Daily Aligning with Love, Abundance, and Peace #177

I’m grateful that I’m responsible and accountable for how I RESPOND to others. It doesn’t benefit me in ANY way to blame someone else for how I respond to their actions. If I’m aligned with the energy of love, abundance, and peace when someone does something I like, they see my shine. Sometimes, they feel it. When someone does something that I don’t like when I’m in the energy of love, abundance, and peace, I can see clearly what the best way to respond in the moment is. It might be to walk away, let them know I have a different perspective on the situation, or stand up for myself or the cause I’m representing in a loving way. It also may mean I ask them more questions about their point of view. When I respond to them from a loving place, I don’t get defensive, because I know that won’t benefit either of us. When I get defensive, I know I’m aligning with fear, lack, and separation. The clear sign of that is when I get a hot and tingly feeling in my head. If I can keep my awareness, the best thing I can do for me in that moment is to walk away until I can gain control of my own energy. I guarantee you, if I’m responding from that place, it’s not pretty and I will often have to make an amends after the fact.

If I’m forgiving to someone with a hate-filled heart, I’m choosing not to carry their energy that stems from fear, lack, and separation. This doesn’t mean I support their behaviors. They are responsible and accountable for their actions towards others. Me forgiving them means that I refuse to take on their hate that they aimed at me or someone else. Revenge mentality only keeps me in the energy of fear, lack, and separation. If I’m in that energy, I tend to get snappy with anybody who crosses my path. I won’t even fully enjoy the good people are trying to do for me. In that space, I can even create negative stories of how the good thing a person is doing is tainted in some way. I don’t think I’m alone in being in this place from time to time.

When I take responsibility for how I respond to others, I stay conscious of my choices. I can ask myself questions about the perspectives I’m choosing to help me decide how I REALLY want to respond. I love that I have a choice in how I respond, and whatever decision I make, I’m responsible and accountable for it.

Today, I commit to be responsible and accountable for how I respond to others. If you have been following along the last couple days I’ve been taking you on a little journey. It’s one that is near and dear to my heart. The journey can change the way we look at the world. At least that is what doing all of this did for me. It takes daily work. I’m still a work in progress just like everyone else. I still have days where I don’t make the healthiest choices for me, which then affects the people who I come in contact with that day. The difference now, I know I’m responsible and accountable for those days. I’m also responsible and accountable for the day I make choices for my highest good, which then affects the people I come into contact with. I can’t make anybody respond to me in one way or another, but I CAN make choices in how I respond to them. I can make choices that will serve my highest good and the highest good for the moment I’m in. What they do with what I have to give, is on them.

When we can own what is ours, we don’t take things so personally. If I’m in the energy of love, abundance, and peace, I know that I’m operating in the best space I can in the situation. If I’m in the energy of fear, lack, and separation, I know that I will respond to others based on being in that energy. I might get more defensive, put up walls, yell, scream, insist on my own way, etc. I might convince myself that the other person is doing something wrong, respond like they are guilty, and treat them with no compassion, empathy or respect. Later, I may find out that I was completely wrong in the stories I was telling myself. I’m responsible and accountable for that, no matter what the circumstance is.

Practicing taking our power back by being responsible and accountable for how we respond to others is a very eye-opening exercise. Just like practicing being responsible and accountable for our energy (#175) and how we act towards others (#176), how we respond to others is just the next step. It’s about becoming aware of our choices. We choose to be in the energy of love, abundance, and peace or fear, lack, and separation when we are interacting with ourselves or others. The more conscious we become of our choices, the more power we have to change the trajectory of our lives.

