How am I going to make it important? I'm going to start walking 2 miles every day on top of my other training. I feel like walking is the best way to get my cardio training a little elevated to be able to do my kettle bell snatches quicker. And, it just makes you feel good. If it rains or is too hot, I'll just go to the gym.
I have to say, yesterday was not as much fun as I wanted it to be. I had to drive back from my boyfriend's house in Pittsburgh, and no matter how hard I try - it's just not fun. And, when I get home, I am sad because I miss him.
I did figure something out while I was driving. I love learning about the Law of Attraction. I have not figured it all out -- it's a learning process. But, I may have stumbled upon something yesterday that made a little sense. Twice in 24 hours I've had something manifest that I did not want to manifest.
1. I LOVE being cool while I sleep. I kept looking at the temperatures for Pittsburgh to make sure the nights were going to be cool, because the upstairs air conditioner doesn't work very well. And then, the air conditioner broke. On the last night, it never got cooler than 75 degrees, which to me is HOT to sleep in.
2. I didn't want to drive in the rain. My tires need to be replaced and I've been very hesitant to drive in the rain until I get them replaced. Halfway home, I hit the worst flash flood I've ever had to drive in with trucks on all sides around me.
The link between these two things was my wording prior to either one of them happening. With both of these events, in my head, I heard myself say, "I just don't want it to be hot." "I just don't want to drive in the rain."
To two words, "hot" and "rain," were the words the universe heard. So, it gave me hot and rain. I need to focus more on what I want, than on what I DON'T want.
Better wording would be this -- "I want it to be cool when I sleep." "I want the sun to shine my whole drive."
It's a process -- I'm learning -- Wayne Dyer so poignantly said - "You get what you think about whether you like it or not." Ok, Wayne, ok!!
I'm still reading "When Breath Becomes Air." All I can say is "UNBELIEVABLE!!" Read it.
Here's a video I found on Youtube about Paul Kalanithi, the author: