They show up all the time, don’t they?
You know, those nagging thoughts of doubt, weakness, and unworthiness. Like stray dogs who keep showing up looking to be fed.
Because we just keep feeding them.
Minds, like stray dogs, habitually know where to go. It’s a matter of training and conditioning, and we’ve spent a lifetime training and conditioning our minds to respond to life’s challenges the way we do.
This can be either good or bad, depending on the thoughts we keep feeding.
Our thoughts are really an extension of what our expectations are for ourselves in any given moment. Those who expect good things will usually find them, while those who don’t expect things to go their way are usually never surprised when they don’t.
Certainly, our life experience greatly impacts our expectations. But the most powerful influence shaping our expectations is how we choose to see ourselves.
We get to decide if we are good enough, smart enough, and deserving enough of the infinite abundance life offers to all of us. We get to decide if we are here to merely survive or to thrive and become all that we know we were divinely created to become.
Yes, it is a choice.
Nothing will have a greater impact on your life than how you decide to see the world and your place in it.
So, what are you feeding?
It’s a great day to be you!