• Dr Jodie Bradnam

Be sure that your habits cultivate the tomorrows that you want

I’m reading and loving Oprah Winfrey’s The Wisdom of Sundays. Oprah shares that whatever follows the “I am...” will find you. The “I am exhausted”, the “I am lonely”, the “I am loved”, the “I am enough”. Editing the “I am” is not about denying how we feel, rather it’s about finding and keeping our balance, showing kindness and self compassion. It is speaking truth to our strengths, recognising our struggles and shining light on the positive aspects of ourselves. The light of the “I am” illuminates a path and helps us to find our way forward.

I’ve wondered for a while about how I’d use this reflection card, but in reading about the power of the “I am” it has found the perfect home. Be sure that your habits, including your thoughts, cultivate the tomorrows that you want.