Harnessing the beauty of life isn’t a difficult thing. Instead, it’s knowing how to connect to the absolute power of the universe. Having that connection will benefit you in many ways!
In today’s age we are surrounded by morons. However, we are or at least were moronic at one time or another. Everyone suffers from a lack of education. I learned slowly but surely the need to tap into my spiritual side which gave me a completely new dimension on my journey. Yes, it’s a one-way trip that presents time constraints. If handled well then there is everything to gain from this blog.
Since the pandemic my daily routine includes getting up early which provides free time to concentrate on my wellbeing to improve my posture, so my day ahead is more productive, and at the same time my body is prepared and refreshed to deal with hindrances that given a chance will get the better of us. I get my stress level in check and booster my self-esteem. It goes hand in hand with an endorphin release that sets me up to take on the world!
All of us have to power forward to succeed! We are significant parts of the galactic universe though few of us realise it. If anything, we don’t understand it, and unlikely ever will. However, the beauty can be felt and our senses allow us in even if we cannot measure the depth of our involvement. Whether you like it or not you play an important part. The key if any is trusting in your belief and maximizing your output.
Therefore, tapping into the spiritual side really does benefit me. Spirituality involves the recognition of a feeling or sense or belief that there is something greater than myself, something more to being human than basic sensory experience, and that the greater whole of which we are part of is cosmic or divine in nature. Some readers will think I’m potty, but it doesn’t deter me from feeling it.
A number of things that have stimulated change since the inception of the latest bout of coronavirus that was inflicted on us, have occurred. They have helped me change and appreciate my life positively. Although to explain every single detail would take a lot more space than a blog, I’m going to share a few steps that worked to get into this state.
Going to bed earlier has meant getting up earlier, but is more than just this. Research online shows the best hours for regenerative sleep for most people are between 10pm and 2am, so getting to bed before 10 can make a difference, although this varies between individuals.
By getting up earlier it has meant I get alone time. Family members are asleep. Keeping quiet has allowed me to think clearer. Calmness around us is a big thing, so we can take advantage of the free time to carry out activities that having lots of noise around us inhibit.
Taking a cold shower has been proven to not only wake us up to a more alert state, but also get our blood circulation going, and as such we are refreshed. It also maintains our telomeres, the main part of the chromosome for longevity.
Without telomeres, the main part of the chromosome, the part with genes essential for life would get shorter each time a cell divides. So, telomeres allow cells to divide without losing genes. Cell division is necessary for growing new skin, blood, bone, and other cells.
Once I’ve made my early morning coffee then I sit down at my computer, start it up, and listen to some relaxing frequency sounds while meditating. Coupled to meditation, deep breathing adds massive benefits.
Meditation can give you a sense of calm, peace and balance that can benefit both your emotional well-being and your overall health. You can also use it to relax and cope with stress by refocusing your attention on something calming. Meditation can help you learn to stay centered and keep inner peace.
Deep breathing really takes it to another level when talking benefits, as it offers oxygenation which helps the body recuperate from heavy exercise, but also it prepares the body to take on bigger challenges. Done every single day will bring massive paybacks.
Deep breaths are more efficient: they allow your body to fully exchange incoming oxygen with outgoing carbon dioxide. They have also been shown to slow the heartbeat, lower or stabilize blood pressure and lower stress.
Exercise after all these steps and you’re likely to get the most advantage, as your body is ready for vigorous training. You are energized, hungry to work-out, and the package deal will set you up for life’s journey.
Once you have tried some of the things I mention, you might want some calming music that taps into your alpha-brainwaves and makes the whole experience real. This music will help meditation and deep breathing so you can get into a whole new level of understanding. Try it!
Have a cosmic day!
Prof. Carl Boniface
Morons (n) = idiots
Moronic (adj) = idiot
Galactic universe = a galaxy is a huge collection of gas, dust, and billions of stars and their solar systems, all held together by gravity. Our galaxy is called the Milky Way galaxy. Our galaxy was referred to as the Universe before it was discovered that there were other galaxies.
Cosmic (adj) = intergalactic, interplanetary, extra-terrestrial, galactic
Potty (adj) = foolish, eccentric, silly, ridiculous, absurd, irrational, (ant) sensible
Deter (v) = discourage, daunt, dissuade, prevent, frighten, put off, (ant) encourage, inhibit
Bout (n) = session, spell, stretch, stint, a short period of intense activity of a specified kind. "Occasional bouts of strenuous exercise are good for you."
Take advantage (idiom) = 1. make unfair demands on (someone) who cannot or will not resist; exploit or make unfair use of for one's own benefit.
"People tend to take advantage of good-natured people." 2. make good use of the opportunities offered by (something). "Take full advantage of the facilities available."
Paybacks (n) = reimbursements, benefits, profits, remunerations, repayments, settlements, returns