How many times a day do we wish for something to be different in our lives? Ten times? Twenty times? Even more? We want better relationships with our partners, family, and friends. Maybe we wish for more of them or less. Friends are god’s way of apologizing for our families.
We live in a society that is obsessed with numbers. I have over 1200 people following me on Twitter and about 1400 friends on Facebook. I don’t know most of these people but they read my columns, blog posts, and other media. They feel a stronger connection if they can digitally connect. I am starting to see what it is like to be in the public eye. I could wish for more privacy but I don’t. The way to help as many people as possible is to be connected to them through various social networking sites.
Wishing is a healthy action. Wishing doesn’t mean that our present life is unacceptable but wishing is adding something to our life that would increase our joy and satisfaction. It requires not only a new thought but also a new attitude.
First, you must think that you are worthy of something added to your life. You cannot attract something if your attraction is turned off. So get turned on!
Second, you have to mentally picture what you want in your life.
Thrid, go and find what you want. Touch it, hold it, and sit in it if you can. You need to have the object in front of you. If it is a situation and not an object, feel how you would feel in that situation. If you want to be loved, you must love yourself first before others can love you.
Finally, always be grateful for what comes your way.
Pick an object or situation. Something simple to start. Maybe a good parking spot or green lights all the way to work tomorrow. Once you can see how this works with basic stuff. You can WISH BIGGER. Think of it this way, you have to go on a first date before you get married.
I WISH YOU THE BEST (now you have a head start)!!!
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“Whatever you do, you are creating your own future.”