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//Sara Abiqwa//


We set the alarm clock to wake us up each morning and we snooze and snooze until we can’t afford to snooze anymore. It’s so hard to wake up but we have to. It’s for our own good, it’s for going to work, waking our kids up, working out. Whatever it’s for, it’s for us to be productive and get going with our day.

But what happens if we don’t set the alarm clock? We stay asleep, we are late and then everything we planned falls out of place.

This is exactly what we should do on the inside. We should set our inner alarm clock to wake up our consciousness. Otherwise we will keep living under the control of the subconscious with all the emotions, fears and doubts that have been living and thriving in it for the past twenty, thirty or forty years, taking the driver’s seat in the vehicle of our own lives.

I know you are probably asking yourselves, how do we turn our internal alarm clocks on? The answer is autosuggestion. Yes, it’s exactly what it sounds like, an automatic suggestion of information and questions to the brain that happens over and over again until you shift your entire thought paradigm.

Did you know that humans have complete control over their thoughts? I was astonished when I learnt that fact, because I was living by the faulty belief that thoughts are wild horses that can never be tamed.

So, as I always say, what better moment than the moment of now to start practicing autosuggestion? Be generous with yourself, feed your brain the healthiest information, read books that enrich your awareness, watch motivational videos, have deep profound conversations with people of high energy and knowledge and ask yourself inspirational questions. Whatever it is that works for you, just do it!


“You yourself as much as anybody in the entire universe deserve your love and affection.” – Mahatma Gandhi.

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