What are you thinking about right now—or at least before I asked the question?
Because what we think about, what we focus on, expands. We attract that which we give our energy (thought). If you want to see it live and grow, think about it, talk about it, dwell on it, and you will attract it.
If you’re worried about something, you are giving it power, and you are drawing to you what you don’t want. Keep doing it and you will manifest what you are worrying about.
The single greatest freedom we have is to choose our own thoughts. And that’s why we must choose them very carefully.
What you focus on expands. So focus on what you ardently desire, and manifest that!
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Life certainly has its ups and downs. And sometimes, we’re faced with challenges and events that seem particularly daunting.
Unfortunately, many people spend far too much time and energy making these challenges wrong and lamenting their adversity. What we need to do is acknowledge what’s happened, assess how it impacts us and the people we care about, and navigate our way through it.
In doing so, we gain strength and build character. And that’s almost always one of the benefits of overcoming adversity.
Think about some of the challenges you’ve faced in your life. At the time, they may have seemed overwhelming. But most of them probably turned out ok and, in fact, may have even had a silver lining.
At least on a cosmic level—and almost always on a practical level, everything we have in our lives is because we created, promoted or allowed it.
One could argue that nobody creates an airplane crash for themselves. And no one is responsible for a child’s leukemia. But ultimately, we ARE all responsible for our lives. And many of the things we would be unwilling to admit that we created, we often promote or allow to continue.
If everything has purpose and meaning, and everything can serve to teach us what we need to learn, then I think it’s a useful belief that we are largely, if not completely, responsible for everything that happens.
With this approach, we can stop blaming ourselves and others and put the focus on making the changes we want instead of lamenting, complaining and bemoaning our circumstances.