I’ve learned universal consciousness is in control, not me. Even when I think I know the outcome, truth is, I do not. I must simply wait and see. Life has taught me to always think, feel and hope for the best because doing anything less, will only aid in mental, maybe even physical imprisonment. We all know, focusing on the lows of life, enables low vibrations, causing fearful thoughts which begin to block our vision, engulfing our creativity.
Love better, think better, do better and feel better is the new motto I wish for all to adapt.Dione Howard
I’ve learned, what I want, I must give, regardless of the expected outcome I‘ve decided to conjure up in my head. Life has taught me to be a master of my thought process, even in my emotions then simply wait with great expectancy, see what life has to offer me!
I’ve learned not to agree with other people’s opinions but to find out what’s true for me, instead. Other people are still learning themselves, learning about life how could they possibly give me a clear picture of me? Fact is, no they cannot. No person, thing or situation has authority over me, unless I decide to make it so, mentally.
I’ve learned that even when I think things are extremely f*cked up, they’re not. Life’s apparent set backs are just set ups, which prepare us for the greater good that’s truly meant to be brought about, for all of us. My part in this dream called life is simply this, to be present, be aware of how I decide to utilize the energy within me. To be a conscience participant of my creations, not a victim, but a victor of the reality I help to create for myself.
Life has taught me that the overly prideful will be brought to their knees and we never know if its going to be literal or figuratively, maybe even both. The same thing rings true for the individual who suffers from the “woe is me” syndrome…. if you keep telling life you’re the victim, you will be. We in fact do receive what we believe to be true for us. Yes, we reap what we sow, in other words what we put out will come back, as this is one of many universal laws.
I have learned giving people authority over your ability to succeed or fail is ultimately a choice. Being angry and bitter causes irritability, cancer and high blood pressure, just to name a few. You’re only hurting you. Being angry is giving a foothold to a force you don’t want to be a part of, do you? Focusing on good vibes only can help transform this hurtful thought pattern.
Life has taught me to keep moving forward and never stop working toward anything I want, never focusing on what I do not. Life has taught me to appreciate each day that’s being offered, as each day is a gift that I gladly accept! As we all know, our next breath is not promised so let’s rejoice and make the most out of life. Feed and focus on only what we wish to create.