Yes!

Empower yourself with one simple word: yes

I want to share with you one idea that once lived has immense power to turn your life around and very quickly. I discovered this years ago and have been exploring it and living it ever since as it is so simple, yet so interesting once you begin to apply it. I love to go fast: I always look for accelerated ways to take life to the next level.

The power of yes takes you into the accelerated experience of life. Consciously choosing to say yes automatically puts the focus on what you want: when you find yourself resisting an experience, you then have the immediate opportunity to redirect your focus to saying yes to what you actually want to have in your life.

 

Life is waiting for your most passionate “Yes!”

 

Saying yes increases your frequency and the amount of energy you have to play with in life. Resisting life or saying no depletes your energy and lowers your frequency.

Notice how your body responds to your situation. Does it lean into what you are doing, or is it pulling away? Does your body feel relaxed/expanded or contracted? Go for what expands you, what makes your body relax: here is your body's yes.

When you say yes you fiercely engage life; you live your passions.

This is the key to living peak: you elevate ordinary experience to extraordinary.

This is quite the upgrade once you begin to live it.

This level of conscious acceptance and experience allows you to see very quickly where you are resisting life and inspires you to live more fully without question, doubt or confusion. Clarity is essential + empowering in the creative process.

 

Yes activates + amplifies your creative power 

 

Say yes consciously + experience the power of this. Notice your “no’s” and transform your life into this positive experience. Resistance shows you what you want when you see it through this awareness.

"Doing work you love is the dizzying path of saying yes to yourself and yes to a brilliant, hidden self you do not yet know."

~ Tama J. Kieves

What I have noticed from focusing more on saying yes to life, is that you begin to attract so much of what you want that you no longer find yourself resisting at the same level as you used to. You take your life to a whole new level in this way and it becomes easier and fun.

The best way I can describe it in my own personal experience is: life gets turned on. Everything is more vivid; colors are brighter. Its as if you see everything all at once and in clearer detail. You live entirely in the moment. Time evaporates and you have unlimited energy to do whatever you feel pulled to do. When I catch myself resisting now, I can switch focus back to what I want so much easier: its accumulative. You gain serious momentum.

I share this with you because I remember how life used to be and it was no where near this caliber and my vision is for us all to explore as much as we are inspired to and see how far we can go. I love sharing my experiences as I know they act as catalysts, just as my mentor's experiences have for me.

Thank you for sharing this {and other posts} with your friends. Know that I love connecting + hearing your insights and ideas. Let me know what shifts this creates in your life for you below, or if you have any questions feel free to ask.

Love that you are here,

Premakarini xo

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  1. Tamisha says:

    I love this. Have you read “A Place of Yes” by Bethenny Frankel? Sometimes the power of yes is indescribable – it can make someone’s day, it can free us from the rut mentality, it can cause us to do things we may have otherwise resisted. So true. And sometimes the power of yes is saying no. I think the power is in knowing the difference in what we should say yes to that grows & matures us. We have to learn what things may be uncomfortable for us, but we know will propel us forward, regardless. And say yes. Then we have to learn the things to say no to – the things that we know will deplete us, take our energy, and deprive us. Yes is not being a “yes man” in my opinion. It’s creating home – the place you always go back to, your morals, your values, your growth point inside. Yes is the place you are able to make great decisions from and take risks safely because it’s home – it’s who you are. Sometimes no is the best place of yes. Love this blog!

  2. Premakarini says:

    Tamisha!
    Thank you for sharing such powerful insights. Yes, it is important to know what to say no to, and that is one of the things I love about having this focus: it increases awareness so its easy to see what is of real value and how to follow what energizes you and brings clarity. I love this insight that you share: ” It’s creating home – the place you always go back to, your morals, your values, your growth point inside. Yes is the place you are able to make great decisions from and take risks safely because it’s home – it’s who you are. Sometimes no is the best place of yes.” So beautiful and true. I haven’t read that book, but you know what I am going to check it out. Its great to see you here. Make this blog your home – feel free to add anything at any time.

  3. Eldora says:

    Articles like these put the consumer in the driver seat-very important.

  4. Rusty says:

    Hey, that post leaves me feeling foolish. Kudos to you!

  5. Bobbo says:

    I bow down humbly in the presence of such greatness.

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6 Responses to Yes!

  1. Tamisha says:

    I love this. Have you read “A Place of Yes” by Bethenny Frankel? Sometimes the power of yes is indescribable – it can make someone’s day, it can free us from the rut mentality, it can cause us to do things we may have otherwise resisted. So true. And sometimes the power of yes is saying no. I think the power is in knowing the difference in what we should say yes to that grows & matures us. We have to learn what things may be uncomfortable for us, but we know will propel us forward, regardless. And say yes. Then we have to learn the things to say no to – the things that we know will deplete us, take our energy, and deprive us. Yes is not being a “yes man” in my opinion. It’s creating home – the place you always go back to, your morals, your values, your growth point inside. Yes is the place you are able to make great decisions from and take risks safely because it’s home – it’s who you are. Sometimes no is the best place of yes. Love this blog!

  2. Premakarini says:

    Tamisha!
    Thank you for sharing such powerful insights. Yes, it is important to know what to say no to, and that is one of the things I love about having this focus: it increases awareness so its easy to see what is of real value and how to follow what energizes you and brings clarity. I love this insight that you share: ” It’s creating home – the place you always go back to, your morals, your values, your growth point inside. Yes is the place you are able to make great decisions from and take risks safely because it’s home – it’s who you are. Sometimes no is the best place of yes.” So beautiful and true. I haven’t read that book, but you know what I am going to check it out. Its great to see you here. Make this blog your home – feel free to add anything at any time.

  3. Eldora says:

    Articles like these put the consumer in the driver seat-very important.

  4. Rusty says:

    Hey, that post leaves me feeling foolish. Kudos to you!

  5. Bobbo says:

    I bow down humbly in the presence of such greatness.

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