With Love, Abundance, and Peace,

©Rachael Wolff 2021

Author of Letters from a Better Me: How Becoming an Empowered Woman Transforms the World

Daily Aligning with Love, Abundance, and Peace #174

I’m grateful for my ability to look inward. As humans, we are here to learn. Today, my focus is on being grateful for what my body, mind, and senses have to teach me. We are our own lifelong partners. Why would we want to make it a toxic environment? I most certainly don’t. The better the relationship with myself gets, the healthier I am overall, but this doesn’t mean that my body is not going to have lessons to teach me about the trauma I still have to heal. The beautiful thing is when I became willing to look inside. God started sending the people who I would be open to hear at the right time. Right now, my body is teaching me the places I still have work to do because they are holding on to past trauma. I’m so grateful God sent me my friend Kiersten to help me see the connections. I feel like I’m getting to a whole new level of learning, healing, and expanding.

I’m also so grateful that I learned how to tap into my body to help me see clearly on how my thoughts are engaging in the energy of fear, lack, and separation or love, abundance, and peace. It’s amazing what our bodies will tell us. Sometimes they are more honest than we are willing to be with ourselves. Sometimes they tell us we are stronger than we know. Sometimes they will tell us that we need to learn to ask for help. The key is to stay open enough to listen.

When I can align my body with my mind, I open the door to look at and work on what I need to align my thoughts with the energy of love, abundance, and peace. When I do that, I become aligned with my senses and my intuition guides me on what I can do next. As challenging as it can get sometimes, I rather look inside than give my power away.

Today, I commit to looking inward to align with my body, mind, and senses.

  • What is my body trying to tell me?
  • What is my body telling me about how I’m telling the stories in my head?
  • Are the stories in my mind aligning me with fear, lack, and separation or love, abundance, and peace?
  • How does my body react when others are aligned with love abundance, and peace? Where do I feel that in my body?
  • How does my body react when others are aligned with fear, lack, and separation? Where do I fee that in my body?
  • What are my senses telling me? Am I listening?

If we want to improve our intuition, we have to practice seeing the signals and listening.

With Love, Abundance, and Peace,

©Rachael Wolff 2021

Author of Letters from a Better Me: How Becoming an Empowered Woman Transforms the World

Daily Aligning with Love, Abundance, and Peace #173

I’m grateful to experience something new. Byron Katie says, “When you argue with reality, you lose, but only 100% of the time.” I believe in this wholeheartedly. I also believe in God, and believe that everything happens exactly how it’s meant to. It doesn’t guarantee that it will always look pretty or be easy. As you may have read a couple of days ago, I said one of the big inspirations for this page was Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Another one of them is Jesus. Not in the religious sense of who Jesus was, but in the human sense of who he was and how he lived. He lived his life from a loving place without blame, shame, and justifications. He served from a loving place, he forgave from a loving place, and accepted all from a loving place. He showed love to those that others shunned. He rose to love when others presented their hate. This is how I want to enter my new experiences.

I’m blessed to be here today. I’ve been invited to live another day. How do I want to show up for any new experiences that come my way? I want to show up with love. I don’t have to understand the bigger plan. I don’t have to waste time trying to figure out the why things didn’t work out the way I thought they should. What is happening right now brings an open door, and I’m going to walk through it with the energy of love, abundance, and peace.

Many of my most wonderful lessons came from the surprises of new experiences. Aligning myself with love, abundance, and peace keeps my soul safe. I know whatever new experience comes my way will help me grow as a person and give me more opportunities to choose love over fear, abundance over lack, and peace over separation. I’m grateful for all the days I choose to embrace new experiences with the energy of love, abundance, and peace.

Today, I commit to being open to experiencing something new. Today, I’m choosing to embrace today’s reality with the energy of love, abundance, and peace. I will look for the opportunities to love, serve, forgive, accept, and take loving action. I will commit my energy to helping to heal the divide instead of creating more of it. I will choose to look at what is brought to me from a loving place. I will choose to question any feelings, thoughts, and ideas that take me down the path of fear, lack, and separation. Today, I will experience something knew by opening up my perspectives to seek solutions instead of problems. I will experience something knew by questioning my thinking that doesn’t fuel my energy of love, abundance, and peace. I will love where love is needed and forgive where forgiveness is needed. Today is a gift and I will enjoy the presence.

