How to integrate your Momentom experience by @johntearly *Practice meditation.
*Do something physical everyday.
*Practice gratitude as often as possible. Embracing and maintaining the feeling of gratitude produces a high-frequency vibration, creating a perpetual petition for positive experiences. As we embody a living prayer of gratitude, we draw forth good things – like a magnet attracting success. Really allow yourself to experience a deep sense of sheer thankfulness and gratitude. Keep a daily gratitude journal, or keep a list close by to remind you how lucky you truly are.
*Continue to reduce your meat intake.
* Ask pertinent questions, real questions. Do not feel obliged to engage in mundane conversations that don’t inspire you. * Be at service to the world. Karma Yoga. Always. If everyone was to help one person, the whole world would be helped. *Fine tune your perception. We do not see the world as it is, but as we are. Continue observing the world as it comes to you, and notice what you are perceiving. Take note of any negative thoughts as tiny red flags of opportunities for you to fine tune how you see the world, return to gratitude for the little things, and install positive, expansive beliefs that do serve you.
THANK YOU !!!!@momentomcollective for the wonderful two weeks! Much ❤️ and immense gratitude 🙏
2 326 February, 2020
Sharing that Island Vibe feeling at Stenden University in Port Alfred
There is a certain beauty about the temples in South East Asia that you just can't describe in words and is a challange to capture in pictures!
This photo was taken in the Wat Pho temple in Bangkok.
7 26117 May, 2017
Ko Samui wasn't all about the beautiful beaches! 😁
4 33416 June, 2017
Today I said goodbye to my dreads that were scattered around my hair. Having people add beads and colours to them from all over the world, it was sad to see them go. But needed to be done! Here's one last pic of me embracing being weathered in India.
Heart full of love💛 hair full of dirt 😂 feeeling pretty damn clean now.