A Good Day!

A Good Day!

I decided early in the morning yesterday, I would declare it a “Good Day”!

How many ways can a day show up as “good”? I guess it depends on how many ways I allow it.

Yesterday, the only expectation was good.

I was not attached to a specific outcome to have my 16 hours awarded as “good”.

Good is subjective; being open to it and aware of even the smallest goodness… makes a difference.

The day started with me on the elliptical at the crack of dawn. At first it was filled with bodies; “no personal space” (I like when I’m on the end machine and no one comes to the one next to me) and about 10 minutes later freedom!

And then I spoke too soon.

In the empty gym, someone decided that they would choose the one right next to me. And my ongoing saga of personal space in a gym continues…. as I find the humor in myself.

Later in the morning, I met a woman who trained as a coach, and has worked with several coaches in the past. She wants to be a resource for sending me referrals.

There was definitely synchronicity involved in our inspired meeting.

The day was good as it went on, nothing out of the ordinary like a pot of gold on my doorstep, but the surprises were welcome.

When I came to the office at Que Linda there was lovely energy and lunch waiting for me…unexpected and good.

As the day went on, an old client came in to find a book for the next leg of his journey. He seemed like a completely different person in perspective and the lightness in how he carried himself.

I love seeing people grow and become more content as they discover who they are and own it.

In the later afternoon, I provided a reading for a young woman who is about to go to India for 6 months. It was spur of the moment and as usual provides me with a perspective and connection.  And I was able to provide her with insight, and peace to the anxiety she had about taking the leap into the unknown.

My clairvoyant readings have become quite astounding in terms of what information I receive and offer to a client. Always emotional, tears and laughter, but people feel at peace and fulfilled. My ability to pick up energy of those who have passed on has also grown, although that was never an intention for me.

On another note, having to do with my “good” day; I have been inspired recently to paint.

I have always expressed myself creatively in the past. I had my own company years ago, which provided marketing and graphic design. Painting and sculpture on the other hand, were more of a private passion rather than something I share with others.

Over the week-end, I had shown a client a picture of one of my paintings.

She is an artist who has sold some of her own beautiful watercolor artwork in a variety of formats. (And through the work we are doing together is now inspired to do it again towards a “leap of faith” in where she wants to go with her life.)

She loved my art! Wow! I was blown away, it was like the Red Sea parted and a miracle took place!

In a sense it had, but it happened when I decided to take my parachute off weeks ago; when I decided to go full board into investing in just me and my endeavors for my business.

Not only that everyone I showed the picture of my painting to had the same response, but another person I know believes she has a buyer for this painting! Yes!!! 

I have allowed creativity 24/7. When I chose me; I chose fulfillment, success and happiness!

My creativity is fluid and a constant flow I am no longer choosing to stifle it in any part of my life.

My clients also benefit as they see my life opening in such fantastic ways.

Truly I am blessed as I write my book, blog, bring new clients into my coaching practice, learn web design, paint, contribute my marketing skills to the location I have my office and open to all sorts of possibilities personally.

My segue away from the events of yesterday was to illustrate how I ended my day yesterday.

I spent the evening, painting; when I look at my paintings, I have a different perspective. I see the value and the beauty. Just like when I look inside of myself.

I hope you had a good day too.

I would love to hear about your days.  Please write.  Have a “good” day!

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2 thoughts on “A Good Day!

  1. thebettermanprojects - November 17, 2011 at 9:39 am

    Tracy,

    What is amazing about life is that whatever you declare into it you will have. You declared that morning you were going to have a good day, and you had one! How fantastic is that. The thing is, when we have expectations about how our life is going to go, and something happens contrary to that expectation, we fight it like crazy. Like the person who got onto the machine next to you at the gym. That is just life thats not anything else! Pure chance. But if had a significant effect on your mind because you wanted things to be perfect. Perfection is not reality. Everything is imperfect, and that is what makes life beautiful. Love every moment of things happening to you in the day. What I also find is that humans are very meaning oriented people. We add and subtract meaning from everything. However, if you just pay attention to the moment you are in and just sit with your thoughts, you will be released from them very soon. Awesome blog I look forward to the rest.

    Evan Sanders – The Better Man Project
    http://wp.me/1ZMnJ

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    • Tracy - November 17, 2011 at 10:41 am

      I love it! I agree!!

      I am all about “We are okay now”. Be who YOU are and let go of expectations that don’t coincide with the “you”. I like to show my own imperfections as a coach to my clients; I want them to know real…not to believe I am “perfect”. There is
      “no -thing” that rates best, its all good. As you know we are like layers to an onion, I love shedding skin! And the more layers shed, the more peace, well-being and happiness come through…. creatively! Thank you for commenting; I hope you’ll continue to share your thoughts.

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