We are what we think, we attract what we are. Becoming aware of the circles of the universe.
You reap what you sow. What goes around comes around. Your actions have consequences. Your thoughts become reality. Or someone else may call it karma. When I first read "The Secret - Ronda Bryne- I was dead afraid of these scary sentences. It was in my late teens and I realized that if my thoughts would become reality I would turn out even fatter, or more unappealing than I thought I was. We all struggle with an array of complexes in puberty. We are not smart enough, pretty enough, interesting enough, 'liked' enough. And exactly at that age I became to realize how my thinking was influencing my daily reality.
You may be a 'believer' in the karma rule or you may write if off as religious mumbo jumbo, but think about this: Your emotions, thoughts and feeling already have a clear impact on your daily life in ways that are very clear. If you wake up in a very bad mood, you will probably have less nices encounters on your commute or with your colleagues. If you focus on how insecure you are about yourself, those thoughts will only empower that feeling. So why not take it further?
Imagine all the things you would like to have in your life. All the things you would like to focus on. Would you like to empower yourself at work? Or bring new life into your routine or relationship? The best way to start is to think, act and see yourself as the person you wish to be. Sounds very wooly I know. Let me give you one example out of my life:
When I was 20 my mom died. As if sadness alone wasn't enough I had a flock of eager family members harrassing me for various things. One aunt wanted to have my mom's shoes. The other wanted to sit in our garden, because she used to do that with my mom. (Don't worry she wouldn't come in) The other aunt went out during the funeral, because the ceremony didn't agree with her religious beliefs. Fine. Fine. Fine. I had no patience in me left to endure these toxic people in my life, so I simply cut them off. I didn't answer the phone calls or e-mails anymore. I zoned out. And surprisingly they zoned out very fast. Every new relationship in my life had to be worthy, or would simply not exist. I was done with being 'polite'. I used the limited time I had after studying, and gymnastics to spend with the people who I truly loved. And my God I saved energy. Stop putting energy in things that you don't want in your life. In people you don't want in your life. Do it. It's refreshingly liberating.
Think long and hard about the person that you are and who you want to be and suit up. Work on yourself and everything will fall into place. You will attract the things that are good to you, things that inspire you, that make yourself happy.
If you are stealing, you are only stealing from yourself. If you are fighting, you are fighting a fight with yourself. Think about it and try it. You reap what you sow. So focus on the flowers.