With Love, Abundance, and Peace,

©Rachael Wolff 2021

Author of Letters from a Better Me

Daily Aligning with Love, Abundance, and Peace #171

I’m grateful for the life and wisdom of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. For those of you who don’t already know, MLK is one of my inspirations for FromALovingPlace.com. After my divorce, I spent the next four and half years going to school full-time as a single mom. I graduated with a B.A. from Eckerd College in December 2015. I studied MLK a lot in my years at Eckerd. My final year there, I went to the Holocaust Museum and upstairs they had a civil rights exhibit. I stopped at every section and listened to MLK give his amazing speeches. I listened to people talking about what it was like and the man MLK was. I think I went through an entire box of tissues that day. I just remember standing there in complete awe of how this man was faced with so much hate and kept choosing love over and over. Not perfectly, because none of us are, but with 100% conviction. In that moment, I knew it was a CHOICE to live from a loving place or a place of fear. One would leave me a prisoner in my own mind, and the other would set me free.

Today, I commit to soaking up the wisdom of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. His voice still rings hope in my ears every time I hear and/or see his powerful words…

“I have decided to stick with love. Hate is too great a burden to bear.”

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Peace is not merely a distant goal that we seek, but a means by which we arrive at that goal.

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

“We must develop and maintain the capacity to forgive. He who is devoid of the power to forgive is devoid of the power to love. There is some good in the worst of us and some evil in the best of us. When we discover this, we are less prone to hate our enemies.”

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Never succumb to the temptation of bitterness.

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

“An individual has not started living until he can rise above the narrow confines of his individualistic concerns to the broader concerns of all humanity.”

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice anywhere.

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

“The function of education is to teach one to think intensively and to think critically. Intelligence plus character—that is the goal of true education.”

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Man must evolve for all human conflict a method which rejects revenge, aggression, and retaliation. The foundation of such a method is love.

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

“I believe that unarmed truth and unconditional love will have the final word in reality. This is why right, temporarily defeated, is stronger than evil triumphant.”

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Faith is taking the first step even when you don’t see the whole staircase.

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Just typing up his words brings peace to my soul as I’m once again reminded to…

RISE UP in LOVE!

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With Love, Abundance, and Peace,

Rachael Wolff

Author of Letters from a Better Me: How Becoming an Empowered Woman Transforms the World

Daily Aligning with Love, Abundance, and Peace #166

I’m grateful for healthy boundaries. When I learned healthy boundaries, I stopped being a doormat. If you’ve read my book, the first letter I wrote is about a situation that happened to me. After the event happened, I was harassed by this man because I wouldn’t talk with him. He called me names; blared his horn down the road trying to force me to give him attention; and attacked my character to anyone who would listen. Now, if he was willing to take responsibility and be accountable for what he did, I would listen. He didn’t, and that is fine, but there was no further discussion needed. I wasn’t going to get into an I’m right and you’re wrong power struggle. I knew who he was and I trusted everything in my gut that said to walk away. I’ve seen him a few times in the years since and we do not share energetic space. There was no need for revenge, that would have cost me my peace. He didn’t have to believe that I was right about the situation, I felt violated. If you read the book, you will see my instant reaction. I knew that wasn’t going to bring me back to a peaceful place, so I did what was. His opinion of me was none of my business. My healthy boundary was about me taking care of myself.

I’ve had many instances since that one where I’ve been invited to practice healthy boundaries. I know I’m doing good when I don’t feel resentful, used, victimized, and vengeful about my responses to someone else’s behavior. I get tested with family, loved ones, community members, teachers, and strangers. Healthy boundaries are an essential piece of self-care. When we have healthy boundaries, we are telling others that we respect ourselves. Therefore, if they don’t respect us, they are welcome to walk the other way. There is a big difference between healthy boundaries and defensive walls. Defensive walls are made from the energy of fear, lack, and separation. Healthy boundaries are derived from self-care, which is us aligning with love, abundance, and peace. Healthy boundaries aren’t about attacking someone else, they are about taking care of ourselves.

