Thursday, November 09, 2017

Manage Your Energy Wisely

I focus on what is healthy and helpful.
I give my time and money to what benefits us all.
I invest in the ideal outcome I desire.
I enjoy and benefit from the choices I make.

Manage Your Energy Wisely!

Invest in what is good for you.
Give to what is beneficial for you.
Do what is healthy for you.
Contribute time, and money to what works for you.

Think about what inspires you.
Remember what encourages you.
Use your mind to be creative.
Give attention to good thoughts.

Speak about what lifts you up.
Use words that encourage.
Give praise to what benefits.
Talk about what is healing and helpful.

Engage in activities that are fulfilling.
Do what produces positive outcomes.
Spend your energy on what offers good.
Be active doing what feeds your mind and body.

You are the one who knows the difference.
You are choosing junk or healthy stuff.
You are deciding what is foolish and what fulfills.
You are exploring what works for you and what doesn’t work.

You are experimenting with what is highest and best for you.
When we follow what is common, we have common results.
When we are selective and choose what is best, we have better results.
We will learn to listen within for the highest guidance for Good and wise.

Choose the most healthy thinking, speaking and behavior.
The benefits of using energy to do what is most beneficial are best you.
It may be tempting to eat and drink what is not healthy.
It may be easiest to follow what is popular.
It may seem adequate to focus on the negatives.
It may be OK to do what experts tell you.
The question remains: 
What is the wise choice for you?

Learn to pay attention to the outcome you want.
Give energy to what you are creating.
Focus on what is inspiring and helpful for you.
Be willing to give yourself the best by investing in your best.

 your time, money and energy for the highest and best results.
Pay attention and learn to discern what is Good for you.
Wanting us all to waste nothing on what gives us nothing lasting in return.
Reminding us all to love ourselves well with wisdom in our choices.
Betty Lue