Let’s make good things a habit

Do you have any good habits? Someone once told me, “I receive energy from Hi Genki in the morning and evening during Shinkiko time.” It’s become a habit, which is great. Negative energy is dark energy that does not want to change, so it prevents the person from changing for the better. Just by being able to take action, we can increase our Ki energy, which is like light, but if we can make good things a habit, the influence of negative Ki will gradually recede and we will be able to receive support from positive Ki more easily.

To explain a little more, our daily lives are made up of countless choices and actions, but when we make a decision and take action, we think about whether or not we should take that action. When you think about something, it is accompanied by a certain kind of stress, such as thinking, “It’s a pain,” or “Can I stop today?”  This is linked to the state of your body and your emotions at the time, and negative energy comes into play.

Habits are actions that become automatic through repetition, but this automaticity that the body has learned not only allows you to perform actions with less effort, but also allows you to perform actions with no time to think, there is no room for negative energy to take advantage of it. So, by developing good habits, you can act more effectively with less effort, increase your light, and save your willpower to think and focus on other important decisions.

For example, if you get into the habit of doing yoga at a certain time every morning, you won’t have to decide whether to exercise or not every day, and you will naturally develop a healthy lifestyle.

If you think about it this way, making it a habit means challenging negative energy, but you can make it easier to succeed by doing the following.

1. Divide your big goal into small actions and gradually increase the difficulty. For example, if you want to develop an exercise habit, you can start by taking a walk once a week and gradually increase the frequency.

2. Set a specific action or time as a trigger. For example, if you make it a habit to brush your teeth immediately after breakfast, you will automatically brush your teeth after eating breakfast.

3. Stay motivated by recording what you accomplish. For example, you can use a calendar or diary to record your daily habits, or do it with someone. Also, even if your habits break, we emphasize not giving up and starting again. It is also important to review something once it has become a habit after a certain amount of time.

Your efforts will definitely pay off, so take one step at a time to get closer to your ideal self.