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Important routines enable your NOW to flow and that takes you into your abundant awareness of life’s journey that is and always has been unfolding for your good.

Morning routines will help you be a more successful, productive person with a more positive attitude. Both your career and personal life can benefit from the morning rituals previously discussed. If you missed my Mornings Musings from November 28th, take a sec to peruse that NOW. We will wait for you!

Mornings Support Your Career

People who work in sales or management know how far a positive attitude can go. Being in a leadership position brings a lot of responsibility and coming into work every morning in “pre-coffee mode” can be rough on you and on your future career prospects. Worth it:

  • Better leadership skills and deeper appreciation of other unique individuals in your NOW
  • Better decision making
  • Look better by spending more time on your appearance
  • Inspire others to be like you
  • Positive mood
  • Increased productivity
  • More confidence

Having a confident attitude while controlling your NOW can go a long way in the professional world. If you can’t manage to brush your hair or lint roll the cat hair from your outfit before work, then why should you be trusted to manage important clients and projects? Appearance is less important than your work ethic and performance but they all play a role in how successful you can be in your NOW.

For Your Relationships

Having a lot of stress and a rushed schedule can lead to less fulfilling relationships in your life. Morning rituals allow you to take time for yourself so that you can make time for others. Spending quality time with your significant other or spouse in the morning instead of just silently bumping shoulders in the kitchen as you get ready for work can help your relationship be more loving and healthier.

  • Less morning grumpiness
  • Spend more quality time
  • Talk about your plans
  • Less stress means fewer arguments
  • Get more done as a couple or a family

The same thing goes for spending time with your children. Having an organized routine for the morning allows you to spend extra time with the kids by cooking them breakfast, going over their homework assignments, or simply seeing them off to school with a smile. Being grumpy in the morning because of stress and lack of sleep can affect the people that you love. Some people get snappy or distant when they are under stress which can make significant others and children avoid you completely in the morning.

If this sounds familiar, then you need to start using morning rituals right away to get control of your NOW‘s abundance. Even if you are single and childless, your relationships can benefit from a morning ritual. You could take a moment to check up on an older relative or parent, text a friend, or meet up with a coworker for coffee and a morning stroll with the extra time you make in the mornings.

For Your Mental Plane Health

The importance of Mental Plane health has become more obvious to society in recent times. In the past, a lot of people neglected to take care of their mental health when trying to be more productive or handle a heavy workload/responsibility. We know NOW that the Mental Plane plays an important role in how productive and successful the Physical Plane actions can be. Morning rituals make time for you to do things that improve your Mental Plane health and that changes your self-talk which impacts how your Physical Plane moments unfold each day. Your body believes what your mind tells it. Choose to change:

  • Journaling
  • Self-care
  • Meditation
  • Exercise
  • Less stress

Being too stressed is bad for you in all aspects. Creating a morning routine that benefits your Mental Plane health will have positive benefits that spill out into every other area of your life. People who struggle with anxiety, ADHD, and depression can improve their mental health and reduce the severity of their symptoms by using healthy morning rituals.

Of course, burning a candle in the morning is not a replacement for seeing a mental health professional if you need one, but taking time to focus on your Mental Plane health can certainly help. Therapists, life coaches and doctors all recommend having a routine in place. If you struggle with your self-talk influences, find someone you can trust or seek professional help. You are more than welcome to join our private Facebook group:


For Your Physical Plane Health

We have already discussed in detail why stress is bad for your health and how morning rituals can reduce stress, but what are the other ways morning rituals can benefit your Physical Plane health?

Having a routine will free up your time in the morning that you would usually spend scrolling on your phone or trying to decide what to do first (procrastinating). Structured daily schedules are an effective way for being more productive overall and definitely impact your health.

Exercise, retreat within and focus more:

  • Eat healthier
  • Get more sleep
  • Wake up with more energy
  • Plan your rituals with targeted goals that are unique to you. Literally, sit down and write out your new habits, why you want to incorporate them into your mornings, and how you will consistently work them into your NOW.

     Your Mental Plane will take charge. Your Physical Plane will change. Your NOW will lead you to an overwhelming awareness of the always available and ever abundant Spiritual Plane.