Today's Zoon Cards of the Week! ๐ŸŒž
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(If you missed Sunday's Live, just pick a number between 1 and 3 and scroll down to see your Zoon Card of the Week ๐Ÿ‘‡)
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Card 1 -- Black Spot โšซ
The first step in making a meaningful change is to let go of the parts of your life that you have been practicing and holding on to out of habit but no longer serve you (or serve you poorly). This can be an internal letting go (habits, beliefs, ideas, etc.) and/or an external letting go (clearing clutter, cutting ties with toxic friends, ending abusive relationships, leaving dead end jobs, etc.). Quite often it's both, as the external world reflects what's happening inside. This card is quite specifically about killing off (not literally -- please don't hurt anyone)  the icky parts of your life so that new "stuff" can grow. As fertile soil is made of decaying waste, so it is with us.
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Card 2 -- The Fruit ๐Ÿ‰๐Ÿฅ
This card is all about harvesting and enjoying life's fruit. You still have to pick it or gather it and you still have to prepare it and eat it; but this is a time when life will be fruitful and joyful, if a little messy at times. In other words, you will have to pay attention and take a few easy steps, but this is a week for harvest and bounty. My advice? Enjoy it! And be sure to share!
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Card 3 -- Young Tree ๐ŸŒด
A young tree stretches its branches out toward the sun, opening leaves in just the right spots to nourish itself. A young tree stretches roots down to get the water and nutrients it needs. A young tree has to learn to bend with the winds in just a way that it won't break or be uprooted. This week's you will learn a lot about how you best nourish yourself, areas where you need to grow, and better ways to bend when challenges arise (so that you don't break under pressure or strain). I advise you to pay attention to what the challenges in your life are trying to teach you and to what your needs are, so that you can adjust your habits and routines toward your growth and happiness. ๐ŸŒž
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Please have an amazing week!
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#zoon #zooncards #cardoftheweek #tree #love
Today's Zoon Cards of the Week! ๐ŸŒž . (If you missed Sunday's Live, just pick a number between 1 and 3 and scroll down to see your Zoon Card of the Week ๐Ÿ‘‡) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Card 1 -- Black Spot โšซ The first step in making a meaningful change is to let go of the parts of your life that you have been practicing and holding on to out of habit but no longer serve you (or serve you poorly). This can be an internal letting go (habits, beliefs, ideas, etc.) and/or an external letting go (clearing clutter, cutting ties with toxic friends, ending abusive relationships, leaving dead end jobs, etc.). Quite often it's both, as the external world reflects what's happening inside. This card is quite specifically about killing off (not literally -- please don't hurt anyone) the icky parts of your life so that new "stuff" can grow. As fertile soil is made of decaying waste, so it is with us. . . Card 2 -- The Fruit ๐Ÿ‰๐Ÿฅ This card is all about harvesting and enjoying life's fruit. You still have to pick it or gather it and you still have to prepare it and eat it; but this is a time when life will be fruitful and joyful, if a little messy at times. In other words, you will have to pay attention and take a few easy steps, but this is a week for harvest and bounty. My advice? Enjoy it! And be sure to share! . . Card 3 -- Young Tree ๐ŸŒด A young tree stretches its branches out toward the sun, opening leaves in just the right spots to nourish itself. A young tree stretches roots down to get the water and nutrients it needs. A young tree has to learn to bend with the winds in just a way that it won't break or be uprooted. This week's you will learn a lot about how you best nourish yourself, areas where you need to grow, and better ways to bend when challenges arise (so that you don't break under pressure or strain). I advise you to pay attention to what the challenges in your life are trying to teach you and to what your needs are, so that you can adjust your habits and routines toward your growth and happiness. ๐ŸŒž . . Please have an amazing week! . #zoon #zooncards #cardoftheweek #tree #love
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Yesterday, we were asked why "things always seem to go wrong, why I worry, and how can I change?"
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We gave a short answer: make a habit of noticing everything that's right and be consistent.
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In this video, I go into detail.
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To summarize: The human brain has a system where it filters out information according to what you pay attention to and what you pay attention to usually centers on what you believe.
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 The reality we experience is almost entirely informed and developed around what we pay attention to. More than 99% of what happens around you is "filtered out" by these systems. We can radically change our lives by changing our beliefs and taking conscious control of our attention -- and training ourselves to improve how they function.
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The starting point that helped Bob overcome his pessimism and depression was paying attention to his inner dialogue and focusing on all the things that are going well, going right, and bringing him joy. Even the tiniest things, when paid attention to, contribute to the habit of expecting good things to happen and noticing them when they do.
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This doesn't mean to ignore the bad, the dangerous, or the harmful. It just means being honest with ourselves about the blessings we experience all the time. Where before we didn't notice our breathing or how wonderful a hot bath feels or how we have organs that function, take time to notice them. Every time something goes well, acknowledge it. 
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Worry is training ourselves to expect the worst. Try instead to expect something nice, even if it's small. 
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Also, when things do go "wrong", see if you can frame the positive aspects of it. Challenges make us grow, so why not frame our challenges as opportunities for growth and learning and understanding?
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Thanks for spending time with me! I'm going to try to answer one question with an extended video on Fridays (New York Time). 
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See you Sunday!
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๐Ÿงก๐Ÿงก ๐Ÿ‘๏ธ๐Ÿ”ด๐Ÿ‘๏ธ
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#askzoon #zoon #alien #advice
Yesterday, we were asked why "things always seem to go wrong, why I worry, and how can I change?" . We gave a short answer: make a habit of noticing everything that's right and be consistent. . In this video, I go into detail. . To summarize: The human brain has a system where it filters out information according to what you pay attention to and what you pay attention to usually centers on what you believe. . The reality we experience is almost entirely informed and developed around what we pay attention to. More than 99% of what happens around you is "filtered out" by these systems. We can radically change our lives by changing our beliefs and taking conscious control of our attention -- and training ourselves to improve how they function. . The starting point that helped Bob overcome his pessimism and depression was paying attention to his inner dialogue and focusing on all the things that are going well, going right, and bringing him joy. Even the tiniest things, when paid attention to, contribute to the habit of expecting good things to happen and noticing them when they do. . This doesn't mean to ignore the bad, the dangerous, or the harmful. It just means being honest with ourselves about the blessings we experience all the time. Where before we didn't notice our breathing or how wonderful a hot bath feels or how we have organs that function, take time to notice them. Every time something goes well, acknowledge it. . Worry is training ourselves to expect the worst. Try instead to expect something nice, even if it's small. . Also, when things do go "wrong", see if you can frame the positive aspects of it. Challenges make us grow, so why not frame our challenges as opportunities for growth and learning and understanding? . . Thanks for spending time with me! I'm going to try to answer one question with an extended video on Fridays (New York Time). . See you Sunday! . ๐Ÿงก๐Ÿงก ๐Ÿ‘๏ธ๐Ÿ”ด๐Ÿ‘๏ธ . #askzoon #zoon #alien #advice
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