The First Step Requires the Most Effort

Have you been struggling with that first step, putting off getting into shape, or starting a new fitness program?  How about a new way of eating or taking better care of your physical expression during your time here on this planet?  How many times have you started a new “diet” or exercise program only to succumb to the habit of late night snacks or big eye lunch orders?  How many times have you purchased a piece of exercise equipment only to use it as a way to save “clean” clothes from unnecessary washing? How many gym memberships have you purchased only to lose interest after a few months for one reason or another? Believe me when I say I’ve done all that and more.

It’s nearly impossible to “jump” from one level of vibration to another at the whim of a highly charged momentary desire for change. Especially if that charge is in a desperate place. After all, your current situation is a manifestation of all that you are and all you have been up to this moment. Imagine having the ability to manifest all you want and at the same time “un-manifest” all you have…that’s right….un-manifest!

How about trying a new way to make lasting change in your life;  One small step at a time?Fitness: Starting can be as easy as doing one pushup a day for the next 7 days.  Do them that same time every day (habit making); for example, every morning before you get ready for your day. Do one pushup. Once you are motivated to do an extra one, start doing two (but never do less than your last highest number), then three, and four, etc.  Before you know it, you’ll be pumping out pushups until they get boring.

Diet: Can be as easy as starting with a small change in quantity as well as a small change in quality. Portion control of one meal (usually your late meal) can make a big difference in how you feel in the morning.  WHAT you eat is more important than HOW MUCH you eat. Small changes start habits. (2% rule) Eating well is as much a habit as eating poorly. Good habits are as easily made as bad habits, except when conflicting with the bad habits.  When we attempt to replace those bad habits with good ones, it seems more difficult because we are so much more connected to the process. How, then, can we use this information to help us make better choices in our lives? One small step at a time… Go Ahead…Try It On!





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