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#‎mindfulness‬ ‪#‎optimistic‬ ‪#‎meditation Pushing through fear... Some people say that I can take actions that are not related to my feelings - I can push myself to do something. YES you CAN push yourself to do something. You can push through fear. What are you thinking when you do this?

You are thinking "I will do this and I will be fine! This is an unfounded fear and I will be safe. It will be good for me to overcome my fear and not giving into it is the first step. etc..." These are your underlying thoughts when you take the action to push through fear and overcome it. You are indeed not buying into your fear and taking a leap of faith.

Once completed, this action gives you even more proof of your accomplishments and that generates even more Optimistic thinking that results in even better feelings and thus triggers better actions.

Thoughts create feelings which trigger actions - ALWAYS!
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#‎mindfulness‬ ‪#‎optimistic‬ ‪#‎meditation Gratitude... Remember to be grateful today. Stop for 5 minutes and think of 5 things you are grateful for. Feel the good feelings as you ponder your gratitude and stay with this feeling for a couple of minutes. Let the positive emotion momentum build.

You can even be grateful for an Optimistic future event where by you are grateful for the learning experience. Doing this everyday will help change your thinking to automatic Optimistic thinking and this will change the way you feel.
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#‎mindfulness‬ ‪#‎optimistic‬ ‪#‎meditation Stay in touch with your feelings... When you are feeling badly, note ALL your feelings. Ask yourself "What am I thinking?".

For each thought ask yourself "Why do I think that?". Take your answer and then ask yourself that same question. Do this a few times and you will find that it almost always leads to core thoughts of "I am not lovable or worthy" or "I do not trust or I am not trusted".

NOW take each thought and write down some balanced and realistic Optimistic Outlooks that you believe and that counter these negative thoughts. As you recite these new thoughts on a daily basis change them over time and go slowly up the Optimistic ladder and create better and better thoughts.

You know you are on the right track when you will start to notice a slight difference in the way that you feel. These small shifts add up on the long run.

It does work! Be patient and gentle with yourself.
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#‎mindfulness‬ ‪#‎optimistic‬ ‪#‎meditation Slight step back... You may experience times when your negative chatter increases. Perhaps you start wondering if Optimistic Self Talk is really working.

Rest assured it does work. What's happened is that you've uncovered some new negative thoughts/beliefs. Do not worry - this is normal and it shows you are making progress.

Identify your newly uncovered thoughts/beliefs and counter them as usual with Affirmations, Gratitude Statements and Counter Points.

Slowly you will no longer believe your old negative thoughts. It may take some time but it's not that difficult - it just takes patience and practice.
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#‎mindfulness‬ ‪#‎optimistic‬ ‪#‎meditation Reputation... We get stuck when we cling on to what we "think" people think about us. We either cling to the notion that we cannot disappoint anyone and thus grasp for perfection OR we beat ourselves up for what we have done in the past. Both of these are examples of how we deal with our perceived reputations.

We really do not know what other people think of us so STOP making stuff up! You can let go of what others think of you. You can tell a different story. Meditation teaches that we can just start over and observe our breath. In life, every day or every minute is an opportunity to start over.

If you are striving to be a better person and "snapped" at someone yesterday - then try again today to be kind and courteous. If you attempted a task yesterday and that did not turn out so well, then try it again today. Pay attention to your inner chatter and start to counter the "all or nothing" thoughts that are causing much of our distress.

If a negative thought comes up again - NO PROBLEM - just start again to counter it gently. Accept that it arose and applaud yourself for noticing it. Be patient and never blame yourself for not being perfect.

You don't have to be perfect to be good! You don't have to be loved by everyone to be lovable. You don't have to be the smartest to be smart! You don't have to be liked by everyone to be likable. You don't have to shine the brightest to shine brightly.

Today, give yourself permission to start over! There are many things you can do - just try and try again! It's all good!
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#‎mindfulness‬ ‪#‎optimistic‬ ‪#‎meditation Perfection... Many times we get caught up in trying to be perfect. We worry what others will think if we are not perfect. We believe that we are not of any value if we did not do something perfectly. etc...

We were taught this negative pattern of belief. You can start to NOT buy into this thinking anymore.

Come up with affirming thoughts that are more balanced than the ones above - addressing this obsession with perfection. For example:

"I do the best that I can do at every moment. I may not be perfect but I am learning as I go. No one is perfect and that is OK. I am good enough just as I am. I am a good person just as I am. Mistakes happen and that is OK - everyone makes mistakes. Accidents happen and that is OK - that is part of life" etc...

