So this week’s mantra is inspired by one of the smartest and most innovative people to have graced our little planet – Albert Einstein.
“The most important decision we make is whether we believe we live in a friendly or hostile universe“. ~ Albert Einstein
It truly is the most important decision. Why? Well because you can either live from your fears and not much good can happen based on that or from a place of trust and knowing that people around you have your back.
I’d say, choose option B. If you follow that advice, the world becomes a place where things just tend to work out for you and the help you need is always near by. It’s a no brainer.
It may be hard at times to trust the people in your life and life in general when you have many experiences of people disappointing you, not being there for you or even hurting you, experiences of things not working out at all and feeling like you have to fear anything that comes at you next. As they say though, sh#t happens and it happens to all of us but the important thing is that you can have a fresh start with each thought you have. Keep your thoughts positive and remember the people around you have your back.
So on those days that you will feel like you are slipping into your old shoes of fear and expecting things to go wrong and people being unsupportive or even hostile, here’s a little exercise for you to do. Take out a notebook and write down very specifically:
- Where did you feel supported and loved in your life last year?
- Where and how do you support the people in your life?
- Where would you like to receive more support in your life?
- What are the specific ways people in your life could support you in creating the life you want? In what way could the universe support you each day? What kind of coincidences would you like to invite into your life?
The next important step is to ask for the help you need. Pride and shyness aside, you have to ask for what you want in life – loud and clear. After all, most people are not mind readers and that means that we have to speak up for ourselves so we can co-create our reality with others without struggle and unnecessary misunderstandings.