You’ve heard people say things, like
I feel bad
Nobody loves me
I have the worst luck
Nothing good happens to me
There’s no happiness in my life
Ever notice how true these statements appear to be for the people who say them? And the fact that it seems they get more of what they don’t want the more they complain about it appears to be statistically verifiable.
It’s true. The people who say, “I feel bad,” feel even worse. Depressed people who confess how depressed they are become even more depressed (I am not discounting any therapeutic modalities dealing with depression, just stating “what is”). People who say, “Nobody loves me,” find it more difficult to have a love connection. People saying, “I have the worst luck,” do. Nothing good comes to those who say it never does and happiness eludes those who speak those words, or post negatively on social media.
On the other hand, there are those who live a
They have that Midas touch, everything they touch turns to gold. They are always in a good mood, feeling unusually good, everyone seems to be attracted to them, good fortune visits them often and they are so happy, you just want to do something to disrupt their groove (slap them, trip them, somehow put them in their place, because this is just ridiculous. Nobody should be allowed to live this kind of life. If I were jealous or vindictive, I might secretly proclaim, “One day, they will get what’s coming to them.”).
Nonetheless, there they are… squeezing all the best juices out of this life and savoring every drop, while the rest of us wallow in the reality of everyday life.
While these folks living a “charmed life” live life like it revolves around them, the rest of us with our feet firmly on the ground know the reality is that life sucks. And for those who say, “Life sucks,” it does.
So there we are confident, without a doubt, that this life has nothing much to offer us – except to succumb to the hustle and bustle of being a member of this earthly rat race we call life – while we carve out our meager existence.
Yet, something within us yearns for something more…
Something inside us wants what some of those crazy people pretending-to-live-in-a-fairy-tale have.
What would you give for some good somethin’ somethin’?
The Best is Yet to Come
Want a little peace and happiness in your life? Think you’re ready for something good?
Isn’t it time you stuck your toe in the water, just to see what could happen… if you really could change your life?
The only difference between these two types of people is their attitude. Their attitude determines their vibrational frequency. This frequency acts like a TV or radio tuner, adjusting the programming that you get to experience.
Therefore, if you can change your attitude, you can change your life. The more positive your thoughts are as you develop a more positive mental attitude, the more good things will be attracted to your life’s experience, like these people whose lives should have turned out bad, but they decided to tune-in to the positive. It’s a fact.
Create Some Good Life
If you’re ready for a little of the good life, start by proclaiming it. Try switching out the words that you speak (of the thoughts that you think) for the antithesis. For instance
|Instead of||Exchange for|
|I feel bad||I feel good|
|I’m depressed||I am getting more optimistic|
|Nobody loves me||Love is coming my way|
|I have the worst luck||I am attracting good fortune|
|Nothing good happens to me||I’m ready for the best things|
|There’s no happiness in my life||I find happiness when I look for it|
These positive statements are referred to as positive affirmations, and the more you use them (and you can make up your own and crank them up… you get the idea) the more powerful they become. It may seem ridiculous, or silly, at first but just try it on, and see what happens.