Create behaviors and patterns that become your soul habits.
Hey its Rand,
The end result of a deep, contemplative self-inquiry is the release of emotions, fears, feelings and thoughts that may have been swirling around for years, if not decades.
You may feel the shift within you as you transition from draining habits that have weighed you down into more aligned and energy-generating patterns.
What are your current rituals for connecting to and centering yourself?
What things do you do that fuel your energy?
What things do you do that nourish your deepest self?
How do you create moments of pause during your day?
As you unpack who and what you want to be in the world, I suggest you devise a set of daily, weekly and monthly patterns that fit with your reinvention.
These are your soul habits and could include listening to more music that stimulates your flow state; it could also include regular walks or runs through a nearby forest, on your local beach or around an oval.
Your aim at this point is to turn these activities into instilled behaviours. You can achieve this by doing them on a daily and or weekly basis
Your aim is to be prepared for that inevitable moment when your life gets busy or crazily complicated.
At such a time we usually prioritise tackling whatever crisis has come up and our intentions to exercise more, be more mindful, eat healthier get dropped quicker than you can say “New Years Resolutions”.
Now you will be armed with a newfound resilience so that you’ll be able to handle those tough moments with ease and maintain your soul habits.
In later videos I’ll talk through how you can map these soul habits onto the Fierce Operating System so that you get even greater alignment and grow your familiarity with your new behaviours.