I SEE GOOD, SAY GOOD, AND DO GOOD. I ACCEPT THE GIFTS FROM ALL OF MY EXPERIENCES. I AM LIVING IN GRACE AND GRATITUDE. I STAY POSITIVE.
When we have a thought that isn’t positive, perhaps it makes us angry or is limiting in some way. We can choose another thought that serves us better. This requires constant awareness. We must watch our thoughts closely and be willing to make changes in our ideas. In our spoken words, in our emotional investments for that which binds us to our old ways is a thought form hovering nearby looking to make us angry or sad. Its justifications are endless. To manifest our dreams we must stick to the Law and remember: our thoughts are our reality. What we think about, we bring about.
Then look closer still for the thought that works best: the one that turns sad into happy, anger into kindness, scarcity into abundance, irritation into peace, hatred into love. As we replace the negative with the positive we see that the results of having made this shift are filtering down into our daily experiences where we receive the gifts we truly desire. How often we jump into conclusions. How often we sink into despair out of habit.
Remember that all things can be seen from the positive point of view, if we are willing to see them with our spiritual eyes. All diseases have been healed. All people deserve companionship. All facets of human condition can be improved.
With this positive attitude, we are evolving and getting excited now because we see that our challenges are showing us something about ourselves that we can change, first by thinking it, then by being it.
Know this: It is within each of us to create our ideal by starting from where we are in this moment and expressing our gratitude for all things.
We can change our thoughts and change our lives and change our world by becoming perpetual optimists and lifting our spirits to the heights.
MISFORTUNE IS ALWAYS ACCOMPANIED BY AN INCREDIBLE GIFT. LOOK FOR THE BLESSING IN EVERY CHALLENGE AND YOU WILL FIND IT.
10 intentions for a better world – Tony Burroughs