Keys to having a good life
You create the world you live in. The people we encounter on our path are there not by chance, but because we brought them to life. The experiences we have and the situations we face are here because we each made it so.
You are a powerful being with the possibility to manifest anything you like, but most of us do this unconsciously.
Depending on what you focus your thoughts and our energy on, your life situation will change—for better or for worse. What does your life look like right now? Are you at peace and content with where you are? Are you manifesting a life of love? Or are you manifesting a life of fear?
By becoming aware of our thoughts and realizing the power we have over a life situation, we can start to manifest good instead of bad.
It’s very logical—by thinking negative thoughts (I am not good enough/I don’t have enough/I am unhappy) we will have a negative outlook on life, thus attracting more negative experiences into your space.
It’s a vicious cycle, and we all need to stop it right away.
Begin from where you are. There is beauty in life. Connect to it. Be positive and grateful for the blessings you have. Be here. Don’t dwell in the past. Stop thinking in terms of “should have” “could have” or “it would have been better if.”
You are where you are! You cannot change what was in the past. Why focus on something you cannot possibly do anything about?
It’s here, where you are.
This is it.
Change your life situation by being compassionate, by staying positive, by forgiving, by focusing on love and light and space and gratitude and abundance and happiness.
What you direct your energy towards, you attract more of.
Meditate on the magical, breathtaking beauty of the world and soon that magic will be part of your everyday life.
What are you manifesting today?
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Editor: Bryonie Wise
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