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Many years ago two psychologists conducted an experiment and proved that what you see when you look at something depends not so much on what is there, as on the assumptions you make, or the expectations you have when you look.

And since we’ve all heard that beauty is in the eye of the beholder, which probably means the same thing…only in more lovely language…I’m conducting my own experiment.

I’m immersing us in what looks beautiful to me.  And I’m curious…do you see what I see?

Beautiful Autumn?

Wishful thinking

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Beautiful Glacier Park?

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Beautiful, serene swans?

a picture for you

Beautiful sunrise? Courtesy of my Iphone.

a picture for you

Beautiful little girl?

a picture for you

Yes I’m a nosy one.  So are you going to satisfy my curiosity?   Did you see what you expected to see? Did you see beauty?

Elle Sommer
Elle is the creator of Live Purposefully Now, a website with a wide variety of authors and topics whose focus is on helping you to change/re-direct and navigate your life. She is a self-confessed spiritual junkie, offering a deeper more holistic approach to life. This deeper approach sets you on a simple path towards your greatest future, helps you remove those limiting beliefs that hold us all back and supports you in achieving your dreams.

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  1. Isn’t it amazing, when we slow down a bit, how the beauty of this world pops out at you ?

    • Elle Reply

      What a great thought GMS…and slowing down seems more and more necessary in today’s ever connected world.

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