Attitudinal exercise

“Mind is too powerful to be subject to exclusion. You will never be able to exclude yourself from your thoughts.”

– A Course in Miracles, the text – pg. 127

There’s always a reason to be stressed. There’s always something happening to us, or around us that will throw us off balance. That’s just how life works.

The good news is that we need not be at the mercy of “how life works”. We might not get to decide whether or not the wave is coming, but we do get to decide whether it crashes on us, or whether we ride it.

When we decide to commit to building our attitudinal strength, our emotional and mental musculature, that is exactly what we are doing, we are preparing ourselves to ride all the waves that come our way. Or at the very least most of them.

Anytime we choose to sit down, tune in and take a moment to “clean” our mind, to connect to ourselves and a higher power of our own understanding, we are “exercising” that mental musculature. Just as we exercise our physical body to maintain mobility, health, and strength, so too we need to keep exercising our mental body.

When we take the time to commit to our mental clarity when we take the time to “clean” the mind daily, just like we would clean the body daily, we create a more ordered mind, a more balanced mind. Which supports us in being able to show up for our responsibilities without overwhelm, and helps us stay connected to our truth, which is love.

When we can stay connected to love, we can then also become less reactive to things that might happen to us, we gain perspective, and become more reflective and tuned in to what it is we truly want, and what it is we truly need.

We start to flow with the waves rather than become washed up by them. We start to co-create our reality rather than fall victim to it. We become one with all that is, and all that is to come.

This week’s Miracle Mantra & Meditation

A weekly Mantra to support the practice of re-aligning with the truth of who you are. A thought to be repeated throughout the week and the day.


This mantra reminds us that we are always co-creating our reality. That we are always responsible for what’s happening in our individual and collective lives. That when we choose to find the discipline to strengthen our attitudinal muscles, to commit to our emotional and mental wellbeing, we anchor ourselves within the truth of who we are, and we anchor ourselves within love and peace.

Get this week’s FREE GUIDED MEDITATION HERE as a great additional support to your practice.

You can choose to apply this mantra in whatever way you may feel called to. A great way to start is by setting some time away each morning and evening, about 5 minutes, to repeat the mantra, a few times and take some long deep breaths in silence.

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