Wellbeing is Wrought by Choices.

Wellbeing is wrought by choices.
And how we make those choices

Should I eat that fattening desert?
Should I see that movie?
Should I take that job?
Which book to read?
What should I wear?
What expert should I listen to?
Which exercise plan should I follow?
Should I give up on this relationship?
Should I take this treatment/drug?
Should I cut that relative out of my life?
Who should I listen to?
Who should I Love? Or Help?
Or Get away from?

How you answer will create how much wellbeing flows into your life.

We are able to experience health, joy and abundance to the amount of wellbeing we have. When we have a sense of wellbeing, we are connected to our inner selves, the source of who we really are. All gates open to receive our birthright—a state in which we thrive.

So what is this thing called wellbeing? The proper definition is “A good or satisfactory condition of existence; a state characterized by health, happiness, and prosperity”. But we all know it is more than these words. It is a feeling that all is well and is devoid of any disparaging thoughts or feelings like envy, irritation, longing, craving, self-condemnation, neediness, frustration, anger, anxiety or fear. Without these negative feelings, whose root source is fear, wellbeing springs up from within, bringing with it healing, comfort, and blissfulness. In this state, ease replaces struggle, poor health conditions improve, and balance can be achieved.
Before you decide to become prosperous, live your purpose or fulfill your dreams, it is essential to discover your wellbeing. If you don’t, you will find it difficult to achieve anything, and you will be in a paradigm of action, hard work, and struggle to get where you want to go.
Bringing yourself into that state of wellbeing (which already exists within you) makes it all so much easier. And isn’t that what we really want? You can begin right now by following this simple suggestion.

When faced with a choice, ask yourself:

What do I want to do?
What does my heart say?
What feels good to me?
If I had my way…….( finish this sentence)
How does my gut feel when imagining each choice?

That’s it. Not hard, yet we find it hard to rationalize what our heart is telling us. If we do follow our heart, gut, instinct, we will be moving closer to wellbeing, always.

We all get busy with the outward actions we think are necessary to reach our goals, so much so that we lose sight of listening to our heart and intuition. It’s a good place to begin.