Yet again, another year passes and we all think (at least a little bit) about what the new year will bring. While losing weight, eating healthy, and quitting smoking are all fantastic resolutions to have, there is one thing that you could do that would make ALL of your dreams a reality, and that is to make it your mission to master the Law of Attraction this year.
The universe responds to your thoughts and feelings and brings you exactly what is going on in your mind. Unfortunately, most people think and feel as a reaction to the things that are already occurring in their realities.
This reactivity often creates a cycle of anger, depression, hostility or anxiety. For example, you become angry about something, and this causes the universe to deliver to you something else that makes you angry. Then you get angry again and the cycle repeats.
Wouldn’t it be better if you could find ways to think and feel positively throughout your day so that the universe could bring you more things to be happy about? If you could find a way to think and feel positively regardless of your current reality, you would be able to master the Law of Attraction and a new reality would emerge that contained in it everything that you wanted.
With this in mind, here are seven steps to take this year to ensure that next year your reality is leaps and bounds beyond where you stand today.
1. Drop the “struggle mentality:” Many of us have fed into the belief that in order to be good people we have to work hard and we have to do things we don’t like to do. If you hold this belief, the universe will continue to send you hard work and struggle.
Instead of hammering away at projects and work you don’t like to do, make it a priority to enjoy life at least a few times a day. Continue reading
The words we choose to use become the mantras of our life, and the energy we give off with these words influences what kind of a reality the Law of Attraction will bring us.
Positive phrases give off good vibes that attract a better life. Unfortunately, negative words and phrases give off lower vibes that attract negativity and unwanted realities.
So while some people may be suffering because of the words and phrases they choose to use, you can do the exact opposite and attract a better life.
Use positive phrases and expressions more often, and more positive things will be attracted to you. This creates a snowball effect over time, causing the good things in your life to grow and multiply.
Using positive words and phrases is an easy Law of Attraction strategy that anyone can use.
With that being said, here are a few positive expressions you can use to improve the quality of your life. These are all common, everyday phrases, so it should be fairly easy to add more of them into your conversations.
1. It’s a beautiful day.
2. The weather’s been great. Continue reading
Have you ever asked the question “why do bad things happen to good people?” Or (even more confusingly) “why do good things happen to bad people?”
Often we just throw our hands up and say “life’s not fair!” However, this is an incorrect statement because life indeed is fair. We all create our realities using the same rules as everyone else. It’s just that the rules have nothing to do with being good or bad!
To understand these rules, the first thing we should keep in mind is that many of us have been raised to believe that good deeds are rewarded and bad deeds are punished. We are programed to believe that if we act as if we are “good,” good things will happen and if we act “bad,” bad things will happen.
Now, this type of programming is used to manipulate our actions so that we will behave the way our parents, teachers and governments want us to behave. However, even though our parents, teachers and governments believe that good and bad can be defined and receive consequences, the universe does not.
The truth is, the universe isn’t punishing or rewarding anyone. Again, I’ll say it again for more effect: the universe isn’t punishing or rewarding anyone. Continue reading
As a former teacher who spent 7 years in the system, one of the things that really bugs me about today’s schools is the undercurrent of fear and control-based social conditioning that they subject our children to. Yes, our children do learn valuable skills and information, but often at the cost of their overall health and prosperity. Our schools, while they do indeed try, ultimately fail to fully harness the power of today’s young minds because they emphasize routine, discipline and testing over exploration, compassion and innovation.
Another problem today in education is that we simply aren’t teaching kids what they really need to know to be successful in life. While it is important to learn basic math, science, and reading to survive in today’s world, it is also important to teach kids how to thrive.
With some slight adjustments, we could quickly start to improve education by adding a few new subjects aimed at helping kids become healthy and successful adults. By teaching students information that will truly benefit them, we could start to transform education (and the world!) in a positive way.
1. Schools Should Teach Meditation:
Meditation is a fantastic practice that many people do not have any instruction on whatsoever. Meditation clears out the clutter of anxious thoughts, helps people focus, and increases mental (and physical) health. The positive effects of meditation are well-documented. Continue reading
“There are only two kinds of people. Those who believe that they are a victim of the world and those who understand that they are the world.” – Alan Watts
Most people are unaware of how powerful they truly are and even if they’re aware of the concept, they haven’t a clue on where to start or how to create the life they deserve. Too often we get stuck in repetitive thought patterns. A cycle of negativity that has been wired into our brains; manifesting the idea that everything in the world is happening to us, rather than creating a world where everything happens for us.
Take miracles for example. It is easy to believe that when a miraculous or unexplained event occurs, that it is nothing more than a random act. This, because we are wired to respond to the external. Giving our power away, we react to an event as an external happening rather than taking responsibility for our own creative manifestation.
In a study conducted by Richard Davidson, a world-renowned Neuroscientist from the University of Wisconsin. His research found that our thoughts consistently have a direct impact on our everyday situations, as we manifest the ideas we choose to visualize and hold our attention upon. Affirming the long known spiritual philosophy, that we are perpetual participants and co-creators, of our own everyday reality.
Davidson collaborated with Tibet’s Dalai Lama, who provided eight Buddhist monks (some of his most accomplished meditators) to take part in EEG and fMRI brain scanning. Continue reading