Good Monday, my friends. I hope you enjoyed an amazing weekend and that your week is off to a great start. April, Mia, and I are still running with our hair on fire getting ready for our big move now just 11 days away. Remember this evening, before you go to sleep, to spend five minutes focusing on the positive energy from today. This is a fantastic practice to get into right before going off to sleep.
My question for you this evening is, what do you believe? If you believe your future or humanity’s future is bleak, then you have to own that your thinking is contributing to that outcome.
If you believe your future and humanity’s future is bright and brilliant, then your thinking is helping to create that outcome.
The outcome may come immediately in this moment. It may come over years. Either way, the outcome projected by your thinking will become your dominant reality.
Yes. There will be bright spots in the darkness. Yes. The primary rules of this three-dimensional existence will still apply to you. It’s the environment you inhabit along the way that comes directly from your thinking.
To paraphrase Rumi:
Want more thorns? Think about thorns. Want more roses/? Think about roses.
I’m not saying this is always easy. I certainly have my moments and days where I vibrate more thorns than roses. When I do, I get thorns. Yet, with just a gentle shift in your focus, the roses are always ready to appear.
So, I ask you again. What do you believe?
You’re awesome! Stay that way! Thanks for stopping by and have a great evening!
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2 thoughts on “What Do You Believe? – Day 168 of 365 Days to a Better You”
“Yes. There will be bright spots in the darkness” 😊👌 I believe in goodness. That good things we do will find their way back to us. I believe in the importance of maintaining high energy no matter how many times life knock us down. I believe that those who are cruel, unfair and rude are the ones who need kindness and understanding the most.
Have a wonderful day Ray 😊
Beautifully said! That last part is counterintuitive to many people, but imperative for humanity goi g forward.