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Curate a Conscious Life

In the hustle and bustle of modern western culture, finding moments of mindfulness has become a crucial aspect of maintaining mental, emotional, and physical well-being. In this guide, we'll explore a variety of practices and habits that can help you curate a mindful and intentional lifestyle.

Let's curate.

1. Slow Down and Savor the Moments: Start by slowing down your pace. Literally. Walk slowly to your car, into the gym, and into work. Take baths and light candles regularly. Create a calm atmosphere in your home that engages your senses. Consider turning on the fireplace on your TV and playing your favorite songs every day. Walk outside in the cool brisk air right when you wake up for a few moments. Look at the sun rising up. Engage your senses with soothing scents using essential oils before bedtime, and explore the calming power of mantras, using Mala beads to embed holiness into your mind and thoughts. If you're wondering, "Yahweh" is my personal favorite mantra—the name above all names.

2. Nourish Your Body: Prioritize your physical well-being by making fresh juices, adding Epsom salt to your baths, and being mindful of your diet. Cut down on sugar and dairy, focus on proteins, and practice intermittent fasting. Remember, a healthy body is the foundation for a calm mind and access to our spirit.

3. Simplify Your Life: Embrace the mantra of "less is more." Declutter your living space, invest in cozy bedding, and surround yourself with comforting textures. Purchase soft clothes to sleep in and invest in a favorite blanket. The simplicity of your surroundings can have a profound impact on your mental state. Take care of plant. Get a pet. Love them both.

4. Connect with Others: Be present in your interactions with people. Listen actively, and consider being the one in the room who speaks the least. Genuine connections are more valuable than constant chatter. Text those you care about just to say I love you, and spend quality time together.

5. Self-Care Rituals: Establish a comprehensive self-care routine: brush, floss, dry brush, use face masks, scalp scrubs, and practice oil pulling. Treat yourself with small pleasures; for instance, eating chocolate chips before bedtime brings me joy. Consider setting up a crockpot with your favorite dinner for a cozy welcome home aroma.

6. Mindful Living: Keep up with your health by attending regular doctor's and spiritual appointments. Whether conventional or naturopathic, prioritize your well-being. Avoid unnecessary debt, as it hinders the flow of positive energy. Less is more; practice awareness of over-consumption and prioritize experiences over objects and form.

7. Spiritual Practices: Script your life in the third person, creating stories that align with your desires. Write out your script and practice feeling as if you have everything you could ever want. The imagination is key; think the thoughts and feel the feelings, as this creates the manifestation. Be patient; it's all on its way. Incorporate meditation into your daily routine, starting with two minutes and gradually increasing the duration. Exercise regularly to honor your body as a temple, helping you clear unwanted energy.

8. Respect and Honor: Be very mindful of the words you use; avoid derogatory self-incriminating language. Reframe your self-talk to reflect authenticity and high frequency. Your subconscious does not know the difference between truth and lies and takes all your thoughts, believing them and finding evidence to prove it. Instead, practice positive, powerful self-talk that propels you into your true identity.

9. Release Judgment: Let go of judgment, both of yourself and others. Judgment impedes the path to peace and fans the flame of the ego. Simply observe the judgment when it arises and replace it with humility and love.

10. Fellowship and Unity: Remember the power of fellowship. Share your journey with others, as Christ stated, "Where two or more are gathered, I am in the midst." Finding our divine nature requires the support and connection of others. This is our Satsang. This is our devotion.

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