Saturday, June 25, 2011

Choose Again...

It is no surprise that our thoughts create. The world we live in is exactly the one that we have designed and we are 100% responsible for it. Hardball metaphysics - no blame, no victim, no martyr. It's our energy and vibration that is calling circumstances to us so that we might learn from them - learn how to better control our energy, learn deep soul lessons. They are not good, bad or indifferent, they just are circumstances to which we are a vibrational match. With that knowledge, we must be ever diligent in watching our thoughts. Our mind is like a puppy that needs training. We have millions of thoughts in a day and some come and go without regard, some make us happy. It's the thoughts that are charged with negative emotion, anger, hate, fear, self-righteousness and degradation. Those are the thoughts that we cannot afford to take a foot hold in our lives. As the book says, "You Can't Afford The Luxury of Negative Thought." Some thoughts become habitual and then they become a "story" that we begin to live by. The Universe will do everything to make you right and if you're telling a story of lack, limitation or one of being a victim; you cannot be surprised when your life is not working out the way you want it to. It's self perpetuating and yet we often proceed as if we are at the effect of our circumstances - complaining, frustrated and overwhelmed.

We are so powerful - beyond measure - let's be more vigilant in which thoughts we allow to take root. Stop the negative buzz and chatter during the day. Stop bitching and complaining. Take deliberate moments to compliment someone, even if you can only find one thing that is worth complimenting in them. Appreciate more and let the bitterness take a back seat. As Abraham would say, "Wag more and bark less." It will change your life. The better it gets, the better it gets. Let's look for "the better" in our lives this week. 

1 comment:

  1. Good Vibes and Bad Vibes
    This has been a catch phrase since the early jazz age and stems from an actual physical reaction to sound waves. I understand the tendency for colloquialism with metaphors. I see you have equated this in "With this knowledge..." to "know thyself" and I'm really a fan of "know thyself" as long as I'm not leading myself into delusion. When we say to ourselves "I got a good feeling" or "I got a bad feeling" about something, as a species we have a tendency to remember the hits and forget the misses. So can you please explain how this "metaphysical vibration" exsits and can attract subjective circumstance other than "I said it does because I felt it myself ".
    Your pal in self examination,