Starting your day is starting over with one more chance to make the NOW what you wish it to be. I start my day with meditation, many times inspired by someone like Abraham Hicks or Doreen Virtue. I actually set my alarm for an early hour so that this is dedicated, sacred time. I have found in the morning that my mind is clear, that my heart is free of anxiety and concerns. But not always; and, when it isn’t free of anxiety and concerns, this is the time to breathe and take a quiet approach to settling the anxieties and worries, many times finding the answers in such a simple form. If more work is needed, I have found that meditation many times provides the answer in that quiet space. It is great way to experience the sunrise of on the exterior while experiencing a new sunrise internally.