Creating Your Circle of Success
How far does your circle of success reach? What about your zone of influence? Do you have a philosophy for success for your life? Have you taken a step back from your job or your career to re-evaluate things? Sometimes it’s necessary.
This lovely meditation, set to soothing music, will allow you to relax and create your own philosophy and circle of success. Set to the dreamy, ethereal music, Wandering in the Warmth, you’ll be able to take a relaxing beach walk and create your very own circle of success.
What does success really mean for you? Is it about happiness and fulfillment? Is it about taking care of your family? Is it about making more money? What comes first, happiness or success? You could argue that either one could come or should come first. You don’t need to be super successful just to be happy in life. Success doesn’t guarantee happiness either. It’s a chicken versus the egg scenario.
This meditation is all about letting go of who you think you are and focusing on what you want to create.
This lovely meditation is set to the music of Christopher Lloyd Clarke Wandering in the Warmth, a dreamy, ethereal piece. Wandering In the Warmth is a quieting arrangement of chord progressions that slowly blur from one to the next, gently massaging the mind and soothing one’s nerves.
Filled with positive statements and blessings to support you, you are going to love how this meditation makes you feel.
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