Hatred, war, abuse….it all exists and it exists because of us. Whether you are the one actively engaged in the act or you are spending hours watching it, debating it or thinking about it – you are contributing to it.
Thoughts become things. By watching, debating or consuming your thoughts on negative events, you are activating a negative vibration within you. This negative vibration only creates more of what you don’t want.
Instead, imagine the world how you want it to be- and as if it is already happening.
Children are safe, people are free, happiness and peace are abundant, and there is harmony on earth.
“Give peace a chance” -John Lennon
Gratitude. You’ve seen it posted on social media about a thousand times. Heard it from the mouths of spiritual gurus alike. Heck, you might have even spoken it yourself. Statements such as “I should be grateful for my job. Some people don’t have one.” – “I should be grateful for the car I drive. Some people can’t even afford one“. Or “I should be happy he/she is with me. There are worse people out there…“
Since when did gratitude mean settling for less?
Gratitude, by definition, is acknowledgement of having received something good; thankful.
Wanting more doesn’t mean you are ungrateful. It means owning up to the fact that you control your life and you have the power to manifest what you want. Don’t live small. Embrace your God-given power of living a life that you’re passionate about.
Mantra: “I am grateful for all that I have and all that I have yet to manifest” #AttitudeOfGratitude
What’s the one thing that most couples don’t agree on in the bedroom? (Besides that!) Yep, you guessed it. The TV!
The endless debates around the world between couples everywhere. (Ok, a tad dramatic, I know). It is however a nightly debate in my house, and in the homes of many people I know.
I do agree that there are times when having a TV in the bedroom is useful. I mean, nightly news broadcasts and hockey games are a great way to set the mood in the bedroom, no? (Hahaha). All sarcasm aside, while the TV debate is one that many people have, some argue that reading a book in bed is no different. (To which I reply, 50 Shades of Grey. Enough said.)
So I’m curious to hear from others. Do you have a TV in your bedroom and if so, has it ever been a cause for debate?