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On your journey to finding and living your purpose, be careful what you think about.  What you think about on a consistent basis has the potential to become your reality.  Thoughts are energy!

Have you ever walked into a room and felt the anger, tension, or joy of others in the room?  Without saying a word, most people can convey  feelings of joy, anger or fear.  The thoughts they are thinking have become energy capable of being felt by those around them.

The energy you emit into the world, returns back to you.  Negative energy tends to attract negative events.  Positive energy tend to attract positive events.  If you consistently think lack, you will remain in lack.  If you think prosperity, eventually, you will experience it.  Stop saying things like “I can’t afford it’.  Instead, say “I am temporarily low in funds”.  The second statement tells the universe & others that your current situation is not going to be permanent.

As simplistic as it may seem, you are able to change your life by changing the thoughts you think, which leads to the words you speak!  Remember the Bible says “As a man thinks so is he”  What are you thinking about yourself and your life?


Comments on: "Be Aware of Your Thoughts!" (4)

  1. I really like the tip about not saying you can’t afford things. A mentor of mine also suggested saying that you are choosing not to pursue that opportunity right now instead.

  2. Stopping in from List a Palooza. Great! Easy to read and informative blog!

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