What you sow, you reap. What you give out, you get back.
If you are angry, letting it loose on others or allowing it to fester inside you, you will experience anger coming at you from others. And your anger will just keep building. This is such an upsetting and wild vibration to be carrying around in your aura. The key is to acknowledge your anger and what has caused it – from within you. Journal about it and ask your Higher Self to enlighten you as to what faulty thinking in you is causing this anger. This is so helpful and you will find it more and more so as you get used to journaling and working with your Higher Self because you will be tuning in more and more to your inner guidance and so it will become stronger. You will be developing your connection to your inner wisdom, and, understanding so much more.
If you are kind and seek to love and to respond positively and spiritually, you will radiate this energy and will attract it to you. What you give out, you get back.
What you focus on increases. What you give attention to grows.
Most of us know how we can get very focused on the irritating habits of another we are close to. We think that’s just the way it is and we have to put up with it. We try to change them, put them right. The law here tells us that what we focus on increases. So we notice it more and more and it becomes bigger and bigger in our minds and more and more irritating. If instead you see this as a lesson to work with this law, then you realise that you need to stop this focus,
Journal about why it irritates you and what this tells you about yourself. Do you do this thing or something like it that you might be blind to? What is it teaching you, that this habit in the other irritates you? Choose, instead, to focus on what you love and admire in the other. After all isn’t this what you truly want to see more and more of? If you make this effort you will see how you notice that irritating habit less and less and love grows. What more could you ask for.
What you hold in the mind, you create, make happen, what you expect, you bring toward you. You get what you expect. It’s worth observing the thoughts you have and, doing this for an hour a day to start with, to help you get used to being more aware of your thoughts. We are so unaware of all those thousands of thoughts that run through our minds without any consciousness on our part of what we are allowing to inhabit our minds. You will observe that so often you are anticipating troubles. It’s such an ingrained habit that for the most part we are all unaware of. Look at how much people worry as if it’s essential to worry and part of the human condition. Yet worry is negative affirmation, focus on what you don’t want to happen! You see how important it is to change this habit and to consciously choose to focus on what you do want, the outcome you want for yourself or another or the world.
“All that we are is the result of what we have thought”. Buddha. We put the life we have, the experiences we have, down to luck, a matter of luck, for the most part but, in truth, our life experience is the result of what we have thought and expected.
“Life is not happening to you. Life is responding to you.” I Am University
We have unconsciously been creating all that we are and experience, not realising the power of the mind. Now it is time to wake up and become conscious of how we are thinking and use this power to consciously create for the good of ourselves and all.