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Defining The Positive Attributes of My Physical Body:

Esther Hicks Talks about rampaging on positive attributes & writing them down.

positive attributes exercise mentioned by abe hicksToday is day 2 of my positive attributes personal practice.  I have listened to Abe Hicks for over 15 years and yesterday was my first day writing them down.  I have in the past done rampages and followed along with Esther but never have really put forth the effort to do this in writing or typing.  Already I feel totally different.

Today marks to 130th day of changing my life.  I have lost over 50lbs during this time and I feel amazing.  At the age of 50, I am in the best shape of my life.  I weigh 191lbs and follow David Goggins-like exercises where I push myself well past the point I thought was possible for me.  

Let’s begin:  I love my new body, I have worked hard to lose the weight that was slowing me down, I started ice bathing at about 55 degrees and am doing this along with breathing exercises and meditation every day.  Today is day two of being super serious about my mind and how I consciously influence it with my thoughts.  I have pushed my physical body to almost its max.  I do 500 pushups daily plus several other exercises like bicep curls (145) and shoulder raises (200).  I am adding other physical challenges like doing this mental exercise, meditation, cold bathing, and a list of personal care stuff.

I feel really amazing in so many ways.  I have a calm feeling in my mind and I feel strong in my body.  I am happy that I am blogging again on this site.  I have already seen changes in both mind, body, and money.  I love my feet which feel good when stretched and I love to give my feet a professional foot rub at the place around the corner.  I love the ability to walk and I am grateful that I have legs.  

I like that I lost 50 lbs and my ass is looking better than ever.  I have doubled the size of my arms and my forearms are getting massive.  I still have a bit of fat on my waist, but that is melting away daily as I continue on this new path and push for health.  I don’t feel old anymore since I started to push myself past my previous set point and clean up my mind.

I started to put lotion on my whole body and tell my body I love me.  I shave daily even if I don’t need to.  I love my morning ritual and I don’t check email, listen to music, or do any sort of work before late morning.  The cold bath really has created a feeling of relaxation within me. 

I love my new body.  It wasn’t easy but I needed to do it for myself.  I trust in the process and as I stare in the mirror, I am impressed.  I avoid thoughts that condemn, criticize, and complain.  I focus on positive rants but it’s different now.  I somehow am not trying to just get through doing these things.

I focus on feeling good throughout the day and the mornings are so calm.  It’s raining outside but I barely care or notice it.  I am aware of how I feel and I feel relaxed and patient.  I love that I have all my fingers and toes.  I love that I can run, walk, and do so many things with this body of mine.

I have grown so my throughout my life.  I have played many roles and I am grateful for all of them.  Even the bad moments caused me to try again or try harder.  

I now see that in my mind I was honing a certain character and I can hone that character even more.  

I love the new me I am forging through effort.  The effort doesn’t seem so heavy anymore.  I am grateful for me.   Part one (day one) is here:

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Esther Hicks: Unveiling the Wisdom of Abraham Esther Hicks, known famously by her pseudonym Abraham Hicks, is a renowned spiritual teacher, author, and speaker. Born on March 5, 1948, in Coalville, Utah, Esther has become

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