That’s a powerful thought. My challenge to you today is to start looking at yourself as a powerhouse of creativity.
Your greatest success in life might come from this moment, your decision to see yourself with fresh eyes.
You might not always succeed in all you do, but your greatest triumphs will come from having the grit and determination to begin.
Given that we’re either attracting what we want through our deliberate use of consciousness or we’re experiencing a mixture of wanted and unwanted stuff, also through our consciousness, means that we must train ourselves to move beyond our current experiences.
To think beyond them…to imagine better and greater than what we’ve done.
Whilst it’s wonderful to know that we are not limited to our outer reality, yet…we can still find ourselves with limiting thoughts based on…you guessed it, our current reality.
So here we are, aware that in consciousness and through imagination we can create whatever we want and still getting caught up in the old habits of thinking. What’s to be done?
Prioritize that’s what. Make deliberate conscious use of these life laws your priority, the most important thing you can do in a day. Find a way to imagine yourself experiencing what you want.
Funny, how suddenly our day seems so busy when we have to fit in some visualizing, meditation or affirmations or whatever your particular connection to these laws is.
But if you can invest, five minutes, ten minutes, even as little as one or two minutes each and every day, then do it. Then do it again tomorrow and the next day and the day after.
The difference between doing it once or twice and doing it every single day, consistently, is the difference between being thrilled and amazed at the circumstances, situations and opportunities that arise and staying just where you are.
Do it. Daring to be your greatest self takes courage and boldness.
It’s worth it, you were never meant to live a life of perpetual disappointment.
Encourage one another.
Thank you, Elle, for this idea. I have so much trouble with my thoughts and worries.
I know what you mean Barbara, and as we take those baby steps, a minute at a time, we are training our mind to focus on what feels better and before we know it…wham…we have better feeling experiences. We don’t have to do it all at once…which is good news for me. 🙂