This is the easiest way I know to attract more abundance, serendipity, and contentment in to your life is to find your joy!
Life Can Creep Up On You
It’s easy to get caught up in the mundane, everyday activities that we all have to do. It’s easy to get trapped on a treadmill of monotony without even realising it. And then one day, to wake up and realise that life is a bit boring, and to wonder where the joy and laughter went.
Yes, certain things have to get done. Work, the school run, the shopping and food prep, parent-teacher meetings, that training you have to do for work, the accounts, etc. But very often we do them without thinking. We go through the motions of the everyday, trance-like.
And when we do wake up and wonder where the joy and laughter went, we don’t remember how to bring it back.
I may be painting a grim picture here. Perhaps I have gone to an extreme to prove a point, but you may be on the road to this place, even if you’ve not got that far yet.
What I have found is that when the joy and laughter reduces in our life, even just by a little bit, life becomes harder. We have to work at things more, and the little moments of magical coincidences become fewer and less frequent.
Live, Love And Laugh
I believe that in order to:
- feel more connected (to ourself, to others, to the universe)
- feel more spiritual
- be more intuitive
- create more abundance
- feel healthy and in balance
- really engage with the universe and life
- attract the good things (and the magic) to us,
we need to get back to joy: Remember, it, find it, and invite more joyfulness in.
A friend told me that some years ago she had heard the author Marianne Williamson say that, “healing happens one ‘aha’ moment at a time”. My immediate response was that I had found healing and magic happens one hahaha moment at a time. The more we laugh and are joyful, the more magic and healing we attract in to our lives.
When I’m with magical friends who make me happy and joyful, AMAZING things happen: theatre ticket upgrades, snow on demand (seriously, I was surprised too!), hearing from someone out of the blue, to mention just a few.
So, how about we look for moments of joy, we learn to laugh at ourselves a little, or we actively seek to bring more joy in to our day, week or month, and see what changes happen?
What Makes you Feel More Joyful?
For me, dancing in various forms most definitely brings the joy! I can’t tell you the difference it makes in my life; the joy and laughter, friendships and happiness it has introduced. So I have to ask, what have you always loved to do? Can you re-visit that, or introduce something new?
- Take a book to the park
- go to the cinema
- have a picnic
- paddle in a stream
There’s a lot of joy to be had in the world, even in a single moment. And for some reason, the lines from Blake’s poem Auguries of Innocence keep coming to mind, so I feel the need to share here. Maybe life is all about learning to take a time out of that everyday trance, to see the beauty in another, to take joy from a moment in time, to be truly present to the world…
I have an online profiling tool that can help identify where you might be lacking some joy, and how you can reconnect with it.
(Not enough fun is often when we are being an over-active warrioress!)
I have a special offer available combining the profile (It’s normally £77 on it’s own) and a 45 minute coaching session around it for just £99.
Transformational Women's Coach, Trainer, Speaker & Author
Combining a spiritual outlook, a pragmatic approach, and a sense of humour I want to help you remember who YOU are and reveal YOUR path so you can step on to it empowered, energised, inspired and guided.
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