Monday Morning Mantra

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MONDAY MORNING MANTRA 

Each Monday I shuffle and draw two cards from two sources, a box set and a deck. The box set boasts encouragement, self-love, goals and focus while the deck affirms our individual power. I then use the two cards to guide me throughout the week. I place the cards on my refrigerator as a visual reference and I write them daily in my journal as written reference. If I find myself experiencing unwanted emotions or challenging thoughts I refer to the cards drawn. I have found this to be an empowering and powerful exercise. One that I decided to share with my readers.


Affirmation

Asking for help is not being needy. You may be surprised by the eagerness others display when asked for help. If your plate is full, I challenge you to ask someone to help you. This can be done by delegating a simple task to a coworker or asking the family for help with the household chores. It doesn’t require a crisis to reach out for help.

Encouragement

With every morning comes new possibilities. We decide what we allow. Are you open to new possibilities? Do you welcome them? Subtle or more obvious adjustments can make a world of difference in our daily routine but you must be willing to receive them to reap the benefits.

2 Replies to “Monday Morning Mantra”

  1. Luna Phoxx says:

    I love this idea! Thanks for sharing 🖤
    Permission to ask for help is something I could use frequent reminders of. Maybe we all can?
    This is such a lovely way to start the week.

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