Look into a mirror and say these things to yourself as you really look into your eyes. Do this everyday for a couple of weeks and you will notice a huge difference in your life. You will be able to just go with the flow a little more and that is a sign you are releasing the need to be perfect.
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#‎mindfulness‬ ‪#‎optimistic‬ ‪#‎meditation Water... Your body and mind need nourishment and water to function properly. When your body and mind are working great then reciting Affirmations, Gratitude Statements and Counter Points will take hold more quickly.

Start your day with drinking one tall glass of water when you brush your teeth and another before every meal. Most of us drink way to much soda pop or coffee so why not replace just one of those items with a glass of water.

Water for our bodies is like oil for your car's engine.
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#‎mindfulness‬ ‪#‎optimistic‬ ‪#‎meditation No such thing as failure... We all had situations were we did not get to an outcome that we preferred. This can cause us to think that we are failures. What are your negative thoughts?

Stop blaming others or yourself for any outcome and think Optimistically about any undesired outcome by focusing on what you have learned from your journey and what small things that turned out good.

There is no such thing as failure - there is only feedback.

How you interpret this feedback is the key. When you look at any situation in an Optimistic fashion you will place outcomes into balanced perspective.

Balanced thinking is always the key to feeling good. When you feel good you act good - always.
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#‎mindfulness‬ ‪#‎optimistic‬ ‪#‎meditation Manifesting... Some say that our feelings manifest "stuff" in our physical world. I am satisfied with generating Optimistic thoughts for they will trigger great feelings.

When I am feeling great then I can manifest anything I want thought my own actions. When I am feeling great I have motivation to do more things to get me where I want to be in life. When you have the confidence to do many things then you notice many things that are available to you. You are no longer filtering your world negatively.

Did these opportunities manifest themselves because you are feeling good or are you just noticing them? It really does not matter what the truth really is. All you need in life is to feel great and you can do that by really believing great things!
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#‎mindfulness‬ ‪#‎optimistic‬ ‪#‎meditation It's never too late... Many times we get stuck in our routines and we say to ourselves "It's too late to change now." STOP yourself when you notice yourself saying this limiting belief. It is never too late to start anything - no matter your age.

Meditation teaches us that it's OK to observe our minds wander and when we do we simply start over and begin again. Sometimes we may start over many times in a meditation session and other times we may not. It's all about learning that it is OK to start over and begin again. That is what life is all about. The point is to NOTICE when we do.

The next time you catch yourself feeling badly and you notice yourself pondering negative beliefs or analyzing a negative situation that has passed or worrying about some potential negative future event - STOP and start over. Gently begin again being present and observing your surroundings in an Optimistic light. Ask yourself "what is good around me right now?" OR just practice "being" and not judging anything - just make mental notes about what you are seeing, hearing etc... If you end up thinking about something negative or you get caught up in some past or future events simply observe that you are "wandering from the present" and start again being present.

The more you practice the easier it will be to stay present and focused on the Optimistic aspects of your life. You can practice this everyday all day. Be gentle with yourself. You will start to change your negative habits in time.
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#‎mindfulness‬ ‪#‎optimistic‬ ‪#‎meditation Jealousy is a feeling that is generated because you are thinking that your "well being" or "value" is tied to some sort of possession that you do not currently have. It can be a possession of a trait, person or thing.

Optimistic thoughts about yourself and your inherent value regardless of what you have or own will generate positive feelings. When this happens you will no longer need any possessions to increase your self worth and value. Your jealously will simply disappear!

Daily exercise is the key. Come up with Optimistic thoughts that you believe to be true and that also address your self worth. You will then feel better just as you are and that is a good thing!
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#‎mindfulness‬ ‪#‎optimistic‬ ‪#‎meditation Changing others... You cannot get people to change their ways (actions) without helping them change the way they feel. The only way to change ones feelings is to change the thoughts that one believes to be true - beliefs about ourselves and our life.

If one changes their beliefs one can then change their actions.

Encourage the people around you to identify Optimistic believable thoughts and that will ultimately change their feelings and thus their actions. Give them examples of better thoughts that they can start to believe to be true and don't let them get away with saying anything negative - even if it is a joke.

Slow and steady wins the race. You and others CAN really change. It just takes a little effort.
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#‎mindfulness‬ ‪#‎optimistic‬ ‪#‎meditation Your own light shines bright... Many times we go about our daily routine worried that others may "outshine" ourselves. We think that if the people around us excel at their jobs then we will somehow look inferior. We worry that if someone else has a great relationship then mine will not look so good. We worry that if someone around us is attractive then we will not be considered as attractive.

