What do you think about? What do you think about yourself? Do you imagine yourself having good days? Or do you imagine yourself having bad days? Do you talk about how much debt you have? Or do you talk about how much money you have?
What do you think about yourself? Do you love yourself? Do you hate yourself? Do you enjoy who you are? And do you love people? Do you enjoy what you do every day?
Are you happy? Do you feel like you deserve more? Do you feel like there are people out to get you? Do you feel as if your life is mediocre?
If you have answered these questions in a negative manner more than a positive manner you need to know right now that you are at this point in your life what you are and who you are because of what you thought about in the past.
Let me explain.
In college have you ever thought about how much that you had? Did you ever think about how the heck you were going to pay back those loans? That was you, why didn’t you and said think about how much money you were going to have? Or how great of a job you were going to have after you graduate?
everything you think about, anything and everything that you focus on will come true eventually. If you ever believed you would get robbed, it will eventually happen. The energy you spend in your thoughts attracts those things you think about to your life. This is how the universe works.
What are you think about that that you have, the bills, your health problems, or instead if you think about how healthy you are, how you’ll be able to walk again, how you’ll be debt-free, and how you will have a great home, ever you think about will come to pass. It can take a couple of weeks, months, or years but it will come to pass.
You see, we are all made of energy. Whether you believe the source of the energy comes from God, or whatever you believe it, it all works the same.
Positive attracts positive, negative attracts negative, like attracts like. So don’t ever believe that your thoughts mean nothing. They mean absolutely everything. You will become your thoughts. You will have what you think about.
If you’re worried about having aIf you’re worried about having a miscarriageYou’re worried about having a miscarriage, you can have a miscarriage. You think about going bankrupt you can go bankrupt. Be careful what you put out into the universe in your thoughts.
The reason I wrote this article is because of the Netflix movie I watched called, “The Secret”. This movie was based off the book, “The Secret”, by Rhonda Byrne.Where I was challenged to assess the way I thought about my life and everything I had ever believed about myself.
I never thought that I could really be successful, that I was beautiful, that I was healthy, or that I was to be given anything. I always thought you had to work hard for money. Why couldn’t I think about money as something that was plentiful and easily made?
Why did IWhy did I believe that I wasn’t worthy of a great job, or that my husband didn’t love me? Why couldn’t I just think that my husband was infatuated with me, or that I deserved to even be happy?
No one had ever taught me that what I think about myself, my life, and my future what affect the rest of my life.
I thought about myself in high school I came out as in college. In high school, I believe I would be a college graduate. Believe that I would have a good paying job, and I believe that I would have been married. And all three things have come true. But after I moved to New York I had a wake-up call and didn’t feel special anymore.
I didn’t feel like I mattered or that I was beautiful or could get a good paying job. This is something I suffer with. I had become what I thought about years ago. But, I am going to change the way I think, from this day forward. And I am going to believe that I will have the 5 main things that I want.
- My own business
- Be my own boss
- A condo in Brooklyn Heights
- White Jeep Wrangler
- Be beautiful and in love with myself
Will anyone of you follow my advice and take upon this challenge with me? If so I would love to hear about it, and please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.