7 Ways to Live a More Mindful & Fulfilling Life

Posted by on October 24, 2015 in Conscious Living, Happiness & Humor, Thrive with 6 Comments

Jennifer Sodini | Collective Evolution


Life is riddled with distractions and standards that lead us further into inaction. We seek media and technology as a means to escape the reality of our lives, yet that “place” is the greatest illusion created by man. It has been manufactured to promote our mindlessness and satiate our desires by perpetuating ideals, concepts, and advertising. This is warping our perspective and removing us further from our true nature by eliminating nature, entirely. This is because nature is the greatest conduit to understanding our divinity.

The further we distance ourselves from the laws of the natural world, the more we lose the natural understanding of our being. This allows us to get lost in the material world and allow our ego to guide us in trying to fill a void which cannot be filled. The natural world allows us to fill our hearts with joy, happiness, and love, all of which are experienced through moments that dissolve time and become imprinted in our memories for the rest of our lives. Yet, how do we change our perspective to allow us to see the magic of the natural world? How do we awaken ourselves to the divinity that may have been dormant within us? This has a lot to do with pattern recognition and understanding the traits that represent “divinity.”

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Divinity can be understood and awakened when we choose to form our perspective through its inspiration. We first must come to understand the action of our soul, as it’s being hidden or understood through Language, Tone, and Intention… and then experienced through Love, Understanding, Gratitude, and Presence. If we can transform the way we speak and be mindful of our tone to better reveal our intentions, then we can express ourselves through our hearts with love, understanding, gratitude, and presence.

These are the qualities that allow us to be the most creative and divine in our present moment. We all have the ability to reveal the “magic” of our lives by understanding and implementing these 7 steps to finding divinity in the now.

1. Language: Studies suggest that (on average) we speak between 7,000 – 20,000 words per day. When you think about how many words that could potentially add up to in a month, that’s a whole lot of talking! The question we should ask ourselves is, how much are we actually saying and how much is just static noise. When we place emphasis on quality, over quantity, it allows us to create a different story each day, with emphasis being placed on creativity, as opposed to just chatter. Look at each day as a story you are writing with your words, and allow language to be the compass which navigates your experience. Choose words that reflect beauty, compassion, and authenticity – and you may find yourself surprised by the living language your life reflects back to you.

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2. ToneCymatics is the study of the visible effects of sound on matter. These interesting experiments show a direct relationship to tone/vibration and surroundings. Using this concept as a guide for the importance of tone, one can’t help but wonder how our tone/vibration may have subtle effects on our surroundings. Whether this is purely speculative or not, if we allow tone to be our barometer, perhaps we can forecast better conditions in our environment. Before language existed, we expressed ourselves with our tone, which allowed our intention to be understood. Look at your tone as the harmony of the story you write with the notes of your language, and allow intention to be the song.

3. Intention: If intention is our song, what emotions do we wish to evoke through our music? Energy goes where intention flows, so if you deliberately intend as you speak, and emote sincerity in your tone, you can convey your authentic intention. However, allowing the heart to guide your intention is key! In our fast-paced society, it is easy to get caught up in matters of the ego, as we are somewhat programmed to compete against one another. When we put our ego to the side and lead from the heart, competition dissolves and creativity begins to surface. Intention is the conduit which can either inspire more creativity or cause dischord by bringing up competitive feelings.


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  1. 846414435380494@facebook.com' Revolution de Mind says:

    Nice :/

  2. 10205798086363762@facebook.com' Nicole LaPorte-Natti says:

    Texting is terrible for this!

  3. 1493194080975183@facebook.com' Boguslawa Cikalova says:

    Cos pieknego

  4. 1828018377424466@facebook.com' Francis Wong says:

    Love and kindness is the only magic potion for the betterment of humanity.

  5. 187704808232282@facebook.com' Sam Sanchez says:

    Your thoughts and beliefs create your world. Be positive and you’ll live happily ever after. Good thoughts lead to a good perspective on life, Be loving, Be caring Be more united and free. Those vibrations will soon affect those around you and will only go on from there. Thus, making the world a better place to live In. Share.

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