Many of us were taught to compare ourselves relative to others. You can STOP this if you choose to.

What are your insecurities relative to others? Identify them and start distancing yourself from your belief in them. You can start with saying "that is not 100% true...." Then come up with affirming statements that reinforce what you have that is good and positive. As you recite these everyday you can slowly and steadily move up the Optimistic ladder.

One very important thing to remember: Letting others shine does not diminish your own light! Everyone can shine together!
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#‎mindfulness‬ ‪#‎optimistic‬ ‪#‎meditation Driving on the opposite side of the road... Training an Optimistic brain is like learning to drive your car on the opposite side of the road.

You first have to concentrate and deliberately pay attention to your driving. Before long you will start to automatically drive on the opposite side and no longer have to think about it.

Reciting Affirmations and Gratitude Statements regularly will retrain your brain to generate these Optimistic thoughts automatically.
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#‎mindfulness‬ ‪#‎optimistic‬ ‪#‎meditation Top 5 Causes of Negative thinking... As you observe your thoughts you will notice negative ones popping up. When you see them you can then address them however sometimes you may not even be aware of your negative thoughts.

The next time you feel badly take a close look at your assumption and beliefs about the current situation that is presenting itself. Ask yourself if your beliefs are of the following:

1. All or Nothing Thinking: Are you using words such as everyone, no-one, everything, nothing, all, nothing, most, least etc.... If this is you then change these words to something less extreme - it is very likely that your situation is not as extreme as you are believing.

2. Negative Conclusions: Are you describing future events in a negative manner. Are you concluding that a negative outcome is assured or expected? If this is you, remember that you are NOT a Fortune Teller. You really have no idea what will or will not happen. Since you cannot guarantee any outcome to be 100% certain then you have a choice of what you want to focus on - Positive or Negative. Knowing it's your choice gives you some distance from your negative conclusions and you can come up with Counter Points which are less extreme.

3. Negative Filtering: Are you focusing on the negative aspects of a current situation? Are you someone that scans for faults or deficiencies with your situation? This is your opportunity to focus on something a little more positive. Every situation has both positive and negative aspects and it's your choice what you want to focus on.

5. Mind Reading: Are you assuming what people are thinking about you or the situation? Have people actually said anything out loud or are you pretending that you understand what they want or need or think? This is your opportunity to find out for sure that the real deal it - ASK someone if you want and if you do not then focus on what you actually know and NOT what you are assuming to know.

6. Should: Are you someone who is constantly thinking they "should" do this or that. Are you living your life based on what you think others think you must do and thus think that you indeed SHOULD do something? This is your opportunity to give yourself permission to feel what you are feeling and do what YOU want to do. You can start to allow yourself to put yourself first.

7. Generalizing: Are you one that makes general negative statements about yourself? Do you say things like "I am a loser", "I am not worthy", "I am ugly", "I am not nice" etc... This kind of general thinking is extreme and when you notice this type it gives you the opportunity to give more detail to these observations and focus on some positive aspects about your situation. Your extreme judgments are not usually true - so look at them closely and examine them.

In all of these examples, you can see that it's the polarizing assumptions that are causing you to incorrectly focus on the negative. When you think this way you box yourself into a tiny way of thinking and thus have no room to feel better because your thinking has no room to be better.

Give yourself some space in your assumptions and allow yourself to focus on less extreme aspects about your situation. When you think and believe better you will feel better - ALWAYS.

Be patient and be regular with your "refocusing" exercises. It does work and may just need a little time to turn your automatic thinking around.
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#‎mindfulness‬ ‪#‎optimistic‬ ‪#‎meditation Accepting compliments... Most of us are so wrapped up in our negative self images that when someone gives us a complement we dismiss it by being self deprecating.

Make a conscious effort to ACCEPT COMPLIMENTS ALWAYS! When someone says something nice then say "Thank You". Stop yourself from justifying a complement immediately.

This will go along way to stopping the negative focus you were trained to do as a child or young adult.

Why not compliment 5 people today! If they do not accept it then tell them to accept it because you mean it! This will not only help them but you as well.
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#‎mindfulness‬ ‪#‎optimistic‬ ‪#‎meditation Are you stressed? We all use this term frequently. What do you mean by it?

