It wouldn’t write. It just scratched on the page. I’d grabbed my favourite pen only to find that the vibrant ink had gathered at the top of the pen rather than flowing out the nib.
What about you? Are things in your life that are not flowing as you would like them to? Is your energy (ink) gathering at the wrong end of your pen? Are there times when you focus your energy on something and it doesn’t flow as it should?
A change of perspective is needed, in my case, to turn the pen the correct way up for a while and allow the ink to flow as it should.
What do you see in the picture below?
Do you see a weed? Seed? Beauty? Or wishes waiting to come true?
It is all about perspective. You are not able to change the present moment or in this case the dandelion but you can choose how you view it.
By adopting the belief (which is just a reccurring thought), that ‘things are always working out for me’, enables you to view daily events in a more positive light, regardless of what has happened.
It is your choice because you create your reality.
You can choose to see the dandelion as a weed or admire its beauty. Which one will make you feel better?
If you view the dandelion in a more positive light, it will make you feel better, perhaps every make you smile.
Perhaps you get my point but are asking what happens if its more than just a weed or a seed. Here is another example:
As you are driving you are grateful for the green traffic light as you don’t need to stop. But when the traffic light is red, forcing you to stop – you have a choice on what to think. You could choose to be annoyed as you are late anyway and you hate traffic or you could choose to view from the perspective of ‘things are always working out for me’. So, you look around you and see the beauty right in front of you that you never would have noticed if the light was green.
It’s all about the way you choose to think about it. Your perception of the situation with your given mind-set influences how you experience it. If you know that things are always working out for you, you automatically identify the positive aspects despite unpleasant situations.
Perhaps you and your partner ended your relationship. It is your choice whether you view the separation as a loss or an opportunity to judge and be ugly to yourself; or with the mind-set of ‘things are always working out for me’: I have been freed to live a life where I am happy and the situation has created opportunity for me to be open to better experiences.
Perspective and choice – you are in control. You, and only you, get to decide how you want to feel.
What will you choose?