“A good morning is dependent upon choosing positive thoughts.” ~Mary Ann Pack
If you would like to have a good morning, do you plan for it the night before?
Do you know your day starts the night before?
When you climb into bed, what has been your dominant feeling as you fall asleep? Have you been ranting about something that happened during the day? Complaining about someone who wronged you? Or, worrying and fretting about what-ifs?
In what vibrational energy are you falling asleep?
Your pre-sleeping vibration has momentum. Yes, your vibration stops during sleep, but unless you consciously choose to find positive thoughts the next morning, as soon as you awake, you will probably start your morning thinking about what you were thinking the night before. If you tend to think negative thoughts, you will probably pick up in the morning where you left off with a negative thought pattern from the night before.
If, on the other hand, you focus your thoughts upon gratitude and appreciation in preparation for sleep to ensure you are at a high vibrational level, your probability of beginning your morning with positive thoughts is very good!
Whichever thought patterns you have practiced the most, will probably be what you think about as you review your day before falling asleep, and it will continue the next morning–unless you make a concerted effort to re-pattern your thoughts that feel better.
Sleep offers us the perfect opportunity to reset our vibration.
Take a moment as you awake to revel in the delicious feeling of your bed–the warm blankets, the lush pillow, the snuggly feeling of your room. Delight for a few moments, that you are alive and breathing. Appreciate your body for renewing during your rest. Appreciate your body for performing all the necessary functions to keep you alive, breathing and heart beating–without your supervision. These thoughts will help you find other thoughts of appreciation as you arise and move through your day.
When you first begin this process, you may only stay positive for a few moments before something distracts you into the negative. But, the more you practice this positive choice of thoughts, you will notice you stay aligned with the positive longer throughout the day.
Begin your good morning tomorrow–tonight!
Get a jump on your good morning. Make it a point to review positive aspects about your day or things you appreciate just before you fall asleep tonight. Not only will you begin to rest better, you will wake up more often with appreciation on your mind.
Make your good morning choice a positive one!
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