Stress is just fear. Next time you feel stressed take a closer look and try to identify youer thinking. What are you fearing when your stressed? What negative thoughts do you have about your abilities? What negative thoughts do you have about a potential future outcome? etc...

As usual, identify your negative thoughts and ask yourself if are they really 100% true? Is there another way to look at the situation that is more realistic? Distance yourself from these negative beliefs by Meditation and Visualizing yourself letting these fears GO! Perhaps you can set them free like a balloon or throw them into a fireplace or cut them up into many small pieces and blow them away. Spend a couple of minutes detaching from each fear.

Next step is to counter these fears with Optimistic outlooks and recite them daily. Start off slow and don't reach too far up the Optimistic ladder.

When you do this exercise regularly, you will ultimately retrain your brain to think Optimistically automatically. It may take some time to undo the negative beliefs that are causing you to fear something so be patient.

You will notice that your stress will go away when the fear goes away because you now trust your abilities and yourself. New thoughts = New feelings!
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#‎mindfulness‬ ‪#‎optimistic‬ ‪#‎meditation No Flaws just appreciation...

As you go about your days activities today, refrain from criticizing or finding faults with the people or situations you encounter. We do this because we do not feel good about ourselves and it makes us feel better to acknowledge others' weaknesses so our weaknesses do not seem as bad.

This action is just habitual negative thinking and can be changed by first catching yourself when you do this. Catch yourself when you are judging anything negatively (including judging yourself) and then ask yourself "What is a good aspect to this person or situation?" "What are some positive observations..." etc...

One AWESOME way of turning negative judgement around is to appreciate something about your current situation or person you are encountering. Looking for something to appreciate is a great way of countering negative judgment thinking and refocusing on something Optimistic.

Consciously doing this on a regular basis will retrain your brain to do this automatically.
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#‎mindfulness‬ ‪#‎optimistic‬ ‪#‎meditation Ripples in a pond... Think of your negative thoughts as ripples on a pond. If you want to calm the pond you cannot use your hand and pat down the ripples in an attempt to make the pond smooth - that will just cause more ripples.

The only thing you can do is watch the ripples and "let them be". Don't fight with them. Just observe them without interfering; don't fear them, don't run away from them. Look at them, get close to them and do not react or judge them.

This is what is meant by people who advise you to "put some space between you and your thoughts". Space allow us to add that extra little bit of time we can take BEFORE you react. This allows us to react differently from our usual action.

The more space you give your thoughts the weaker they become because as the ripples go farther out they loose energy; you are not tied to them as much. Soon enough the mind will be calm just like the pond becomes calm when left alone.

Give it a try on a regular basis. You will definitely notice a difference in a couple of weeks. Be patient and gentle and everything will be fine! 🙂
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#‎mindfulness‬ ‪#‎optimistic‬ ‪#‎meditation Lots of exercises... Meditating trains you to be present and aware of your thinking and emotions. Saying Affirmations/Gratitude statements are exercises that help you change your focus to the things that are positive in your life. Focusing on Counter Points allows you to re-frame or change your beliefs by examining the facts that may or may not support them.

All of these exercises teach us to essentially focus on and/or replace our existing negative beliefs with NEW realistic, balanced beliefs that get us moving up the Optimistic ladder.

Pick what works for you each moment in time. It's like cross training for your mind. We change up the various exercises so our minds (just like our muscles) don't get complacent with any one exercise. When you do different exercises regularly so your mind does not get bored with just one. Changing yup your routine really does work.
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#‎mindfulness‬ ‪#‎optimistic‬ ‪#‎meditation Breathing and visualizations... If you really want your affirmations to stick then here is the best way to accomplish this.

Identify negative thoughts and come up with some balanced thoughts that are more Optimistic than your negative thoughts. Once you have these better thoughts take a couple of minutes and close your eyes. Take around 10 breaths and get yourself relaxed by focusing on your breath as it enters and exits your lungs. Then imagine a time in your life when you were really happy or confident or safe. Bring to surface these feelings again, visualize the situation again. As you relish in this Optimistic feeling state inject into your mind some affirmations in a gentle manner.

Recite your Optimistic Outlooks to yourself. After each affirmation re-establish your feeling good state and repeat your Optimistic statement. Repeat this as many times as you like for however many statements you have. You don't have to do this for a long time - consistently is the key. You will be amazed how quickly these new beliefs will take hold. Better beliefs result in better feelings - ALWAYS!
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#‎mindfulness‬ ‪#‎optimistic‬ ‪#‎meditation I have said it over and over again that our negative thoughts cause our negative emotions. More precisely, thoughts that you believe to be true will always trigger your emotions.

