Sunday, June 5, 2011

Don't Worry, Be Happy!







Friday, I decided to meditate before looking
over my manuscript once last time before sending it out.
I intended to visualize what I wanted in my life. The
interesting thing about meditating is what you need, rather
than what you want, can come to you rather quickly.

At first, I was mentally cataloging what to visualize and
then I remembered what Mike Dooley, author of Manifesting
Change, said when I heard him speak. He believes if
you focus in just being happy, the universe will give you
what you need to be happy.

Rhonda Byrne, author of The Power, claims your life will
change for the better if you are happy and sending out love
51% of the day. I wrote 51% on my bathroom mirror as a
reminder.

Instead of rushing around because I have so much to do,
I have decided to seek out the joy of every moment. Feel
the overwhelming happiness that flows through my body
when I do this and trust that I will accomplish all that needs
to be done. Instead of feeling stressed, I will be grateful
and happy. I suggest you give it a try, too.

As a result of my new attitude, I had a positive writing
session and wonderful evening with family. It was truly
a great day!

I am writing this paragraph on Saturday, although it will
post on Sunday and I am already feel the love. I am
ready foranother fantastic day! I hope you have one too!


Until next time,
happy writing!


Tina LaVon

6 comments:

Tia Dani said...

Hi Tina, Sure sounds like a wonderful plan of action. I know it's working perfectly for you. We're wishing you good luck with your manuscript. You will find the perfect home for this book, it's a great story. Murder, romance, and fun. What's not to like?

catslady said...

Eckert Tolle has a good book out too that more or less says the same thing - The New Earth. My problem is it works for a while and when I'm reading about it but then I tend to go back to my old ways.

Kim Watters said...

Thanks for posting Tina. With everything that needs to be done in my life right now I feel like a hamster on a wheel. But putting things in perspective and enjoying life instead of letting it rush by will be more fulfilling in the end. Hugs. :)

Tina LaVon said...

Thank you for posting, ladies. And thank you for the wonderful comments on my newest work, Tia.

I did notice over the weekend, that every challenge had a positive ending. Even if small.

Catslady, I need to get The New Earth on CD. I hear it is good. I play inspiring books on CD while I am getting dressed when I need to get back to my positive attitude, otherwise life's challenges take hold like you say.

Author Kathryne Kennedy said...

Happy post, Tina. It's always great to read such positive words.

Tina LaVon said...

Thanks, Kathryne.
You're a dear.