We all know how much mindset matters. We take time to carefully monitor our thoughts. Often worrying about what and how we should think. As a result, one can trip up their own mind play.
Put Out What You Want
Good thoughts, as we’re told, are important to manifesting a rewarding life. But are we worrying about them too much? Not enough?
In order to have a rich and happy life, we need to put out into the world what we want to receive back. That’s Law of Attraction 101.
Feel Your Way
How we feel creates a momentum of similar feeling thoughts, vibrations, and manifestations that come back to us, launching a perpetual cycle.
But if you’re like me, you may get caught up in overthinking all this…trying to figure it out too much…worrying about how to “work” the processes. You can get a little nutty worrying about what your energy is giving off.
There is peace in knowing we can try less.
Stop Trying So Hard
In Summerwind Magick, Rebecca discovers how to communicate with the dead. She channels the villain in the story by astral projecting herself without much effort. Granted, Summerwind Magick is fiction. In it, the story keeps in line with the magical realism genre by—hopefully, if I did a good job—making the reader think it’s real.
Carolyn Sohier, the protagonist in the story, discovers that mindset matters…a lot! In doing so, her career as a performer turns from a struggle to fortune.
None of us want to struggle because there’s no fun in just “making ends meet.” Sometimes we find fault with others, the economy, our politics, etc. When I do that, I find I’m my own worst enemy.
Turning toward what we want makes things easier. Not focusing so much on “what is” and trying to figure it all out, we can change our circumstances. We find freedom in a sort of downstream approach to life.
It’s not so much about giving up and keeping your head in the sand. Well, maybe a little. It’s about giving up the struggle. The fight. The worry.
This Sh*t Matters!
“How can I give up the struggle, when I there’s so much sh*t in my life?” you might say. Simply put by focusing on other things—like things that make you feel good. And not beating up on ourselves when we fail.
“I should beat up on myself when I’m not doing the right things. How else am I to improve?” The more you ridicule, the more ridicule you’ll find. Catch yourself doing things right.
When we give up the sh*t, we find peace. Mindset does matter.