Tag Archive: Best Life journey

Your Life is a Magnet

Your life is a magnet. Yes, it is. You may not have thought of your life in this way, but it attracts and repels. Yes, this is what a magnet does. We learn in physics that magnetism is;

“a physical phenomenon produced by the motion of electric charge, resulting in attractive and repulsive forces between objects.”

Well, this is precisely what happens in your personal space. The people who need to be in your life will be attracted to your life, and the people who do not belong in your life will be repelled. You ask, how is that possible? There is a part of you call your soul, and this thing is smart by design. Your soul searches out the other person and gives you a feeling or sensation about that individual.  The soul examines the aura of the person.

What you need to know is to be aware that your life is a magnet and it carries out its job to attract or discharge folks. Sometimes without you consciously knowing. When we live on  The Alphabet Circle Journey, we learn that our awareness is heightened and we are in tune with our souls. We embrace those who show up, and we accept those who have been repelled.

So, how do you deal with the magnet of your life? You pay attention. You embrace your highs and your lows. Know that all things happen in your life for a reason. Don’t panic when things happen. Folks in your life will either stay, embrace you or help you or they will move on. Both options are necessary for your growth.

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B is to Breathe and De-stress

 

In this video, Dr. Maxine Wright talks about the Breathe Phase of the Alphabet Circle Journey. She explains that this is your life and when you Breathe, you stay present in your life. Being Present in a relationship helps you to think, get the benefits and enjoy. B-R-E-A-T-H-E

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We Create with our thoughts and thus, the Universe returns what we Breathe into it. Breathe so you are composed and able to focus and relax. No more stress. No more drama. Show up for the experience and get the lesson.

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Can we truly manage time?

Can we truly manage time?  Time is the present so the question begs, is it false thinking to say we can mange Time?  Let me ask the question another way. Can we manage the Present? I would like you to ponder  this. If we show up in the experience of “time” and are open to what the experience offers, do we need to worry about managing?

No one can manage time.  Time is infinite and not something to be managed. However, you can manage what you do. Our focus should be on  what we are doing in the present and how we want to show up in each experience?  Think of this, the element “Time” that we worry about so much is chugging along each day doing what it does. It is your choice to choose Time by being Present.  Remember, you are your best you when you show up in the Present.

Your awareness to the Present moment will help you to execute your tasks at maximum potential. This brings the Best You.

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Book Trailer_ The Alphabet Circle Journey

According to author and scientist Maxine Wright-Walters, Ph.D., most relationships will eventually come to an end. In her new book, “The Alphabet Circle Journey: Living Your Best Life” (published by Balboa Press), Wright-Walters draws a parallel between the laws of chemistry and human relationships to offer her theory on how and why relationships form and for what reasons they end. The book is available for purchase at Amazon

She contends that one must understand and come to terms with the cycle of relationships in order to enjoy a peaceful, fulfilling life. Starting each chapter with a letter of the alphabet, Wright-Walters uses metaphors to help readers understand human behavior. “The Alphabet Circle Journey” provides readers with insights into developing the skills to understand the specific reasons for the end of relationships. And, it offers tools for accepting when relationships come to an end.

The author also shares anecdotes to bring to life the tools presented in the book. “Life is about relationships, and all relationships have a time period on them,” says Wright-Walters.

“No one knows the time, but know that relationships form and end for a reason. When a relationship ends, the individual needs to reflect on the challenges that the relationship presented to them as a lesson to learn and grow from. This will ensure that each one can live an exciting life and learn from the interactions on his or her own journey.”