be healed. Let the light in, for you and for those you share your journey with. Namaste

Louise Hay said “Awareness is the first step in healing or changing. When we have some pattern buried deeply within us, we must become aware of it in order to heal the condition. Perhaps we begin to mention the condition, to complain about it or see it in other people. It rises to the surface of our attention in some way, and we begin to relate to it. When we are ready, we often attract a teacher, a friend, a mentor, a coach, or a book to ourselves that begins to awaken new ways to approach the dissolving of the problem.”

By Lisa Scott ~ Executive Life Coach