How To Quickly Reconnect With Your Inner Power Source
"How do I reconnect with my inner power?"
"Where is my inner power source hiding?"
"I know I have more inner strength, but it is very elusive lately."
"I feel totally disconnected and out of touch lately. Help!"
Do you ever feel like daily tasks, routines and chores are preventing you from participating in the activities you really want to focus on?
You may have momentary glimpses or aspirations of feeling inspired, but you struggle to gain any momentum in a positive direction toward the goals you really want to achieve.
If you're feeling this way, it's time to reconnect with the power source found inside of you.
The best method to get in touch with who you are or who you want to be is by setting some basic goals to work toward.
Follow these four tips to create successful goals so you can recapture your inner power source.
Consistently Follow Through.
If you say you'll do something, be sure to do it. If yoga is something you've considered or you're simply trying to get back into moving your body again, start now.
What will you commit to? Will you follow through?
Write Down Your Feelings.
Give yourself 15 minutes every evening to journal. If you've been continually troubled by distressing feelings, journaling might help you to sort it all out.
How are you feeling? Start journaling - yes now...
Let's say you're disappointed with your nutritional intake. One way to get back your power is to demonstrate to yourself that you can control what you eat. For example, pledge to eat a fruit before every meal each day for a week.
How will you boost your control & self-discipline?
Reconnect With Previous Activities.
For example, maybe you've gravitated away from reading books because you're caught up with your electronic options each evening.
What did you previously find fun and enjoyable?
Rediscovering your inner power in life is exhilarating.
When you realize that you can accomplish the goals you set for yourself, you'll regain the control over the life that you thought you'd lost.
Remember, it's best to set one goal at a time. Better yet, set smaller goals that lead to one bigger goal. Then, focus on meeting each goal by setting a specific timeline. Decide later if you want to adjust or add additional goals to pursue.
Go for it!