Today, I commit to using healthy boundaries to stay in the energy of love, abundance, and peace. No person can take away our energy of love, abundance, and peace. We are accountable and responsible for our energy. This means to protect our energy, healthy boundaries are necessary. We say no when we mean no, and yes when me mean yes. We give when the giving comes from a loving place, and we don’t if our energy isn’t aligned with the giving. If we give when our energy isn’t aligned with the giving, we take it out on the person we are giving to or someone else. I’ve definitely done this with my loved ones. I’ve said yes, when no was the answer that was best for me. Then I’m reactive, short tempered, and/or angry because I said yes. I’ve had to make so apologies for this one. It wasn’t their fault I said yes when my insides were screaming no. When I choose healthy boundaries, I’m choosing to stay aligned with love, abundance, and peace. I feel good about what I’m doing or not doing. I’m at peace.

With Love, Abundance, and Peace,

©Rachael Wolff 2021

Author of Letters from a Better Me: How Becoming an Empowered Woman Transforms the World

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Daily Aligning with Love, Abundance, and Peace #165

I’m grateful for my consideration of other perspectives. I honestly never knew how much of a gift this was until now. I keep watching people not willing to listen to each other and insist on their own way, which by my definition of love, is not love. So when we are not willing to listen, we are just feeding our own fear of the other. Just another way to feed the energy of fear, lack, and separation. We can do this in our relationships and our judgments of whoever we determine the OTHER is. If we think we are better or less than that OTHER, we disempower ourselves.

I choose to live in the energy of love, abundance, and peace as much as possible. That is where my perspectives of belief come from. I’ve read, heard, and listened to countless people express their perspectives from a place of fear, lack, and separation and love, abundance, and peace. The one thing that can feed both energy groups is feeling HEARD and understood. This DOES NOT mean we will agree. Once I’ve listened to someone, I get the opportunity to ask questions and insight critical thinking. I get the opportunity to share my perspectives. If they choose to attack me for my perspectives, I have the opportunity to call on my healthy boundaries. Healthy boundaries and considering other perspectives go hand in hand for me.

By considering other people’s perspectives, I will look at where they are getting their information. Is it media (perspectives, agenda, facts), courts (facts), public records (facts), conspiracy theorists (perspectives), politicians (perspectives & agenda), direct source (perspective), gossip (misinformation-just imagine the childhood game telephone), religious beliefs (personal perspective that differs from person to person even in the same organizations/groups), science (facts in the moment, agenda, and ever-changing with new information), etc.? I have to use critical thinking. I have to stay current with new science, because the field moves fast. This is why in school we weren’t allowed to use any research that was beyond five years old. I also learned that in some research, results can be skewed due to agenda and method. If we are aligned with fear, lack, and separation, our beliefs are often pigeon-holed to specific sources. I have to remember there is always a human and a human’s perspective coming from a place of love, abundance, and peace or fear, lack, and separation behind any information being spread, bought into, and absorbed. In order for me to stay aligned, I HAVE to listen to the information that I’m taking in.

Aligning with love, abundance, and peace allows me to keep my mind open, but it is not a veil of la la and everything is beautiful all the time. Aligning with love, abundance, and peace means keeping a clear head by making sure my energy field can’t be manipulated by people spewing hate agenda, fear agenda, divide agenda, and victim agenda. These agendas keep me prisoner. I want to make sure I remain free from the evil people in this world who use innocent people to do their bidding. There are plenty of social science experiments that show how good people will do bad things. Staying aligned with love, abundance, and peace keeps me protected from going along with agendas that expand the energy of fear, lack, and separation in the world. This is why I have to consider individual’s perspectives carefully.

