You have the ability to outsmart your brain and cause a change in the things, people and circumstances that show up around you. Your environment is a direct reflection of the ‘energy’/’vibrations’ that you emit. Your body responds to each thought as effectively as it responds to ‘reality’. It knows no difference between imagined and real.
If you’ve been following the Tennis Masters or US Golf Masters events, then you would have seen individual tennis players and golfers as they struggled with their own minds and their thought gremlins!
This week, have some ‘ready at hand’ power statements that you can repeat to yourself each time that a negative thought enters. Filter the conversations in which you participate. Vet what you watch on television, notice how much is being fed to you that is cementing disempowering beliefs. Select reading material with a commitment to reading things that enliven you and expand your personal growth.
Can you spend an entire day focused purely on things for which you can say ‘thank you’? How big a gratitude list could you generate over the space of 24 hours?
Are you keeping a gratitude journal each evening, so that your subconscious becomes more attuned to seeking out the great things in your life?
Remember: Like attracts like!
“An old man said to his grandson, “Boy, I have two tigers caged within me. One is love and compassion. The other is fear and anger.” The young boy asked, “Which one will win, grandfather?” The old man replied, “The one I feed.” -Indian tale.
Six minutes a day, meditate on your visions in a Mind Movie.