With the Law of Attraction, what we think about, we create in our reality. Therefore, if you’re worrying about imaginary problems, you are actually in the process of bringing them through to fruition!
Have you noticed that many of us tend to get hung up on what is going wrong in society today? We get upset about laws we don’t like, we worry about what we don’t have and we get upset over life’s minor inconveniences. We complain about our governments, our taxes and our jobs. We overlook the many reasons why today is the very best time to be alive in all of human history. Below are a just a few of the reasons why today is arguably the best time to be alive.
Do you have to deal with the “Rumor Monger,” the “Slacker,” or other problem co-workers? If so, read this!
Many of us have heard that with the Law of Attraction our thoughts become things. As a result, we often believe we need to start thinking more thoughts about the things we want. However, overthinking can actually push our dreams away from us.
Could you use some new positive affirmations to start the day off right?
When we are grounded, we are able to merge our spiritual self with our physical self. Being grounded essential means you are focused, in the present moment and giving full undivided attention to what is happening in the here and now.
Know the power you have to shape the form of humanity with the way you love a child. Know the power that you have in the depths of your heart to move universes with simply the blink of an eye or a smile.
The golden rule is probably the most vital, positive, constructive principle in the world (in both a spiritual and practical sense) and it’s always been just sitting there right before us, waiting for us to notice it, take it and use it. It’s likely we even heard about it from our mother or family when we were children. There in the recesses of our mind is this incredible, powerful, yet simple, universal, commonsensical means of developing true spirituality, improving our lives and the lives of others.
We may not stop to consider how damaging or hindering our own thoughts about things, people, and events from our past can affect not only our present lives but our future as well. If we hold onto guilt, regret, anger, or shame for things we did or didn’t do; things others said or didn’t say, it is US that keep ourselves locked in a prison in our own minds.