I am inspired to write by what happened the day before, what I read, music - I can go off in fifty directions before settling in.
This morning, this quote resonated with me from Abraham-Hicks:
Each and every component that makes up your life experience is drawn to you by the powerful Law of Attraction's response to the thoughts you think and the story you tell about your life. Your money and financial assets; your body's state of wellness, clarity, flexibility, size, and shape; your work environment, how you are treated, work satisfaction, and rewards--indeed, the very happiness of your life experience in general—is all happening because of the story that you tell.
I have a friend who is eliminating or adding one healthy habit to her life per month. I could wax poetic about doing this.
I have done just that. Multiple times. For years.
But the mind. Well shit, that it THE hardest thing to quiet. And this quote emphasizes how much my self talk sabotages the efforts I make.
I can fake happy, but my mind can't. Not fully. And so I, on the opposite side of my healthy friend, sabotage myself.
When I was driving with my brother and sister on Monday, Tom said something like, "We've got this one life to live. And we need to live it. And if people along the way don't like what we're doing, well too bad." (My apologies if I botched that all up, Tom)
I believe this. Really I do.
The voices in my mind, they need to shut the fuck up already.
So many times
I must admit
You kinda bore me