I will take action.

Updated: Jun 27



* Each Monday, or as required, apply a new affirmation to your daily practice*


I will take action in this moment. Action that I know and believe is to be most in alignment with who I am in this moment, who I am becoming and my heart's most truest and deepest desires. I know and believe that there is no such thing as failure, there is no such thing as right or wrong.


Pure action, with good intention, only leads to outcome and that outcome, while I may perceive it to be positive or negative, holds a beautiful gift for me.


A lesson. A lesson that will guide me towards taking action once again. Action that is more aligned with who I am, who I am becoming and my heart's most truest and deepest desires. Whether I choose to look for and see this lesson is entirely up to me, but I trust in that consciously making this choice and taking action that I will move closer and closer to who I am, who I am becoming and my heart's truest and deepest desires. I trust that I will be looked after and that my path will unfold before me, when I take action.


Empower yourself with this weeks daily affirmation.


I will take action.


Suggested daily practice:


Each and every morning -

  1. Wash your face

  2. Brush your teeth

  3. Drink a glass of water (filtered is preferable)

  4. Take a comfortable seat (maybe put on a salt lamp, some soft music or light some incense if you like)

  5. Take three deep belly breaths (Raja pranayama)

  6. Have your affirmation written out before you and begin to silently repeat your it in your minds eye

  7. When you feel ready, close you eyes and continue to repeat the affirmation

  8. Feel what it feels like in your body to fully surrender to your affirmation

  9. Notice these feelings, let yourself truly experience them

  10. Say It. Feel It. Live It - continue for a minimum of 5 minutes and when you are ready begin your beautiful day!


Love & kindness,


xx Paige

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