It’s important that we feel good in life. This feeling goes out as a signal into the universe and starts to attract more of itself to us. So, the more we feel good, the more good we attract.
It is also handy to have a list of Thought Shifters for any time we are feeling down. E.g listening to music, watching a movie, going for a walk, meditation, retail therapy, looking through family photos, recalling beautiful memories, writing etc. It immediately shifts us from a negative frequency to a positive one
Thoughts are powerful. Stay on a Positive Frequency.
As difficult as it may be, we have to look for things to be grateful for in any Negative situation. It keeps away harmful negative thoughts and can help attract a solution. See things in a different way.
No Job? – Be grateful you have skills to get one.
No Car? – Be grateful for public transport that helps for now. Etc. (Some people are painfully using Crutches.)
Gautama Bhuddha says: “Let us rise up and be thankful, for if we didn’t learn a lot today, at least we learnt a little. If we didn’t learn a little, at least we didn’t get sick. If we got sick, at least we didn’t die.”
You are alive and breathing. There is still hope. (◕‿◕)
Our thoughts and words are powerful and we attract what we think. As you continue to affirm that all is well and expect positive things, you will definitely attract them. Visualise things working out for you. Always have in mind that conditions will shift in your favour and expect them to.
Amazingly, they will!!
“You attract to you the predominant thoughts that you’re holding in your awareness, whether those thoughts are conscious or unconscious.” ~Michael Beckwith from The Secret. Click •••► (The Secret)
I live in London. In early January, (this month) I saw 2 women on 2 separate occasions crying quietly and walking down the road.
First woman looked Lebanese to me. Dressed in their attire. She was crying, her eyes were red and our eyes met. However, I was with a friend, holding her babies pram and we were lost – so she was listening to people giving us directions. I looked at the woman until she was out of sight.
In less than about 15 minutes, my friend popped into a shop to get food. I decided to stay outside with her kids pram. It was a double buggy and I always found it difficult to get through doors. Again, I saw another young girl, probably early 20s sobbing and carrying her shopping home. I couldn’t leave the buggy and go after her.
There are thousands like this – not just women. Men too. So, as much as possible, we should be kind to people. A smile, a kind word, a random act of Kindness, an encouraging text message etc. I have had days like that and a few times, people have been so lovely to me, not knowing what I was going through and the wonderful difference they made to my day. As much as possible, I reach out even when I’m down too.
Don’t let anyone break your soul or cut you down with words. Never drop down to their level. Know deep down – you are better than that and destined to do great things. Find your joy in life and continue to live it.
A bleeding heart hurts more than physical pain…. In total darkness. Not even a spark showing at the end of the tunnel. A place where life just doesn’t seem to be worth living – what is there to live for anyway? God seems to be on holiday, it’s not even worth facing the day….
Where do you go from here?
You have to find the inner strength. Some things that can take your mind off the pain is reading. Also, listen to music or just leave music playing in the background. Go out, write, draw, read, spend time doing your hobbies. Any pets? Watch TV even though sometimes, you can’t really “see or hear” it. etc. Try not to isolate yourself from friends ♥ family.
Reflect on times when you got through difficult challenges. Out of no where, help came in ways you least expected. Keep playing those times back in your mind – As a solution came back then, so also a solution will come now or soon.
A Bleeding heart will not bleed forever. In a matter of Time, it will heal and be Happy again.