Your Thoughts Determine the Quality of Your Life

All great thinkers know that what you put attention to determines the quality of your life.

In fact, our dominant thoughts get planted into our subconscious minds, ultimately becoming the default programming that shapes our expectations and experiences.

Fixing your attention on positive thoughts calls upon life to support you. Choosing authentic expressions for your inherent greatness opens you to the creative, expansive and eternal aspects of your life.

You’ll live with greater ease and easily bestow your blessings to others. You may even become irresistible to them, a magnetic personality who can easily attract what you desire.

Or, you can get trapped in thoughts that suck energy away from the health, happiness, and creative expression you deserve. Negative thoughts about worries, doubts and fears grow into illness, unhappiness and lack. Carry this message around internally and watch what shows up. Or, please don’t!

The fact is you don’t really have to say or do anything to attract or repel others. They can feel your energy and mood as you walk into the room.

Try this: Before you enter a room full of people, think of something that really cracks you up, something so funny that the memory of it always makes you laugh out loud. Allow yourself to feel the humor as deeply as possible and then—wipe the silly look off your face and proceed into the room. You’ll be positively glowing with positivity!

Notice how people respond to you. They want to know what’s going on… why are you so light and happy? What have you got that they haven’t? Can they get some too?

Of course they can. There’s more than enough to go around. Your mission is to feel good, and let others follow your lead.

What you focus on expands; the quality of your being attracts the quality of your life. Yes, it really is that simple.

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About the Author:
Peter Winlsow is a life coach based in Scottsdale Arizona, serving Phoenix, Scottsdale, Glendale, Mesa, Tempe, Peoria and all surrounding metro-Phoenix cities. Read more about him at www.peterwinslow.com.