Whatever You Think About You Attract
I’ve written along this subject line before but wanted to do it again because it’s so powerful. So again, “whatever you think about you attract”. Does that make sense? Math is a weakness of mine and so I can fully respect that for some people abstract thinking is not a strong point. To understand that statement, one needs to think a little deeply for a moment. This has nothing to do with intelligence because we all have preferences in the way we think about things.
I just wanted to make sure I didn’t poke or sting anyone’s feelings.
Now, let’s get into the meaning of this statement, for those who are interested. Basically, our thoughts are powerful. They influence our feelings. We act very heavily upon our feelings and so our thoughts influence our actions.
Let’s say someone is having some cash flow issues and they hear that “whatever you think about you attract” bit. They might spend much of the day thinking about how they don’t want to be broke or how they don’t want to have a money problem anymore. Interestingly though, because these thoughts imply the mind is focusing on being broke and that there IS a money problem, one’s feelings can’t help but be affected negatively because the focus is still ON the problem. And our feelings are so majorly influential that we will struggle to withhold our negative feelings from leading to negative actions. For example, how many of us have quit a workout or diet goal because something in our life made us upset and we justified quitting because of said upsetting thing? It happens all the time.
Feelings are important. That’s why it’s recommended that people learn to manage stress. Being emotionally upset messes up the equilibrium in the body. It shoves you right out of your groove.
So what should a broke person do? First of all, logic is not thrown out the window. A person should absolutely make good decisions about how they are spending their money if their money is tight. Now that’s out of the way, this person could keep positive thoughts in his head and think about what he does have. Focusing on being grateful for the things he does have will give his body some positive feelings which will combat any negative ones and help support this person to have the strength required for the right decisions. Relentlessly making the right decisions carries a person to their goal much faster than if they are so weighed down by being upset and depressed that half of their decisions do not lead to their ultimate goal. Something is always going well in our lives, so that needs to be drawn out and made a top thought priority.
If you struggle thinking of something that’s going well, pick a body part of yours that works and be thankful it’s there and serving you. Imagine what you’d do without it. Yikes, right?
So there. “Whatever you think about you attract” isn’t magic, it’s real. It’s much like karma, which is also not magic. People all over the world find their own way to describe things that don’t have a name and so the “law of attraction” and “karma” are just that.
I encourage you to try this in your life in some way or other. Try it with your self esteem, your diabetes, your financial situation, your relationships, etc. Just try it.
It’s completely changed my life for the better. I mean it. And I want awesome things for all of you. You deserve it. If you want some support with this and other health issues consider checking out my website, sysymorales.com.
Do share your thoughts in the comments! I really appreciate the feedback.