THOUGHT OF THE DAY

Why can refusing to react to our negative thoughts be a difficult task to accomplish?

Beyond our histories and our old, limiting beliefs, I believe a strong force of habit is responsible for our reactions to paranoia, fears and false ideas causing doubts.

Maybe the Universe is simply telling us we need to develop new habits.

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2 Comments

  1. Hey .i think it this point I read most of ur posts ..I’m curious how u got where u are ?? When u experienced a break through ,reached a clarity ?
    I know at one point it grows in you and becoming a way of life and the stronger u fallow ur conviction the more ur reality changes to be a fully yours ..completly created by you ..
    I find it fascinating and love to hear ur story .

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    1. Thank you so much for your question – I find it very flattering 🙂
      When I was twelve, my mother said to me, “Think positive and your whole life will be like a song.” That was the beginning of my realization that there is such a thing as creation and that we can arrange our lives exactly as we wish. Until this day, I believe it is the most important thing a mother could ever teach her child to prepare them for life. At the age of 14, I manifested a move from Europe to USA and realized that one can create miracles when they desire them enough – following this event, I decided to experience life in order to possibly find as many passions in it as I could. I loved change therefore I decided to live for the experiences.
      I moved around, changed schools, moved in various groups of people and made friends with individuals of various ages, nationalities and social status. I was also positive that these experiences would also benefit my writing. During this time, I also started becoming increasingly bored staying in one place or steady circumstances for longer periods of time, which only prompted me to desire new experiences which was my initial purpose. I knew that once I was ready to live the life of my dreams, knowing I had been everywhere I wanted and learned everything I could, staying open to possibly finding something even better, I would effortlessly change my life again.
      I’d discovered that my passion was helping people live easy and happy lives, just like I always felt natural. I never saw the difference in people, only different habits. I began coaching many to open themselves up to life instead of running away from it because participating in the happiness of others opened my heart like I couldn’t have even imagined.
      Then, Law of Attraction became a big trend and everyone was talking about it. Previously, when I would explain to others that anything I desire happens in my life simply because I choose for it to, some would have a difficult time wrapping their mind around this idea. I would encourage them to open their minds but if they didn’t wish to do so entirely, I would eventually leave them alone and hope that they would realize life could be better for them. Usually, they did. After LoA became a trend, I started reading many books related to the subject, happily discovering even more than I already knew, and even contacting some successful bloggers and authors, pretending I was a beginner to see what they would say. They always had sound advice. In some cases, I literally turned to another for true advice when I simply wanted to come to a conclusion in a new way and realized that truly great LoA experts are rare. Having much success teaching those around me, I knew that one day, I would start coaching others in creation myself.
      Two years ago, I discovered the practice of heart energy – it was included in a book I’d been reading and since then, I have only found one other source that dealt with it on the same quality level.
      The only trouble I had ever experienced was related to my convictions, not the practice of LoA itself. I had a transitional period where I had to become ready to live the life I desired permanently instead of wanting to live for the experiences. Using LoA during this time was challenging because I was frustrated with myself at first, regrouping non-stop and wanting to force my purpose, my truest self to show up. However, I am grateful for this time today, as it brought me to where I am. It could have been an even easier time but I was practicing LoA while still in my old habits and when one improves, new habits are developed. I simply desired new things in every area of my life and it was a lot but I did it 🙂 That is why the problem is never the process but knowing what we truly desire 🙂 I have learned that this problem is easily solved by feeling gratitude for one’s life just as it is, which immediately introduces novelty into it – the same principle we use to create absolutely anything 🙂

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