This blog is about life and how our thoughts can manifest our universe. There are difficult situations we face in life and we can quickly be consumed with a negative mindset. This mindset robs you of your time and ultimately a harmonious universe. This blog covers many personal stories of my life and despite some difficult life events I chose not to allow the negative thoughts steal my peace. I hope my stories help you restore a positive mindset and an abundant life.
Over the last several years I have engaged in active listening
and observation. These communication traits have enabled me to be a more descriptive
blogger.There are so many avenues to obtain
information now a days.We are so lucky today to
have all of that information at our fingertips.Whenever there is a debate there is a race to Google to see who is
right.The unknown is no longer unknown.
I wonder is this a good thing? Some people on the intranet monopolize on other peoples hardships, but my goal is to inspire others to see the world a little different. Especially if you are a the glass is half empty kind of person. There is no underlying motivation just to lift someone up who may be down.
If any of you have read posts on my blog you will notice (most of the time) I write about the
power of positivity and the profound impact it can have on your life.I also write about the power of gratitude and
the impact that this can have on your life as well.This thought path really does have an impact
on your future.It is not an easy feat,
but a worthwhile one.Many people indicate that they are positive or
grateful, but their worldly actions show otherwise.I see so many blogs, videos, posts and articles on gratitude, but rarely
do the articles really depict the concept of gratitude. Most of the time it is a cash grab taking advantage of vulnerable naïve people.
The best way for me to describe gratitude is to feel the
graciousness in my heart when I awaken.I am gracious to see another day.There is an enormous amount to be grateful for.Simple things like clean clothes, clean drinking
water, health and family. Since my heightened communication skills I have seen
and heard others proclaim their gratitude, but few really demonstrate or really
have an inclination of what the feeling really is.Because when there is opportune time to
complain then they will complain.Gratitude is within your heart consistently and does not surpass with
miniscule events like poor service or unpleasant drivers.Gratitude is understanding that not everyone
has a great day and there may be a reasons that led to that incident.Gratitude is walking away with a smile and believing
and hoping that the other person will have a better day.Gratitude is better not bitter. Gratitude is
forgiving and not holding grudges.
Inso many of my observations I have heard others say they
are grateful, but they are mean, distrusting, gossiping, and disrespectful towards others. This drives me absolutely insane because
they are convinced they are grateful and positive. Perhaps to ease their conscience, but by no means is this a grateful nor positive attitude. Some people artificially believe
they are positive so that they may come into some huge windfall, but deep within their subconscious
there is that voice that says you are not truly grateful and positive and think what crisis will
happen to me next.
Gratitude and positivity doesn’t just come because you say
so.Gratitude and positivity is a way of
life every day all day.You breathe, eat
and sleep gratitude. It’s not a simple as saying I am grateful today.Actions must demonstrate the thought and as I
said earlier this is a difficult feat. I have seen so many people fall victim to literature, blogs and movies on the
power of positivity and how it can immediately change your life. This is a consistent life changing endeavor
and it so easy to fall off the wagon as negative thoughts enter your mind constantly. Keep persevering and believing, and you will
notice a few less negative thoughts each day.When your heart balloons with happiness each day all day then you have
reached the gratitude destination.