The Daily Shift

Jean Hamilton-Fford, The Daily Shift, Sacred Deliberation

Sacred Deliberation

Sacred deliberation. Make every thought, every breath, and every step sacred. Be resolute and determined to maintain vigilance and an energy of loving kindness and compassion. Include all of you. Let this energy infuse whatever you choose to create. This is the energy that moves mountains. Allow it to move you. What will your day bring

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Jean Hamilton-Fford, The Daily Shift, Mind Your Language

Mind Your Language

Mind your language. In your thoughts, your spoken and written word, be mindful of the language you are using. Whatever comes to mind, comes to pass if we consciously choose it. Whatever language you use around this, amplifies and magnifies whatever it is you are bringing into creation. We are not our thoughts until we latch

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Jean Hamilton-Fford, The Daily Shift, Lift Yourself

Lift Yourself

Lift yourself by lifting others. Have you noticed that we need each other for the sake of our own lives? I know, this sounds a bit strange. Think of it this way: when we are down, the best way to lift ourselves is to lift others. When we are unhappy, the best way to be happy

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Jean Hamilton-Fford, The Daily Shift, Move into Your Day

Move into Your Day

Move into your day with calm resolve. Resolve to expand your awareness. When you do, you notice small things you might otherwise have missed. Listen to the signals of your mind, body, and spirit, that seek to support you. Breathe love and life into them. What will your day bring your way? Resolve to support and love

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Jean Hamilton-Fford, The Daily Shift, Take a Moment

Take a Moment

Take a moment to regroup. Reassess. Revisit your dreams, projects, ideas, beliefs, values, lessons, and stretch a bit into the next steps, next moves, next pieces you need to put in place. Celebrate your determination to keep moving. Celebrate where you have been of service. Celebrate the loving kindness and self-care you supported and advocated. You

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Jean Hamilton-Fford, The Daily Shift, Who Are You

Who Are You?

Who are you? Most of us equate this with what we do more than who we are. It’s the easier answer. It may be helpful to engage in the exercise of who you will be to then see who you are right now. Look at your future self. Who is that person? What does s/he look

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