Morning Meds 1 9 22
When we get up in the morning and stand before our sink to wash slumber from our eyes
there are two taps in front of us, hot and cold.
We out of habit turn on our appropriate choice, we seldom give it a thought.
Which tap you choose to turn determines what flows into your sink.
How often do we use thus analogy in connection to our morning thoughts?
A tap connected to fear of possible circumstances brings out the energy of those possible circumstances.
If we open the tap connected to the possibility of desired positive circumstances, it provides a way to draw them into your life.
Have you ever noticed the great amount of detail that most people/humans will compile to describe an imagined possible catastrophe?
Who, where, what, when, how long, why, the severity,
yet if asked to describe the detail the circumstances of an imagined positive event, they don’t have a clue how such an event could ever happen?
It’s like a blank page.
No wonder it is easier to imagine,
fearful opposed to delightful,
trauma instead of peaceful,
futile over hopeful.
How poorly we have trained ourselves to create better things.
We seldom look at the other side of the coin.
If neither event has happened, both have an equal chance of coming up.
How much more is the possibility enhanced by attempting to envision what we would prefer in our lives.
Make a list of things you would like to see happen/change in your life and then fill in the possible and impossible ways they could happen.
Many of you are declared writers, all of you are creative individuals, have fun exercising your creativity.
Turn on the positive possibility tap.
Write your own adventures and success stories.
Your journal of how you helped your dreams come true.
I have a list of nineteen that I am going to start filling in with preferred outcomes.
They will become part of my morning gratitude thoughts.
Let’s make this world just a little better.