“You might have to fight a battle more than once to win it.” – Margaret Thatcher The Christmas and New Year’s binge-eating have taken its toll on our clothes. Every single piece we own seems to have shrunken significantly. Or maybe was our wallet what suffered the excitement of the holidays. We might
We seem to be naturally programmed to judge. Like we have discussed before, much of our judging is based in our need to find a coherent structure in the world around us. When we don’t have factual information at hand, we make a guess. Most of the time this is enough to calm our hunger
Have you wondered what defines you? Are you defined by the place you were born or by the color of your skin? Are you defined by a particular physical trait – the color of your eyes or hair; or your weight or height, perhaps? Are you defined by your physical possessions – the neighborhood you
We struggled with any choice that involves several possibilities. And often, we fail to choose at all because we know that with every choice we make, we automatically decline another thousand possibilities. With every choice we forsake the ethereal nature of what could be and we are chained to the hard reality of what is.
So we prefer not choosing at all, because in that “not choosing” everything remains possible.
The law of attraction simply states that what we focus upon is attracted into our reality. If we focus on the positive aspects of our reality, we will attract more of it. On the hand, when we focus on the negative aspects of our reality, our life will become full of new and bigger negative characteristics, events and experiences.
This is a rather simplistic definition, which in my opinion cause a great deal of confusion.
In order to really understand what the law of attraction is, first we must understand of what is composed: Desire, content, energy, emotions and action!
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