Side note: Please, don’t misunderstand me, I’m not talking about someone who is unleashing their energy out on me as a form of abuse or harassment. Healthy boundaries are important to be able to know when my listening will benefit the greater good. I will be talking about healthy boundaries on day #166.

Today, I commit to considering other people’s perspectives. Here is some of the things I ask myself when I’m considering other people’s perspectives:

  • Is the person speaking wanting me to align with love, abundance, and peace or fear, lack, and separation?
  • Does the person speaking have an agenda to have power over the way I think?
  • How is my body reacting to what I’m hearing?
  • How many people or institutions do I have to believe or not to believe to go along with their perspective?
  • Is the person I’m listening to take accountability and responsibility for what is theirs or do they shift blame?
  • Does the person want me to put them on a pedestal (RED FLAG)?
  • Do they have public record, court, or scientific proof to go along with their perspective (shown, not spoken)?
  • Is this person engaging in gossip to spread their information?
  • Am I feeling aligned with love, abundance, and peace or fear, lack, and separation while engaging with this person? WHY?
  • What are other perspectives within their group saying (the one’s that don’t agree)?
  • Does the person have compassion, empathy, and forgiveness or do they push victim mentality, revenge, and us against them mindsets?
  • Is the person open or close-minded?
  • Is the person willing to listen and/or consider other perspectives of thought?
  • Does this person want me to hate a group of people? How does me hating the group of people give them power and create me to feel separate, divided, or victimized?
  • Is the person wanting me to focus on problems (fear, lack, and/or separation) or solutions (abundance- considering choices and options)?

If you are going to do this for yourself, make sure you have your definitions of fear, lack, and separation and love, abundance, and peace in front of you, but if your perspective of these definitions is skewed, so will how you perceive anything you hear. It’s important to be in a peaceful place and see how your body reacts to the definitions. If you’ve been following along on this journey, I’ve already given you tools to do this.

These questions may seem like a lot in the beginning, but they all become very natural. I use these practices every day. Considering perspectives keeps my critical thinking mind working. Some of the places beyond my personal relationships, I started realizing doing this was so important in considering politics, media, and religion. The group itself isn’t bad or good. The people within the group can be aligned with love, abundance, and peace or fear, lack, and separation. Knowing the difference is essential for me to know if I align with a person’s energy or not. A person who is aligned with fear, lack, and separation to the point of a psychosis like Narcissistic Personality Disorder or Antisocial Personality disorder—that person can use any venue to manipulate, abuse, and harass people because their personal agenda of power and control.

Example: If I believe that all media, politicians, or religion is bad, I’m living in the energy of fear, lack, and separation, because I refuse to see the humanity in the people within the group/field. I just need to use my critical thinking. I know that I’m looking for specific characteristics, which is one of the many reasons that I like studying people, because I don’t want to give my power away like I have before. In religion, I would see how some of the leaders would use shame tactics (fear, lack, and separation) and others would use love and compassion (love, abundance, and peace) to get their congregation to follow them. They could be from the same overall group, but the person leading took different approaches to how they interpreted and preached.

Years ago in the US, political parties and power grabs for position within a party became so based in fear, lack, and separation that I had a very hard time understanding where candidates actually stood. I didn’t understand how they could say such hateful things, then say, okay now let’s come together. To me, that is like my best friend telling me that she is being abused by her partner, then making up and telling me that I can trust him again…REALLY?! This is how adults leading our country are behaving. There are a lot of people behind a campaign, it is not just the candidate. So, I learned to dig deeper. I know the other side has an agenda for me not to like the other candidate, so I’m not going to go to them to determine what I believe about them. I dig into public records, court records, and voting history. I look for words that came out of their own mouths, and what people who have worked, lived, or been in close contact with them say about them. What I found is that individuals on both sides lie and/or choose perspectives of fear, lack, and separation. If a campaign is trying to get me to HATE a person, group, or side…I have to look at the agenda behind why they want me to hate them. My experiences of being abused by a narcissist and studying the disorder is that it has made me believe in actions over words for trust, and when words are used to hate, demean, belittle, abuse, hurt, incite violence, separate, or create victimization, I know that person is wanting me to align with fear, lack, and separation over me to gain control over may thoughts and actions. Many campaigns on both sides have used fear-based tactics.

