As we look out across the landscape of our behavior in these times of great change, we see that many people are way too quick to talk about themselves and others in the negative. We tend, oh-so-easily, to bring up our latest drama, or our friend’s health imbalance, or the challenges of the world at large.
And yet, what many of us are learning (and thus integrating into our daily lives) is that it serves us and our fellow travelers so much better when we see good, say good and do good – and there’s a good reason for this.
Since what we’re talking about all day long is what we’re creating for ourselves in the minutes, hours and days ahead, wouldn’t it be wiser for us to keep our thoughts and words on the positive – and only on the positive?
In the old days it was common for me to be sitting around with friends and casually discussing all sorts of unwanted experiences. But that’s in the past. I don’t do it anymore. Indeed, why would I want to put my attention on any experience that I wouldn’t want to bring into creation?
Said another way, if we truly desire to create a better life for ourselves, both personally as well as collectively, we head in the exact opposite of where we really want to go every time we we bring our unserving thoughts to light by talking about them.
The Ninth Intent of The Code: 10 Intentions for a Better World says, “I create my ideal world by envisioning it and telling others about it.”
In other words, what we share in our casual conversation today is becoming tomorrow’s reality – and that’s a good thing as long as we keep our attention on the positive, on the highest good of all. After that, all we need is trust.
Clearly, one of the hallmarks of our time is that we are learning to trust at a much deeper level than we’ve ever trusted before. With each day that passes, more and more of us are trusting, to the depth and breadth of our soul, that the Law of Attraction, Precipitation and Manifestation works.
Trust that our thoughts do, in fact, create our future. And trust that everything improves immensely for us when we become increasingly more vigilant and aware of what it is we’re creating with our everyday thoughts and words.