Simple Things We Can Do To Be Safe And Happy.
Staying strong in the light of Corona Virus and other unwanted influences.
Be Safe and Happy! These truly are important keywords at this time and in today’s environment. Much has happened in these days of self-isolation and lockdowns that could give us cause for worry, but it is essential for our wellbeing that we stay clear of negativity and remain positive in our outlook.
There are several things we can do to stay on top of things: Doing what we can to keep our homes clear of negativity. Maintaining our health and vitality, staying grounded and controlling our attitude. Using positive words and reaching out to others in kindness.
One of the keys to happiness and kindness is remembering that they are an inside job. It’s like a real genuine and heart-warming smile – while an outside influence may trigger it, it can’t create it and cause its expression. The same with our happiness also, it’s a state of expression and being. Our happiness is always up to us, it’s always our choice. Have you noticed how you can’t share happiness unless you have inner happiness first?
Be as Happy as You Want to Be.
For the last week or so a song has been going through my head, singing its message to me. I have caught myself whistling it, and even attempting to sing it. (I’m not the worlds best singer). Mostly I noticed its presence when I was exposed to some of the negativity, it seems so hard to avoid. So I definitely wanted to share it with you. I also remembered we had used its positive message before.
In 2015 we republished an article on our RonandSueWindred.com site called “Happy as You Want to Be” from one of our previous websites. Its message was built around Bobby McFerrin’s hit song, “Don’t Worry, Be Happy”. His simple message made a lot of people happy by telling them not to worry.
There is a whole lot of wisdom contained in the song and in the article. Things like:
Being happy and optimistic is also good for your health and protects you from the stresses of life.
‘The only thing in life that will always remain the same is change’, and we have the power to make the changes we want.
Relationships are essential to happiness.
To be happy is relatively easy – just decide to be a happy person.
Being grateful is a great attitude.
Laugh and laugh heartily every day. Laughter, truly is the best medicine.
Express your good feelings and affections to the people around you.
Only work on things that you consider worthy of your time.
Feel alive – exercise, run, jog, walk. Do the things that your body was made for.
Avoid exposure to negativity.
These are some simple things you can do every day to be happy.
Read the whole article, watch the video clip and listen to the song here.
Some Other Simple Things you can to do to Be Safe and Happy.
In light of the Corona Virus pandemic we have been doing some short videos on Facebook to provide some simple and easy tips to help you be safe and happy.
How to cleanse negative energy from your personal environment by smudging with White Sage.
Smudging is a great way to cleanse and purify your personal energy field. Today, Ron shows an easy way to smudge yourself with a White Sage smudge stick. It has never been more important to remove unwanted negative energy from our aura, or personal energy field.
4 easy things you can do to enhance your life force energy.
- Get fresh air and sunshine, they are a primary source of Prana or Chi.
- Making sure we are grounded to remove static and unwanted energy. Making barefoot contact with the earth.
- A daily walk is excellent exercise for our body, mind and spirit.
- Breathe. Having a period of conscious breathing to ensure we have a sufficient supply of oxygen, along with life-force energy.
Smiling, thinking good thoughts and watching your posture are 3 good ways of keeping your energy upbeat, vital and alive and safe.
© Ron and Sue Windred.
Disclaimer: The outlined metaphysical and healing properties in this website are for inspiration and reference. We gather this information and alleged properties from writings, books, folklore and various other sources. They are also dependent upon the attitude and beliefs of the individual. Furthermore they do not replace diagnosis or treatment by a qualified therapist or physician.