As I’m sitting here in beautiful Maui, enjoying this wonderful island, I am counting my blessings.
I have been thoroughly enjoying my family and trying to imprint these memories as deep as I can into my heart. In fact, I’m excited to have more of these images to stash away in my own personal memory vault.
These are great examples that I can draw on at any time I am using the Healing Codes. Memories that are filled with the most love and gratitude have the highest vibrations. These also carry the most punch in healing power as well.
That’s always a big plus.
Any great images you have stored in your mind, with the highest positive charges, are going to carry the most impact. Those will carry you faster to your dreams and goals.
I know I’ve said before that The Healing Codes even work without a love picture, and they do. But, they really are the most effective with one.
I get so tickled, seeing my new clients get jacked up with how quickly their positive images change their current state of mind.
I love that.
You see, as you are neutralizing the accumulated negative feelings from your heart, it leaves so much space for change.
Your creativity and clarity, which have been held down, can now rise to the surface and explode with new positive growth.
How you felt about things can now simply shift you into a new, better perspective.
Fresh perspectives allow freedom to move forward. They allow you let go of the baggage you don’t need anymore.
Fresh perspectives also give you more free time. We all could use some of THAT, right?
As you let go of your old views, you don’t visit those bad memories or trains of thought as often. You know, the ones that suck you back into a waste of your precious time and energy.
Fresh new ideas will flood your mind with excitement. Now you are ready to fly high on your next adventure.
This is the state you need to be in to truly be open to success in every area of your life. Please don’t limit success to only business. Think in terms of success as a way of attaining better health, relationships, AND business.
Success covers a HUGE amount of space.
So store those memories for use anytime you need them. I think you’ll be grateful you have them to use at the perfect time.
And most of all remember to enjoy the moment… It’s when all the good stuff happens!
Enjoy each valuable moment. Thank You for this refreshing read. I was in Maui in 1979 … can you believe it? Time gets away yet I still have the fond memories.
Be good to yourself
I am just getting caught up from being gone. So nice to go on vacation and get that break. You know what’s even better? Coming home! So nice to enjoy both.
Thanks for visiting.
I would love to visit Maui myself one day! I bet that I will be enjoying my moments there! Thanks for the inspiration!
Oh yes Evelyn,
You should go at some point. There really is something magical there. Very healing 😉
Have a great weekend!
Sounds beautiful, Melissa. There is something about being by the ocean that is so healing. Enjoy your time with your family! Take care, Cathy
We are home now but had the best time. I really love seeing my kids enjoy each other. It doesn’t last forever so imprinting into my mind is a must. Plus the memories they have will keep them bonded better over time as they grow.
Thanks for visiting girl 😉
Hawaii is amazingly beautiful Melissa… having spent many a happy time there. I’m so glad you’re cherishing the moments and imprinting them deep within.
What you say is so true about a shift in perspective it opens up a whole new world for us.
Yes Elle it certainly does.
We all should take those breaks more often and sit back and really notice what is around us. Even if we can’t go anywhere in this moment, we can enjoy what’s around us and make it count right here and now.
Thanks for stopping by 😉
Maui and Kauai are two of my favorite places on earth. Enjoy every breath.
I swear I can still smell it in the air even though I got home to 9 inches of snow falling. Memories can be strong 😉
Thanks for being here!
Well, I have always dreamed of visiting Hawaii too – it’s on my bucket list!!
But I agree with the idea of gathering wonderful memories wherever you are and not waiting for the “special” moments. It makes life so much richer to try to think of many moments as special, and to lock them away as future healing treasures.
Thanks so much for all you do, Melissa!!
I love this, Melissa, and it is so true…I’m a highly visual person, so I’ve got lots o’ memories packed away in my brain-case. I really do love going back through photos, though, especially *actual* printed photos. Being able to flip through them with your hands and sharing memories with family members is SO much fun!!