Intentional Creativity® Teacher, Spiritual Coach, Intuitive Artist, & Reiki Master Teacher
Today's musing seems more practical. It seems another word if my theme for today, which is: Focus. I went to my WW meeting and I was up again. I play this dance lose a pound, gain a pound. Now a pound isn't a huge difference, and many things can effect it. Weather, how much water I drink, how much I moved, as well as what I ate. It was interesting because I went for a mile walk on Saturday with plans to do it a couple of times a week to start. I felt lighter and good before stepping on the scale. It’s a good think that WW no longer focuses just on the numbers or it would get depressing really fast. Of course, I know that making a stronger commitment to sticking stringently to the rules would help, yet my brain doesn’t work that way.
In fact, that topic came up to day, how some people loose easily and quickly because they are very black and white in their focus, while others are not. It is the Right brain, Left brain thing. My husband was like that on his weight loss journey. He is a left-brained very logical thinker and stuck strictly to his points and lost 100 pounds in a year. I am a right-brained thinker and my process does not flow in an orderly manner, and the one thing I had is being “bound” by point limitations. I’m still struggling with how to make this process free and creative and not feel hemmed in by point limitations.
So, I have a few questions for you. Are you a left-brained, orderly, logical thinker OR are you right-brained, free flowing, round-about thinker? If you are a right-brained thinker, have you been in situations where you were expected to think in an orderly logical way; and how did you deal with it? How you think will have a lot to do with how you focus on what your goal is. It will even determine how you determine goals. If you love creating goals and then systematically finishing them - your left-brained. If you have a hard time setting goals and have a round about way reaching them, you’re likely right-brained. I’d like to hear your stories about this, if you wish to share.
Love, Blessings, and the Golden Light of Grace to You.
Have a Glorious Day!
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Debra Lynn – Intentional Creativity Teacher, Visionary Artist and Certified Life Coach.