Monthly Archives: March 2014
What if we believed we were an angel (for this blog the definition meaning a joyful state within us all)? What if we thought in every moment “I’m an angel”, what would an angel do in this situation? Would we be more kind? Would we be quicker to forgive? Would we recognize that if someone is lashing out it is a cry for help and not an attack? Would we practice kindness to those who are unkind?
What a simple concept. What if we flip this thought? What if the people in our life traded their expectation of us for appreciation? Would we feel closer to them? Would we strive to bring out the best in ourselves? Would we start to see them in a different light?
Last week we touched on the power of I want statements. I want statements vs I don’t want statements bring about a focus of what we want. When we focus on what we want we draw it to us. We are all biologically wired to want connection. When we focus on I don’t want statements, we break our connection with others and the things we want in our lives.