A habit is an activity you have repeated often that it becomes automatic.
There is very little energy or thought that comes into it.
You don’t do it because you want to. You don’t even question it.
An example of a habit is snacking while preparing food, having something sweet after dinner, how you brush your teeth.
Our life is a system of habits that are all interconnected. Changing one can (and often does) affect the others.
Changing your habits is a certain way to change your life but it’s hard to do because most of them have been repeated so often, sometimes along with an emotional state, or have become invisible. You can’t change what you can’t see.
A ritual is the opposite of a habit.
It requires your full presence and attention.
There is something sacred about a ritual. Its power exceeds what it does in its present moment. There is energy, a commitment, an intention behind it. It has connection, awareness, and devotion.
What habits and rituals have In common as they are a part of a routine.
Be mindful of routine.
Stop and ask yourself if it aligns with your vision and goals. Self-regulation allows you to Reflect on what gets your attention and what doesn’t.
What is serving you, what isn’t serving you, and what could serve you .
Be honest with yourself. The easiest person to fool is yourself, and that’s the last person you want to be fooling.
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