If its still on your mind, it’s worth taking the risk.
Over the years I have been battling with negative thoughts which turned into actions. Some time ago I was introduced to “The secret”. For those of you who don’t know what the secret is, it’s the power of positive thinking. Truly believing in yourself that you can have all the things you ever dreamed of having. Putting it out there to the universe of your wants and needs. I recommend the book, it’s a good read.(The movie is long and can get boring, just my opinion.) It’s been around for many years now and some people still have a hard time understanding it.
I have been practicing using the secret in different areas of my life since I discovered that it truly works. I seem to always get that close parking. Even on Black Friday!. No matter my financial situation, I always seem to have more than enough. Heck, I used the secret to bring my husband into my life. It’s a working progress every minute of every day.
My sister and I discuss the power of positive thinking almost on a daily basis. We put our minds together and boost each other up. I am so grateful to have her support. Our circumstances may be totally different but we found ourselves on very similar paths.
If you find yourself feeling “stuck”(I have felt this more times than I can recall) or you don’t want to just settle for an “ok” life than I suggest taking the risk to do what you desire most. Start by surrounding yourself with all the things that bring you pure joy. Make sure you keep your eyes open because opportunities will start flowing into your life before you know it. The thing is to just START. Don’t wait for the right moment. Or say you will start tomorrow. This isn’t a diet.
I have created a dream board for myself as a visual reminder. It helps me to stay focused on what I desire most in life. I believe that I can achieve everything on that board. I also recently read a book by Steve Harvey called “Jump”. He talks about it on his show and you can find many video clips on youtube. That book hit home for me. To read about where he came from and how he got to be who he is today is just amazing. What he did differently than most is he never gave up. Even when he hit rock bottom he kept moving forward and stayed humble. I respect him because of that.
After reading that book I took a look at my own life and started to make changes. When I find myself stuck in a problem I stay humble and think of the good in that particular situation. I noticed when I ask for guidance or for something to happen if this is the path for me to take, something falls in my lap and gives me the answer. I feel like I notice the signs more now than I have in the past. Maybe I’m more open about it now? expectant? Whatever it may be I have no regrets of the big decisions I have made.
I don’t have an end to this story because it’s still being written. It has been working for me and, I believe it can easily work for you as well.