Mindset:

Mindset:

What happens when we begin to look at life differently?  Have you ever felt that there is nothing in your life that has gone the way you wanted it to go?  I remember thinking back to when I was younger and telling myself that I would never be able to accomplish what I wanted.  My dreams were great, but they weren’t meant for me.  Someone else with more beauty and talent will do those things and I’ll just watch.  How crazy that for almost 30 years the universe had been providing me with what I needed for success, and yet I treated it with such despise.  I have always received what I need in life, and yet I always told myself I never had enough money, talent, or friends.  I focused on the things that my ego told me were important.

I lived this sense of life through the eyes of my ego, or fear.  I only made decisions with the energy of lack and disappointment.  I never thought anything was good enough.  Since we live in a mirror universe, what do you think I kept receiving, or seeing in my life.  More disappointment.  It wasn’t until I realized these thoughts are not who I am.  The ego pulls from past experiences.  It creates expectation of what we think we could have done better.  But also, how things should happen in the future otherwise we won’t be happy.  It creates expectations, and if it doesn’t go this or that way, we suffer from dissatisfaction.  These thoughts are old conditioned thoughts on repeat, and if we continue to listen to them, we will keep repeating the life full of scarcity.  When I realized I am not these thoughts, I am the one aware of these thoughts, I changed. Then I began to see the change in my reality.

I began to see that we are living in an abundant universe.  And the only reason we see things without abundance is because of our egos.  We can continue in this life thinking the worst of every situation, or we can see what a blessing it is.  The universe is always providing us with what we need in order to move forward.  To live out our wildest dreams.  And if we keep focusing on the “what if’s,” we miss the life we are living.   We miss the journey.  And in the journey, is OUR LIFE.  Let’s stop focusing on the end goal, and realize the journey is the best part.  That’s where we feel, see, and find the fulfillment.