Imagine waking up every morning, gazing out the window, and being excited to do more than just the 9-5. Imagine having something you can give to others, a way to serve, that will open eyes and minds to a happier and healthier life. Imagine gazing out that window knowing you can provide answers for the struggles.
That’s the world I imagine every morning. When I do my journaling and share it with all of you, I imagine my reader sipping their coffee, getting ready for the day, and thinking about these words. I look out to the world each morning and wonder, “Who I can serve today?” I imagine who I can support or cheer on as they go about their day.
Part of imagining is growth. With imagination and growth, I imagined the life I have now. Long ago, I couldn’t see through my blinders that there was something more out there. I couldn’t imagine happiness, peace, or comfort.
There was a point in my life where I couldn’t imagine feeling better, physically or emotionally.
Imagine that 40% of the U.S. population are dealing with a chronic mental and physical health issues. Day in and day out, 40% of people, many that we know, suffer each and every day. Even more staggering is 95% of people are suffering with just general health issues and more than a third of those people have up to 5 or more ailments! 66% of people use prescription medication daily and 20% of those take up to 5 or more prescriptions each day!
Unfortunately, those percentages are facts and not just imagination.
Imagine being able to take care of 98% of your healthcare needs with natural solutions like essential oils, food health, and mindset practices.
I don’t have to imagine that. 98% of the things in my home are non-toxic, natural, and safe. My essential oils provide my family with proactive and preventative natural healthcare. I stay on top of my emotional health using my essential oils and mindset practices. I encourage my entire family to care for themselves by providing as many healthy food options as possible.
There was a defining moment in my life where my imagination started to become a reality because I began focusing on what I needed. I could see the results and began experiencing the healing. It very simply boiled down to removing toxic things from my life and imagining a whole life filled with natural, unaltered, and authentic people and things.
Now I imagine great things for not only my family, but for everyone else. I imagine generational healing, natural healthcare, authenticity, and a world full of care and love instead of hate. Those all sound like tall orders for one person to focus on, but as I focus on them, others around me do the same and the ripple effect starts happening.
Someday there will be more focus on imagination rather than terminating it.