Happy Monday! I hope that you had an ultimate weekend! If this weekend was not ultimate, what happened?
If you’re not sure, I want to help you make this week and every week after, ultimate!
Let’s get started!
Your life is meant to be ultimate. It’s up to you to determine what you need and what you want in your life and as your life in order for you to declare that it is “ultimate.”
Because determining your specific wants and needs is the gateway to creating your ultimate life, I am going to spend the next five days walking you through a five-part process.
This five-part process is called A5.
It is derived from The Bergstrom Method and is the easiest process to create your ultimate life.
Each day this week, I am going to release a particular fifth of the process. The words in each process are designed with familiarity in mind. It has been found through extensive study, that it is easier to adapt and adjust to new life circumstances when one can find familiar elements to aid them in transitioning to the “new.”
The A5 process, paired with The Gratitude Philosophy (which states that with gratitude, all things are possible) gives each practitioner the mindfulness directives to consciously think from their Center of Gratitude. Conscious thought from a Center of Gratitude is what powerfully attracts the ultimate life circumstances one desires, to them.
The first “fifth” of the process, is Accept.
The “acceptance” I am referring to is the following:
In order to create my ultimate life, I accept that I must first activate my Center of Gratitude. Because I am centered in gratitude, I think wonderful thoughts and feel wonderful feelings. My wonderful thoughts, paired with my wonderful feelings are creating my ultimate life.
If you can accept this, you can create your ultimate life. Your life circumstances as you see them right now are the results of what you have thought and what you have felt.
What we think about and feel about – we bring about.
In order to fully implement and practice A5, you must accept this. Accepting this doesn’t negate anything else you believe in your life – it’s very simply stating that you now understand that your life didn’t and doesn’t just happen to you – it’s happening because of you. You are not a victim – unless you think you are.
The difference between a victim and a victor are the suffixes. “Im” and “or” signify that we have a choice which means we get to choose whether we want to be victims or victors. “I’m either a victim OR a victor.”
If you want to continue through your life whining and moaning about how awful it is and how you can’t seem to get ahead; that thought process will continue to plague you and nothing in your life will ever really change for the better. You will continue feeling like a victim and that is totally your choice.
If you feel like your life is meant to be so much more than it is and/or that you are meant to enjoy every moment and that you can be the writer of your own rules, then YOU are already on the right track and you can solidify your identity as a VICTOR!
Remember – this may be a new concept for you and I expect and want you to be curious about everything I have to share with you. As we go through the week and as the next four fifths are released, clarity will come and with clarity comes understanding and with understanding, comes acceptance.
Check your inbox tomorrow for the second fifth of the process! By this weekend, you’ll have the essentials down and the weekend to have fun with your creations!
I’m so excited, I could burst!
The time for happiness is NOW.
The time for joy is ALWAYS.
The time for you to create your ultimate life, has come. Join me! We’ll do it TOGETHER!
Johnny Bergstrom, Msc.D, AMDA
The Gratitude Guru
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