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Early Morning Ritual

Understanding the way people think is often an enlightenment to learn that there are other ways to live a full life. Nothing is carved in stone. Actually, seeing someone’s early morning ritual can be a good thing while helping provide stimulus to spread your wings.

Six hours is enough sleep for many, especially when a person’s sleeping pattern is tailor made to suit the individual’s lifestyle. Waking up earlier than the rest of the household is good because the calmness allows self-time. Time to carry out personal activities, and prepare for the day ahead without distractions.

One excellent way to start the day is meditation. Meditation permits connection to the inner-self, a person's true or internal mind, soul, or nature. A quest to find your inner self and your own uniqueness. The search for the inner self through interpretation of dreams.

Another way is to oxygenate the body through deep breathing via the nasal passages. Opening the lungs up reduces breathlessness while enhancing several areas like awareness, ability to concentrate, and blood circulation. Additionally, it increases growth hormone discharge whilst helping meditational therapy.

Practice deep breathing while meditating or working online. Conscious meditation works wonders for your wellbeing. Coupled to deliberate breathing, an otherworldliness forms to refresh the new you!

Then have a cold shower to reenergize for the day ahead and double the impact to be ready for whatever gets in your way.

Have a great day!

Prof. Carl Boniface

Vocabulary meaning:

Nothing is carved in stone (idiom) = Stone carving is an activity where pieces of rough natural stone are shaped by the controlled removal of stone. Owing to the permanence of the material, stone work has survived which was created during our prehistory or past time. If it is carved in stone, it doesn’t change. However, by saying “nothing is carved in stone” in means ideas change, many have different attitudes, and over time you might change your opinion about something.

Spread your wings (idiom) = to become more independent and confident: to try doing new things. College gave her a chance to spread her wings.

Allows (v) = lets, permits, agrees, consents, tolerates, (ant) forbids

Quest (n) = mission, expedition, pursuit, search, hunt, journey, (ant) goal

Deliberate (adj) = thoughtful, careful, slow, cautious, unhurried, wary, measured, methodical, meditative, (ant) = hasty

Otherworldliness (n) = spirituality, spiritualism, spiritism

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