Message From the Universe: The Freedom to Choose!
“It’s so tempting to look at your present life situation, at whom you’re with, at where you work, at what you have and have not, and think to yourself, “This was obviously meant to be… I’m here for a reason.” And to a degree, you’d be right. But you are where you are because of the thoughts you used to (and may still) think, and so you are where you are to learn that this is how life works — NOT because it was meant to be.
Don’t give away your power to vague or mysterious logic. Tomorrow is a blank slate in terms of people, work, and play, because it, too, will be of your making. You will again have that sense that it was meant to be, no matter who or what you’ve drawn into your life. Nothing is meant to be except for your freedom to choose and your power to create.
The Universe”©Mike Dooley, http://tut.com
What you do everyday in your life is an extension of your thoughts and actions. There is a reason for everything, including your mission on earth. It is hard to determine as to why things happens a certain way, why this person is more or less fortunate than you, how did I put myself in this situation when i could have easily avoided it. Life works a certain way because of what you make out of it. I agree that not ALL events that happens is a result of your thought processes, but for most of the time, it does have a certain correlation between what you think today and what can happen tomorrow. I agree that an imminent death that occurred couldn’t be a result of the thought of that victim, but somewhere, somehow, things happen mysteriously for no apparent reason at all. Not everything can be explained in life as to why things happen a certain way. At the end of each day, it is important to take some time for ourselves and track our thought process of the day. Did I have more negative than positive thoughts? What was the highlight of my day?Could have I done anything to better my day? Did I hurt anyone today with my actions?
Since the next day is a new day, we are starting going through the same process as to determine what did we do right and how can we do better. If you feel you’ve done something horrible, you still can redeem yourself and fix the problem as the next day comes along. Nothing is lost, unless you just stay put and not do anything to fix what you’ve done wrong in life. What others do about their despicable act of cruelty is not really your problem. As long as you make the changes needed to grow as a good human being, your actions are of ultimate importance and never expect others to do good deeds towards you when they’ve done wrong to you. Many feel it’s better to just avoid you instead of confronting you. This is the coward way to go and most uses the path of least confrontation. Be different, as it takes a good person to admit their mistakes. We are all humans, and it is perfectly normal to make mistakes. You create your own path in life and by allowing only the positive to come into your life, you are enabling positive results to enter into your world for the years to come. Start today!
Dr Dan Amzallag, PhD, MBA, CLC
Author/Inspirational Speaker/Life coach