If you want to feel better you must change your thinking. Many times people ask me "I say my affirmations but they don't seem to make me feel better....why?" It's because you are not allowing yourself to BELIEVE your new thoughts!

Allow yourself to believe your new thoughts. Ask yourself why you cannot allow this new belief into your mind? Perhaps you will not allow yourself to think better of yourself because you fear being put down by others and you don't want to get your hopes up too high. Perhaps you don't want to think better about others because you fear that you will be thought of as weak? etc... What is blocking you?

Here are 2 barriers to believing new thoughts that you can keep in mind...

1. Thinking better about yourself is self contained. You are the only person who MUST believe in yourself if you want to feel better. It's nice when others give compliments and it is certainly not that pleasant when people tell you negative things about yourself BUT it's ONLY YOU that can believe or not believe what others say about you or say to you. Staying with a negative "self-story" can NEVER protect you from disappointment by thinking negative about yourself - EVER! It will only make you feel badly all the time!

2. Thinking better about others does NOT reduce your own self worth!!!! Many of us have the habit of diminishing others verbally in order to make ourselves feel better. We think that if they are worth "less" then we will be worth "more". NOT TRUE!! We also believe the opposite - If others are worth more than I must be worth less. Your own self worth or worthiness is NOT relative to others. It's absolute and you are worthy regardless of how worthy or not others are around you.

Remove your barriers and let yourself buy into your new beliefs. Believe you are worthy regardless of how others act around you. Appreciate the worthiness of others.

These 2 NEW ways of looking at your life and yourself will break down the barrier and ALLOW you to believe your new Optimistic thoughts.

When you think better and believe it you feel better!
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#‎mindfulness‬ ‪#‎optimistic‬ ‪#‎meditation Getting used to negative chatter... Most of the time we are not aware of our thinking. Just like when the fire alarm goes off in your building and after 5 to 10 minutes your awareness/mind adjusts to the point where you no longer hear the ringing as much as you first did. Your mind gets used to your negative chatter to the point where you don't notice it as much.

Identifying your negative chatter is the most challenging roadblock to thinking better. This is where we almost always get stuck and then declare that the affirmations do not work. If you do not address your specific negative chatter then the affirmations may not be that effective.

A great way to identify your chatter is by starting with your negative emotions - What are you fearful of? What is irritating you? What are you angry at? Now ask yourself "What does that say about me? What does that say about other people? What does that say about the world?" Meditation allows us to practice observing our body - emotions - thoughts in a non-judgemental stance.

The answers to these questions will start to uncover your negative thoughts. Use these to come up with more Optimistic Outlooks and recite those regularly to yourself. They will definitely make a difference.
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#‎mindfulness‬ ‪#‎optimistic‬ ‪#‎meditation Appreciate Others... Many times we see other people and instantly we feel negative emotions. Perhaps they have a life that we wish to have, perhaps they have the look that we wish to have, perhaps they have the relationship that we wish to have etc... We may not even know why but we just don't like that person and yet they did nothing to us to earn this dislike. Why?

These negative emotions stem from jealousy of others' accomplishments or possessions... We think that having these things also will make us feel better people. We don't feel worthy or acceptable so we grasp at something external to boost our self worth and soothe our negative feelings. We may even try to belittle the other person by "tearing them down" and being cold or even mean to them for no reason.

When you automatically find yourself being jealous of others and want to belittle or dismiss them ask yourself "What is it about that person that I can appreciate? What good things do they have to offer the world?" Gently and consciously shift your focus to these positive traits. When you find yourself bringing up the negative ones again then gently shift back to the positive.

When you shift your focus to something Optimistic it will allow you to change your own mood. When you do this on a regular basis you will see yourself automatically looking for the good around you and THAT will make your daily mood a positive one.
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#‎mindfulness‬ ‪#‎optimistic‬ ‪#‎meditation Change IF to HOW... One way to re-frame a situation that may be a challenge is to state the outcome differently.

We constantly ponder "if" I can do this or that task. The next time you catch yourself saying or wondering to yourself "... if I can do ..." restate it with "... how do I do ...". For example "How do I reach my goal." or "How do I do this or that. " etc...

Changing your focus from IF to HOW changes your approach and shifts your focus to something positive and this helps you move forward and asks you to expand the scope of your thinking to come up with a series of next steps.

Take small steps and that will help you come up with doing tasks that keep you moving in a forward direction.
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