I’m Aiming For Gentle Changes

I’m Aiming For Gentle Changes

Things To Leave Behind in The New Year

… the idea that there are actually ‘toxic’ people to get rid of.
… conversations about the planet being in peril.
… trying so hard to be perfect.
… thoughts about being too fat, too thin, too insignificant, too overwhelmed, too useless.
… the belief I must have done something wrong to attract a negative situation in my life.
… the need to try and improve the way someone else dresses, speaks, thinks, looks, behaves.
… sharing bad news just to prove I’m normal.
… communicating while in a terrible mood.
… doubting my ability to contribute something useful to the world.
… fighting against a terminal diagnosis, a seemingly unchangeable situation or declaring it to be a tragedy.
… comparing my level of success to what someone else may or may not have achieved.
… pretending to be sad when someone dies.
… believing what’s being broadcast in the media.
… affirming the reasons why life isn’t the way I want it.
… the obsession to prove how right I am about it all.
… trying to get other people to agree.
… continuing to bring the past into the present.
… the notion that a particular group, a leader or the government need to be overthrown to make it a better world.
… doing something in an attempt to teach others a lesson.
… the willingness to defend, explain or apologise for anything at all.

Things To Do Instead

… notice that it’s simply my vibe that attracts certain people into my space and that I can change my attitude about them, any time I choose.
… explore more of the magnificence of this planet and see how incredibly well it adapts.
… let myself feel whatever I’m feeling without making myself or anyone else wrong.
… think more about my own positive aspects.
… allow what might seem like a negative situation, to turn naturally into a great benefit.
… genuinely compliment other people on their good points, or say nothing at all.
… share nice news, anytime I want.
… communicate while in a balanced mood, to make the best things even better.
… believe in my ability to contribute to the world, by being true to myself, my own needs, my inner desires.
… accept a medical diagnosis as it is, then let it pale into insignificance as I focus on things I really want to be, do and create instead.
… determine my level of success to be more about how fantastic I feel as I’m following my passions.
… remember that when someone dies, my connection to them still goes on, as I raise my vibration to meet their new one.
… believe in what I know to be true by how wonderful it feels when I contemplate it.
… affirm what I want and why I want it.
… decide what’s best for me and trust others to decide what’s best for them too.
… connect more often with what ‘my source’ knows to be true.
… look forward towards a brighter future.
… focus my attention on what’s already working, what’s incredibly beautiful and what is truly amazing about our world.
… have faith that other people will hear their own inner guidance as I stay silent about mine.
… stand with the knowing that I am perfect, you are perfect and we are perfect, just as we are.

Published byElizabeth Richardson

Elizabeth Richardson currently lives on The Gold Coast Of Australia and is a Content Creator, Web Designer and Author of the International Best Seller 500 Confessions. Her writings have been strongly influenced by the teachings of Abraham-Hicks™. Elizabeth worked as a Professional Counselor, has trained to lead Group Therapy Workshops, attended many seminars by Robert Kiyosaki (world renowned best selling author of ‘Rich Dad Poor Dad), studied Strategic Intervention with Anthony Robbins and Cloé Madanes and is a certified Conscious Breathing Practitioner (Australian Institute Of Rebirthing). These days Elizabeth enjoys a life of freedom and contributes where she feels most valued and inspired. Her passion for living, loving and laughing, remains at the forefront of my focus.


  • Tim McGinnis

    Tim McGinnis

    December 30, 2015 at 2:35 am Reply

    Done, done and done my beautiful, transcendent, radiant sister. Your clarity of leading edge communication is truly a beacon of light for all who desire to live a truly happy life.

  • Michael D Burtch

    Michael D Burtch

    December 30, 2015 at 5:00 am Reply

    Outstanding. Thank you.

  • Michelle Morris Prince

    Michelle Morris Prince

    December 30, 2015 at 7:12 am Reply

    WOAH… you nailed that list!

  • Teresa Knutson

    Teresa Knutson

    December 30, 2015 at 9:59 am Reply

    I love them all!!

  • Cathy Monson

    Cathy Monson

    December 30, 2015 at 10:19 am Reply

    Lovely Elizabeth Richardson

  • Carmen Bramich

    Carmen Bramich

    December 30, 2015 at 11:52 am Reply

    This coming year will be so much easier now that the list is old hat. Its a great list.

  • Luana Marie Harrison

    Luana Marie Harrison

    December 30, 2015 at 1:56 pm Reply


  • Andrew Blackmore

    Andrew Blackmore

    December 30, 2015 at 4:18 pm Reply

    Did this years ago I have a good life Thankyou Elizabeth Richardson love your posts X

  • Aime Road

    Aime Road

    December 30, 2015 at 7:14 pm Reply

    Beautiful…but for me some points are difficult to apply..eventhough I know it is the way to behave????

    • Elizabeth Richardson

      Elizabeth Richardson

      December 30, 2015 at 7:19 pm Reply

      whatever list you would write for yourself will be so much more empowering anyway … it’s nice to know things are on the way xox

  • Aime Road

    Aime Road

    December 30, 2015 at 7:38 pm Reply

    Yes, it is true..????????thank you????

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