Side note: For full transparency, I’m an independent voter who votes for the person I feel is most willing to work with the other party, because I believe in “United we stand, divided we fall.” These are my perspectives based on how I choose to live my life. When I sided with a particular party, I noticed that I narrowed my view on what I was willing to look at and hear. I felt like I got swayed too easy when I did that. So for me, it was right for me to take the stance that I did. I actually enjoy researching both sides. This election more than usual. Because of the political climate, there were tons of different very interesting perspectives out there. There were more people looking for more bipartisan politics (i.e. country over party perspectives). For someone who studies people and how their minds work, it was very eye-opening for me to see how people got to where they did. Some of the testimonials from these groups came from thoughtful critical thinking based on a unity perspective. Some came from fear/revenge mindsets, which is a given in today’s climate. Some were people really struggling to prioritize character vs. policy. Many people in these groups fell into this grey area of perspectives that I hadn’t heard much of especially since politics had become so polarized.

With Love, Abundance, and Peace,

©Rachael Wolff 2021

Author of Letters from a Better Me: How Becoming an Empowered Woman Transforms the World

Daily Aligning with Love, abundance, and Peace #155

I’m grateful for nights by the fire. There is something about a fire that brings me to peace. I love sitting and watching the flames dance in front of me. I sit in AWE, which I define as the most authentic joy. I also love the natural warmth against the cool air. Just thinking about it makes me release a huge exhale. I love that!

Today, I commit to releasing what I no longer want to carry to the flames. I’m releasing all the feelings of fear, lack, and separation from 2020 by writing them down, then throwing them in the fire. I will say a prayer for God to take them away bless them with love, so they no longer carry weight that contaminates humanity. I know I will have to do this more than once. That’s okay, I learn every time I let my energy to be swayed. I keep getting stronger and wiser, and I’m grateful for that. I love being able to do a physical release of the things that no longer serve me. Every time I do it, I feel free and light. I experience true peace.

With Love, Abundance, and Peace,

©Rachael Wolff 2021

Author of Letters from a Better Me

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Daily Aligning with Love, Abundance, and Peace #154

I’m grateful for a blank page to write a new chapter. I’ve been blessed to start the day living in 2021. I’m starting the day with a blank page to write my story the way I CHOOSE! I’m in control of how my inner world projects out. I make the the choice to align with love, abundance, and peace OR fear, lack, and separation. I love my blank page, because it offers me so many different opportunities to try new things and build on the things that are already working on my life. If you haven’t noticed in the past few days, I’ve been taking some important inventory. The work I’ve been doing aligns my hand with the energy I want to feed into the stories I’m writing about my life. When I say that, I don’t mean physically writing, I mean by the thoughts that swirl in my head over any number of events that occur during the day. What does my self-talk look like? I choose those things and I can write my story however I choose. I’m so grateful for my journey that helped me to see how empowered I am.

Today, I commit to enjoying writing a new page of my story. As a new start to the new year, I’m going to sit down and write my new story today. I will follow the advice of Dr. Joe Dispenza in Breaking the Habit of Being Yourself and ask myself, “What is the greater expression of myself that I would like to be?” This is how I will start my new year. Clear and focused on how I want to write myself in 2021. I know the clearer the vision I have for myself, the more the doors will open to get me there. Welcome 2021! Let this be a year where I align and serve with love, abundance, and peace. Wishing you all a HAPPY NEW YEAR!

