Sunday, July 18, 2010
The book of positive aspects.
This game or exercise, as you prefer, is from the beautiful book, "Ask and it is given" by Esther and Jerry Hicks.
I think it's beautiful, because it's full of positive "stuff", tools to help people to live a more joyous life.
The purpose of this game, is to view life in a more positive way, which in the end will make you feel better ;)
I love to feel good, don't you?
So, first you take or buy a beautiful notebook, one that you like very much and it feels good to write on.
You write on the cover in bold letters "Book of positive aspects"
Then you think about something or someone that makes you feel good.
And you entitle the first page with its name.
And you list all the things that came to your mind, that you like, and appreciate about it.
Then you think about another subject and do the same.
You can do this for at least 15 or 20 minutes, but actually you can do it as long as you like it.
And the more you do it, the more you find things that are appreciable, and you start to see your life with new eyes.