Sometimes when we are so focused on a goal, we get lost in the wanting of it. And when that happens, we start to wonder why life is showing us more and more reasons how the goal isn’t working out for us. But it’s for this very reason: you got so caught up with the […]
This past week has really taught me the importance of gratitude.
Gratitude is one of those things I just don't focus on very much in my writings here. I've never really had to use it to any great extent in the past.
But as my manifestations get bigger, I realize that you can either see the negatives in life, or the positives.
If you see the negatives, you're going to get swallowed by them.
But if you see the positives, then you'll be lifted easily to the next level.
So today, I'm making this post about all the positives going on in my life, because that's what I choose to focus on.
In this Creators Circle, we discuss exactly how happiness can be increased from day-to-day, the importance of gratitude, recognizing the progress you've made in the past, plus much more.
I’ve been talking lately about the importance of surrendering to God in every area of life. It goes so much deeper than this, though.
Imagine living life as a perpetual conversation with God. Imagine if God communicated to you through your everyday experiences, and you had a sense of where God was leading you.
This would be a true experience of co-creation, wouldn’t it? You would express your own desires, and wait for God’s response. You would see God’s response through everyday experiences and intuitive flashes, and you would trust in God to orchestrate all of the details.
What would this be like? Is it even possible? Surely this level of communion isn’t possible?
I’ve been talking a lot about the role of God in your spiritual development, and also in achieving your goals in life. I’ve mentioned that trust in God is vital, of course.
Yet there are some steps we can take personally as well. We have tools that God has given each of us, which we can utilize to give us the best chance to live the life we want to live.
What tool in particular am I talking about? It’s the subconscious mind.