Thanks to George Anthony and my my daily yoga practice, I am committed to living in the present moment and making every moment count. There are two days of the year that we absolutely cannot do anything about. It is the day before today and the day after today. So I’m grounded in my thoughts to get me centered from the beginning of the day.
As I live in the moment, I focus on the present project. I dedicate all my energy into the final cut to deliver a meaningful story that can benefit a wide audience. As that story comes to a close I say thanks to the universe with gratitude for allowing my soul to experience my own being in the moment and then I move onto a new project. Generally there is no correlation between projects. For example as the adventure to mindfulness has come to a close, I am praying for a new topic and the one that comes to mind is laughter. Already my mind races to this new adventure and I begin to visualize what it will look like. I have no idea how to go about it but it doesn’t phase me. What’s important is that once I have conceived the idea into my subconsciousness it will pretty much will be a done deal.
For the most part, I’m looking at a story that open minds and shift awareness through simple ideas!