Abundance Sadhana Day 31

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Yoga: lululemon | yoga practice with ambassador Amber J from lululemon

Journaling prompt: Do you find yourself saving items (crystal wine glasses, bath bombs, etc.) for “special occasions,” or are you able to enjoy everything you have without restriction? Write about your thoughts around “saving” items rather than using them with gratitude.

Meditation: Monday Meditation – Confidence, Happiness, Love and Acceptance from Juliet Lever

Gratitude: List four items you used with pleasure today, and why you’re grateful for them

Learning: Tony Robbins on Money: Master the Game from Marie Forleo

Have you ever “saved” something for occasional use only?

Abundance Sadhana Day 30

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Yoga: Hip Opening from Grokker

Journaling prompt: Are there things that you find difficult to give to others (e.g., time, money, food)? What thoughts do you have that make giving difficult? Conversely, if you find it easy to give, write down why.

Meditation: Receiving Abundance Weekend Meditation from davidji

Gratitude: List five ways in which someone helped you today, and write the name of the person you’re grateful to

Learning: Watch What You Say from Barbara Stanny

How did someone help you today?

Abundance Sadhana Day 28

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“epidemically often, we go for the external win at the cost of our internal wellness.” Danielle LaPorte

I have a confession to make: I haven’t practiced yoga or meditated for about a week now. I got a virus that totally knocked me for a loop and made moving from my bed to the couch a workout. You know it’s bad when you put your hair in a ponytail and your arms are shaking by the end of it. I felt so miserable that even meditation seemed like work.

I am not here to complain, though. I am here to get back to daily meditation and yoga. My yoga practice will be very easy, and different from the one I’ve included here. And I think that’s important, because honouring my body and immune system and treating it with love and kindness is important for a full and (hopefully) quick recovery. I’ve learned the hard way that medicating and pushing through usually ends up leading lingering malaise.

I’m so grateful to finally be feeling better and to be able to start moving my body again.

Activities

Yoga: Day 27 – Flexible, Fearless and FUN YOGA – 30 Days of Yoga from Yoga with Adriene

Journaling prompt: Think of three peak moments in your life. Write about each moment, including where you were; how you felt; what you saw, smelled, heard, tasted, felt; who you were with; etc. Look at your three moments and identify what they had in common. How can you seek out more of that?

Meditation: F*ck That: An Honest Meditation from Jason Headley (Warning: contains profanity and requires a sense of humour)

Gratitude: List three memories you have of fun and laughter and why you’re grateful for them today

Learning: Funny Famous Women Talk About Money from Lucky Bitch

What memory always makes you smile? For me, it’s running in Kapi’olani Park in Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii.

Abundance Sadhana Day 27

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Yoga: Yoga Workout for Happiness from Mandy Ingber

Journaling prompt: Looking ahead five years and assuming that there you are completely unlimited, list three things you dream of having, of being, and of doing. If you lived these dreams, how do you think you would feel? How can you create these feelings for yourself RIGHT NOW?

Meditation: Mini Meditation Happiness from SoundCloud

Gratitude: List five things from today that you are grateful for and why

Learning: How to Buy Happiness from Tony Robbins

What are you grateful for today?

 

 

Abundance Sadhana Day 26

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Yoga: Love Yoga Flow from Yoga with Adriene

Journaling prompt: Think of yourself as a child, as a teenager, as a young woman. Keeping her in mind, write a love letter to yourself.

Meditation: Self Love Meditation from Amanda Marit

Gratitude: List 6 guilty pleasures that you truly enjoy

Learning: There Are No Prerequisites for Worthiness from Brené Brown and Oprah

http://www.oprah.com/video_embed.html?article_id=45920

What’s one guilty pleasure that you really enjoy?

Abundance Sadhana Day 25

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Yoga: Yoga for Complete Beginners from Yoga with Adriene (I was seeking simple yoga)

Journaling prompt: In many ways, simplicity and abundance seem to be opposites. Write about how they are alike or related.

Meditation: Meditation for Simplicity from Happy Healthy Human

Gratitude: List five simple pleasures that you are grateful to enjoy, and why

Learning: Living on Less to Find Abundance: 4 Tips to Simplify Your Life from Elephant Journal

What’s your favourite simple pleasure?

Abundance Sadhana Day 24

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“All we can control is our own corner of the universe. Ourselves. The goal is to create peace in our little corner.” Rebecca Pacheco

I am fighting a virus today. There’s not much I can do beyond staying hydrated and getting lots of rest. I itch to get back to work and get outside (the weather is beautiful right now), but my bed and couch have been as far as I’ve gotten for a couple of days now. There is no use arguing against the fact that I’m sick or trying to push through, as that will inevitably lead to my illness lingering. And so, I accept.

Activities

Meditation: Meditation for Cultivating Goodness from Happy Healthy Human

Learning: Kelly McGonigal: How to Make Stress Your Friend from TED

Journaling prompt: Spend five to ten minutes free-writing about abundance

Gratitude: Write down five things about the world and humanity that you are grateful for

Yoga: Bikini Yoga Flow from Tone it Up (Note: Ignore the title of this video and soak in the beautiful beach location)

What’s one thing that amazes you about the world? One simple thing is the colour of the Caribbean Sea.