You must visualize having it now so that you could have it, now! Continue reading “Thought of the Day”
Have you ever wondered why the concept of fame is attractive?
It is not because one wants to be worshipped by the entire world.
It is because one wants to feel special and accomplished while celebrated for their unique talents. Continue reading “We Want to Feel Special, Not Famous… So, Why is Fame Appealing?”
If you express yourself calmly and eloquently, you will be able to believe that everyone can understand you simply because your thoughts are so clear and in order.
And they will.
When we want something truly and deeply, a blend of this desire with our existing fears can lead to worrying about losing it as soon as we manifest it. If you worry about losing what you wish to manifest, it means there are fears in you caused by past events that you haven’t dealt with.
When we stop expecting drama, does that mean we have actually grown up?
Does expecting abundance and peace around us instead of life’s curveballs void of personal growth potential but dramatic to the core mean we have finally figured out what it’s all about?
Does expecting the best instead of expecting the road to get bumpy mean we are ready to live at peace with ourselves, our minds and other individuals, and feel love for life while knowing that our dreams belong to us?
Does a desire to happily coexist with others mean that we are ready to love ourselves and everyone else?
Because to me, positivity is maturity. Inner peace is maturity. Maturity is emotional stability which is both happy and attractive. When you’re at peace with yourself, don’t you just see the light and realize how much you have to offer, focusing on what you have instead of what you are lacking?
All these questions have a lot to do with your inner peace, your natural happiness and your appeal to other people, including those you have set your sights on. Continue reading “Positivity Equals Maturity, Maturity Equals Confidence and Confidence Equals Appeal – Why?”
This is going to be quite a self-help-type blog post.
I’ve been thinking about obsession, manipulation and the need to attract attention (and, attraction) from the person one wants to manifest a relationship with rather than focusing on love. Sometimes, the need to be with someone and make a relationship happen with them can stand in the way of one’s ability to distinguish love from need which results in frustration over not achieving one’s goal of being with the person they desire. It can lead to one’s incessant questioning of themselves instead of self-belief.
Diving into relationships and knowing how to make the other person feel attached while I wasn’t was something I practised on a regular basis. I knew how to dazzle anyone I wanted to – that was me at my most immature. At one point, I was unsure where the manipulation ended and the love began even though my goal was always to reel someone in and simply run away after I was done with them.
That was me perceived by several exes I had broken up with.
When something in life upsets me, no matter how briefly, I am usually grateful for having someone supportive show up at the exact moment I have calmed myself down and reaffirm my belief that the situation will be resolved.
How does a situation such as this one usually go in your life?
The person to tell you that everything will be alright will either show up as soon as you have calmed yourself down or come sooner than that, bringing their calming and loving energy to help you.
In truth, we attract these situations and individuals, just like everything else. We either invite even more upsetting or loving and calming energy with our vibration and needs. If the same person keeps coming around to help, we are grateful for them. We are also grateful for those who offer to help.
We are particularly grateful for the moments in which worry fades away even when we fear the opposite happening.
Today, I attracted help from someone after I have decided that the situation in question was not a big deal after all. In fact, I expected to be much more irritated than I was. The annoyance that ran deep lasted only minutes which shows that consistent practice can turn anyone into a positive thinker.
It also shows that our thoughts don’t have to be perfect – they can be human. Like us.
When faced with upsetting moments, don’t beat yourself up. It happens. Don’t worry about how you might have attracted this circumstance but only look ahead with faith and trust instead.