Archive | November 2013

Your life is what you make it to be!


Your life is what you make it to be!

Any of us who reads about the law of attraction or other spiritual/psychological topics knows that our thoughts have more power than we think. Our thoughts actually have a huge impact on our life. Whatever we think about, we create it. The way we think about something will define our emotions about it. People in the same situation can be either happy or sad, depending on how they are responding to it. The way we think can affect our relationships, our career, our health, our success or our happiness.

Many people do not realise this, and they just follow the crowd. They just follow the patterns that their family or friends have taught them. It seems like they are following something called ‘life’ blindly, without ever using their common sense or questioning those limiting beliefs that impacted their way of thinking.

As usual, I took the inspiration for this post from a real life experience. One guy I met seemed to be so limiting and negative and blind in his way of thinking that I have to admit, he pulled me down emotionally. I talked with him only out of politeness, but I just do not like his way of thinking. I am not anyone to tell him how to think, and he did not ask me for any advice regarding this, so I can only avoid talking to people like him.



This experience, however, reminded me again on the importance of our thinking habits. I have touched this topic many times in my previous posts, and I mentioned that in every situation I am always looking for the positive, I appreciate what I can, I am trying to be grateful for what I can be, etc. We are all humans though, and we are not perfect, so we always have a lesson to learn and a reminder can be very helpful to become the happier and more successful person we want to be.

Let’s appreciate this insight and continue to create positive thoughts and positive life experiences!


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Always expect something good!


These days I had the chance to learn or reinforce in myself one life lesson, which is: always expect something good to happen!

We could also say always expect miracles to happen, but actually we do not need miracles to happen all the time. Something good is good enough. Miracles may sound like something exraordinary, so we cannot always believe in them truly. But we can always expect something positive, that does not hurt anyone.



So how I learnt this lesson?

For my job I need to be quite flexible, meaning that I do not have regular working hours, and I might be asked to work extra hours in the last moment. This happened a couple of times recently.

You can imagine how upset I could have been when I got to know these changes to my schedule. I might have been upset, but since I am a ‘good girl’, I always accept these last minute changes without a word.

After all, I am still making money and I should be grateful for that. Yes, that is when the trick comes in. Try to always look at the bright side of life. In all situations, try to find what you can be grateful about, and not what you can complain about. Just accept it, and don’t get too stressed about it.

What I have noticed that when I worked these extra hours, always something good happened to me that was unexpected. Maybe the Universe rewarded me for my perseverance and gratitude.

So I Iearnt to accept, let go and expect the good. Today, I had to work unplanned hours, and already in the morning I went with this attitude: I expect something good to happen. I did not have to wait long, and I got something that was an unexpected reward for me for the day.

Remember to find what you can appreciate in all situations and express your gratitude! That in itself is going to make you feel better, and you can expect more good things to come to your life!


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“The woman who follows the crowd will usually go no further than the crowd. The woman who walks alone is likely to find herself in places no one has ever been before.”
― Albert Einstein