Do you get up in the morning expecting that your day will be miserable?
Do you expect that your boss will have an attitude, that your co-workers will all be grumpy, that the newspaper will have gotten wet and be unreadable?
The things we expect, the fact that we think they’re going to happen, helps draw those experiences to us.
What if, today, you tell that snarky voice in your head to hush, and purposefully think about what positive things could happen?
Try it today.
Every time that voice pipes up with something negative, consciously replace that thought with “Only good things come to me.”
Keep repeating it.
By overlaying positive thoughts, the negative will sink down into the muck at the bottom of the ocean that is your mind, and that positivity will attract its like.
Calm your mind, your thoughts.
Add a tiny bit of positivity, and like a slick of oil on water, these conscious thoughts will begin to spread and ease the upheaval and chaos that is created by negativity and by our ego.
Which scenario makes more sense?
Why allow anyone else’s interpretation of reality to change your life? We are conscious, thinking, rational animals. Let’s be rational, and allow that good to come into our lives!
Why not try being something different today?
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With Grace and Gratitude,