Maintain A Positive Attitude

“we were about to be the rulers of the world, but then we grew up.” – Unknown

Lol…. That is so true

If you have ever watched children go about their daily activities then I am sure you are aware that they approach their day differently ( with an enthusiastic untainted attitude of expectancy). On the other hand, the typical adult awakens and goes about their daily activities with a more tainted (more limited and negative) lethargic attitude of expectancy. This transition is generally considered the “normal” maturation process.

However, the Law Of Attraction suggests that we should approach our daily activities from a more enthusiastic untainted attitude of expectancy to attract and express the desires of our hearts. That is, it is ok to mature intellectually, but it is important to maintain the child like attitude of expectancy and fulfillment.

This is the attitude that allows the Universe to fulfill our heart’s desires, both the intellectually inspired desires as well as our deep desires still unknown to the intellect.

As an adult, I now rekindle a childlike expectation of freedom and fulfillment. I therefore approach each new day refreshed with an expectation of completeness and fulfillment.

A Thought about God and Religion

“God has no religion.” – Mahatma Gandhi
…. But Man has many

Interesting thought .. makes you think a bit … right?

The Traveler And The path

You are the traveler, you are the path and you are the destination. Be careful never to lose the way to your Self. – Shihab al-Din Yahya Suhrawardi

This quote evokes a subtle experience of Truth and summarizes perfectly the Law of Attraction.

My interpretation: Life is a journey of scenes/experiences where the scenery/experiences are determined by what we accept about ourselves (ie. attract via the Law Of Attraction). However, we can lose the way to our True Self when we become lost in the journey.

Key Thought: consider the difference … lost in the journey/Being the journey vs. lost on the journey/Being your True Self and experiencing the journey.