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With Love, Abundance, and Peace,

©Rachael Wolff 2021

Author of Letters from a Better Me

Daily Aligning with Love, Abundance, and Peace #153

I’m grateful I LIVED through 2020. I didn’t survive 2020, I LIVED it! There are very few years where the world experiences a global challenge to actually make the way we do things pivot in so many different ways. Though our specific struggles look different, how we approach the challenges is critical to if we are living life from a loving place or a place of fear. Ten people can be faced with the same circumstances and all handle those circumstances differently. For me, 2020 was not about surviving. It was about making the choice to LIVE each day. There have been so many people who lost their lives in 2020 for a multitude of reasons. There have been people who have chosen to focus on the fear of the future, instead of LIVING in today. There are also people who are so stuck in the past, where they are blind to the gifts that today brought them.

I’m not going to say that I haven’t had bad days and struggles this year. I absolutely have! That doesn’t stop me from doing the best with what I got daily. I’ve watched when I’ve slipped, and I get back up. I’m choosing to LIVE. Not just for me, but for all the people who came before me, and the ones who will come after. My LIFE matters and I will treat it like it does. I’m grateful I’ve been blessed to live another day to contribute love to the world through my words and actions.

Today, I commit to LIVING. This means that I will be conscious of the choices I make today. I will stay conscious of where I’m letting my mind wander; I will stay conscious of how I’m contributing to the lives of the people around me; and I still stay present in how I’m taking care of my own needs. Today, my focus will be on what I DO HAVE and what IS in front of me. I will focus on what I CAN DO. When my energy is aligned with love, abundance, and peace, I’m committed to LIVING fully from the heart. My heart sings just thinking about it. That’s how I know that I’m LIVING my best life NOW! My best life has nothing to do with what is happening in the world around me. It has to do with how I’m living in the world within me and how I use that to contribute to the world around me. My best self only LIVES in this moment. My choice is what I want to do with it. I need to figure out in the moment I’m in:

  • How do I best contribute to LIVING?
  • What do I need to operate as my best self right now?
  • Where is my energy going? Is that where I want it to go?

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With Love, Abundance, and Peace,

©Rachael Wolff 2020

Author of Letters from a Better Me: How Becoming an Empowered Woman Transforms the World

Daily Aligning with Love, Abundance, and Peace #152

I’m grateful that my book came out in 2020. Honestly, if you asked me a few months after my book was released in February, I probably wouldn’t have said this. I was able to do one signing before everything shut down and all future events were cancelled. I had all these plans of how 2020 was going to look, and it turned out quite differently. I was introduced to so many people from across the world that I wouldn’t have met if my plan for 2020 had worked out. I’ve gotten to do panels and interviews that didn’t even exist before the pandemic. Then there is the actual book. Unknowingly there is a ton of tools in the book that can help women through all the different circumstances we’ve faced in 2020.

Since the book is about seeing ourselves clearly, it’s a book that can help people pivot with the times we are faced with and represent what we stand for, instead of putting our energy into what we are against, making it stronger. What I realized was that the book came out in perfect timing for the people who were meant to read it. I find peace in that.

Today, I commit to keep doing the work to live life as a better me. I’ve had to use many of the tools that I use in my book throughout 2020. I know that whatever energy I feed, I make stronger. I want to make sure I’m strengthening the amount of love, abundance, and peace I can project daily! A better me has nothing to do with anything outside of me. A better me is the energy that lives inside of me. It’s the energy that I bring into every new day.

Living life as a better me gives me plenty of space to learn and grow. I don’t have to beat myself up over any of lessons I have the opportunity to learn from. I just show up, be accountable for my choices, and be responsible for making any wrongs right.

The more aligned I am with love, abundance, and peace, the more tuned in I am to my intuition. I go with what feels right, and I thank God for blocking what doesn’t. My life runs so much smoother when I stop fighting what is and taking responsibility for what I do have control over, which is how much I work I put into keeping my energy aligned with what keeps me living my best life.

With Love, Abundance, and Peace,

©Rachael Wolff 2020

Author of Letters from a Better Me