Worrying

Before I start off today,  let me begin by saying that I migrated to WordPress over the weekend, a different more professional blog site.  Before I had the opportunity to test the software, I sent a bulk email to my feedburner subscribers asking them to re-subscribe using WordPress.  I MAY have been premature in doing so, because Feedburner MAY STILL be working.

If those of you who replied to my email and made the change happen to get TWO emails today, simply let me know; and my advice would be to remove yourself from the WordPress subscription.

Thanks

Chris

Worrying is using your imagination to create something you don’t want.

Abraham-Hicks

Tuesday, May 10, 2011

A truer statement was never uttered.  And again this can be directly related to last Wednesday’s blog:
Roots

I’ve also discussed this here before but I think everyone can stand to hear it again.  If you have two possible outcomes, one being positive and one being negative and not knowing which one will come to pass, why do the majority of people dwell on the negative outcome?  It is very unhealthy to agonize over something that has yet to happen.  If you believe in ANY aspect of The Law of Attraction, then you know that your thoughts create your reality.  If you’re thinking negative outcome, then you’ll see that outcome in everything you do.

Wouldn’t it be wiser to remain hopeful, to remain positive, to remain joyful?  I’m not saying to ignore the elephant in the room if he’s there.  It’s been proven, however that your health directly correlates to your emotional well being.  Stress and worrying needlessly causes physical manifestations.   I guess what I’m saying is:
Don’t worry!  Be happy! (LoL!)

Be  Happy!  Be Well!  Be Positive!
Blessings to you all.

Chris


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3 responses to “Worrying

  1. Agreed! But soooo many people fear being let down. That prospect of being disappointed directs people to mentally “prepare” themselves, which means concentrating more on the negative. I personally think it’s natural, but the ones who take it too far are the ones I feel badly for. When they have NO hope, only negative sights.

  2. Hey Jessica:
    This was a surprise! Thanks for the comment!

  3. I love your blog’s new format…attractive and really easy to navigate!

    Great post too…I found it really inspiring. Not everything is bound to always go our way, but when we are positive, in our faith we can overcome things we first thought weren’t possible.

    Great message 🙂

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