Simple but life-changing things: The six Miracle Morning Life S.A.V.E.R.S.

Saturday, 10 July 2021
Through "The miracle morning", Hal Elrod gives us the key to leave mediocrity and unlock possibilities. Through "The miracle morning", Hal Elrod gives us the key to leave mediocrity and unlock possibilities.

Inspired by the true story and life experience of Hal Elrod, an American author and successful speaker, the phenomenon of the miracle morning has grown into a worldwide movement through his book “The Miracle Morning”. Today, many readers who gave it a try have testified changes in any or every area of their life.

The book was written based on the real life experience of Elrod. He faced several hardships such as an almost fatal accident in 1999 and many failures in almost every sphere of his life in 2007. In his hardest times, he came up with the idea of turning downs into a more rewarding life experience through changing his morning routines. From that day, his life has known a huge shift pushing him to write everything down with the confidence that anyone can truly have their life changed and wake up their full potential. His mission is to elevate the consciousness of humanity through the miracle morning exercises.

What is the miracle morning and how does it work?

In the book, the miracle morning is a set of practices engaging readers to make a small action everyday starting from getting up earlier in the morning. When writing his book, Elrod asserted about how people can attain productivity and success through switching their routines in the morning. In other words, people can literally change their lives by changing how they start their day.

Practicing the miracle morning involves using a six-steps morning routine called Life S.A.V.E.R.S which stands for Silence, Affirmations, Visualization, Exercise, Reading, and Scribing.

Silence: When waking up in the morning, there is no better feeling than being calm and in peace with oneself. Silence is the first step towards making your miracle morning a success. Just start every morning with a period of purposeful silence of at least five minutes. When doing so, you can meditate, pray, ponder, and practice breathing exercises or only gratitude.

Affirmations: It is similar to Coué method – an approach using autosuggestion to boost self-confidence – of French psychologist and pharmacist Emile Coué. This second step consists in writing down positive statements about oneself and reading them out loud in the morning. By doing this, you program yourself to be both confident and successful in everything you do.

Visualization: A crucial step that most self-help and development books mention. Visualization is about having a positive vision of your ideal life and imagining all the situations around it, even the smallest details. When you visualize, you need above all to project yourself as a winner and think in a way that everything is possible and attainable. Elrod says that you should do that for five minutes everyday in the morning.

Exercise: This is about including physical activities in the morning ritual so as to increase energy and improve health. Every morning, you only need to sweat their body for a few minutes and nothing more. Simple physical exerciseof 10 to 20 minutes is enough to start a productive day.

Reading and Scribing: Reading here is to learn from other successful persons who have already achieved their life goals via books. Hal Elrod encourages beginners to read 10 pages every morning, regularly; and to immerse themselves in self-help books rather than fiction. After reading, the last step is to put all your ideas and goals on paper while keeping a written record of your positive thoughts and the means set to reach them. The author recommends using a diary.

If these six miracle morning life savers by Hal Elrod have helped many people change their lives, why not yours? So, grab the book and start your own experience with the miracle morning!

Source: “The Miracle Morning: The Not-So-Obvious Secret Guaranteed to Transform Your Life: Before 8AM”, Hal Elrod, 2014.

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