“Every thought we think is creating our future.” ~ Louise L. Hay
I believe when we are guided to a place in life there is something to be learned in that moment so I usually follow my gut and make time for the lesson. Today, author Lisa A Romano lead me to a video by Louise Hay which I have included here.
“Detached action is unselfish work.” ~Bhagavad Gita
Life unfolds in its own time, sometimes not to the pace we had hoped. When this happens it has the potential to distract us from the vision and the goal, so we must learn to detach. In fact, as I type these words I realize we spend so much of our life trying to attach to things in our life. We entered the world with nothing and yet our pursuit is to obtain things, which in essence is to become attached to things
Sometimes life is like a balancing act between the good things and the bad that happen in our lives. We are challenged to remain hopeful when it seems that Murphy’s Law has tipped the scales of justice to the bad side. It is at these times when we need hope the most. We need to have a bright hope that there is more good to be found than bad and that if we did not experience anything disappointing, difficult or unpleasant we would never have on the other side the experience to know the difference when life is going smoothly and all seems good. The forces of nature or the universe
“Visualize this thing that you want, see it, feel it, believe in it. Make your mental blue print, and begin to build.” ~ Robert Collier
In my initial discussion with Kevin Hall we discussed the importance of visualization. Kevin reminded me that our subconscious mind works all night on the last thought you have before sleep. He suggested visualizing myself standing in or by a clear body of water and seeing my goal flowing to and through me.
“Peace comes from within. Do not seek it without.” — Buddha
It does not take a large bank account, a beautiful house or fancy car to have an abundance of peace. Peace is something that is found within us by the way we choose to view the world. Peace is found in knowing there is enough in the bank account for your needs or being able to happily adjust those needs to match its balance. An abundance of peace is found in a home filled with warmth and family you love and loves you, not in its furnishings or location. Peace is found in knowing you have a way to get where you want to go, even if it doesn’t have leather seats. It’s about where you choose to go in your mind.
“There are some people who live in a dream world, and there are some who face reality; and then there are those who turn one into the other.”
Douglas H. Everett
Reality is in larger part a single persons perception. Yet, in life there are real situations which happen and to me those are part of reality. Over the course of the last 2 years I have been searching for a new career. I have work and it holds things together yet it is not where I wish to be or stay. The purpose of these 30 days was a result of a discussion with Kevin Hall about changing things in my life. Yesterday, a fact, a
There is a peacefulness and sense of belonging that comes from reuniting with someone who belongs to a family that has been a part of yours for generations. I spent the evening with a young mother, whose mother was my babysitter when I was young. When this young mother was a teenager, she babysat my kids, and now my kids were holding and caring for her baby. But it goes beyond that
“An idea not coupled with action will never get any bigger than the brain cell it occupied.” ~ Arnold H. Glasgow
One of the hardest tasks in 30 days of positive is remembering to focus on our goal. Not to ge
“What we think, we become.” ~ Buddha
We all know thoughts seem to play through our minds like an ongoing movie trailer. We have lists of things to do, frustrations of things that have happened, doubt over what will happen.
“The best time to plant a tree is twenty years ago. The second best time is now.” ~ Proverb
Such a powerful lesson in those words. Of course the best time to have taken action may have been in the past, yet that is behind us and can’t be changed. Therefore, the next best time to take action is now. Yet somehow we all seem to come up with a million reasons why we will get to it tomorrow, me included.
We ask questions about