Daily Spiritual Practice Connects Us to Source Energy

Start your day like this and your vibration will rise consistently higher than you’ve ever experienced before. I’m speaking from experience.

Ryan Yokome's Morning Routine (FB post June 18, 2015)

Ryan Yokome’s Morning Routine (FB post June 18, 2015)

Yoga (which means unity – yoking the mind and the body; to Buddhists, the mind is the heart)  can connect us all.

All hearts beat as one.

By the way, when I interviewed Ivonne Alexander, an inspiring lady that empowers youth to be entrepreneurs (also an Author, Speaker, Transformational Thought Leader, Rebirthing Expert, Creator of Awaken the Mastermind, and The Codes of AH), she shared her morning ritual with me. (And she called the morning ritual something special – I’ve forgotten right now, but I’ll tell you once I remember.)

Our connection with the Divine is the most important thing in life.

If you talk with highly successful people and ask them why they are so successful, I think you’ll find they attribute their success to God.

Regardless of your form of faith, religion or spirituality, your close personal relationship with the Divine is the foundation of a successful life and all our other relationships.

How you begin your day sets up the tone for the rest of your day. You tune yourself to the frequency of Source energy, which is the truth of who you are. You are the I Am, the creative energy that can choose and define itself.

I Am that I AM.

Having a morning ritual with spiritual practice and connecting with your heart will allow you to open to greater peace, abundance, inspiration, understand, wisdom and other great stuff.

From this place, you will be in your best state from which to create your life-changing content!

Here is Dashama Konah with a super quick yoga lesson to relieve stress and anxiety

Take time each day to work on yourself. Look closely at the thoughts that are running through your mind. Send loving messages of encouragement to yourself… You’re doing great!

Day 9 #30DYC wide leg forward bend. This is a great fundamental pose to relieve stress and anxiety. It also opens hamstrings, spine, and with the variation I demonstrate here opens your shoulders as well. Start with legs wider then hip distance. Inhale lift your chest and lengthen your spine. Exhale fold forward reaching toward the floor or toward opposite ankles. Hold 5-10 breaths. Try to tilt the tailbone back to maintain the length from the lumbar spine. Remember to breathe. Now your turn!

Posted by Dashama Konah on Monday, 8 June 2015

Go ahead. Change more lives, in deeper ways…



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