Who’s in your corner?
When you think about where you are in life and you look around you and decide that the world is against you and that nothing is ever going to go right ever again then stop and think to yourself – why am I thinking this way? Everybody loves me!
And although it may not be true – at least not straight away – you will find that the more you say stuff like that, the more examples you will find to support it.
The mind is an evidence gathering machine. The moment that you put an idea in your head, it immediately starts to find things that support it.
Jung called it synchronicity, some people call it coincidence but as soon as you think of something (like red cars) that thing starts appearing in your life.
Thing is – the world is huge and has millions and billions and trillions of things in it – all happening at the same time. We can’t notice them all at the same time – it’s impossible. But what we can do is notice the things that we are thinking about.
Think ‘I am loved’ and you will start noticing evidence for that. But don’t just take my word for it. Do it.
Just say ‘I am loved’ three times before you read anything else.
Then read this: I love you.