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.