‘Thought is the invisible link by which the individual comes into communication with the Universal, the finite with the Infinite, the seen with the Unseen. Thought is the magic by which the human is transformed into a being who thinks and knows and feels and acts.’
Well first off it’s now week 22 actually but I am catching up. I’ve just finished the week 18 webby and I wish I had watched it earlier because it really resonated with me.
If we study people/topics/trends that are merely average all we will ever be is average! THAT IS HUGE TO ME! I loved Shawns TED talk. I am so grateful for it!
It just sparked a fire in me. I want people to ask at my funeral ‘Did she have passion?’ and I want people to scream YES, she was the most passionate person I know! I’ve felt such a longing to find something I was passionate about – trying to adhere to peoples standards and societies ‘rules’ but I have chosen to really just think about what I love what makes me happy, what give me purpose this year. When I stop loving something I’m really trying to just say that’s it for me now. It’s a bit difficult when I don’t love my job but it’s paying the rent. But lately I go into work with the attitude that it is a stepping stone to get me to where I want to go, instead of the fact I don’t want to be there.
Be happy first. So simple but such a revelation for me. Your vibe attracts your tribe.
I was a little bummed this week though, I remember I had a smart goal in my DMP that I didn’t meet. I have changed the date. But I do understand that it’s because I must not have truly believed it.
What was I pretending not to know?
That with a little effort I have the complete power to use my thoughts to create the life I want.
What will the person I intend to become do next?
Well right now she will be finishing this and writing week 19s blog.
‘The incentive of attention is interest; the greater the interest, the greater the attention; the greater the attention, the greater the interest, action and reaction; begin by paying attention; before long you will have aroused interest; this interest will attract more attention, and this attention will produce more interest, and so on. This practice will enable you to cultivate the power of attention.’