“Oh sure, dreaming is the easy part! Thinking the shiny, sexy, happy thoughts. And so are the baby steps; moving with your dream. The hard part, is… well, actually, choosing words that imply you’re on your way is pretty easy, too… pretending is easy… gratitude, easy… finding stuff to be happy about, easy.
Help me. What’s supposed to be the hard part?
The Universe”©Mike Dooley, http://tut.com
Humans tend to complicate things, making life much harder then it is suppose to be. Why do we do that? I understand that scientists like to make things difficult to understand so we can admire their intelligence, as allowing ourselves to think it is too hard to understand their theory which can make us feel pretty stupid. But for everything else, why should we complicate our lives? Why not just analyze our present situation and just accept the fact that it is not as difficult as it seems to be. The reasons why people feel overwhelmed about their existing dilemma is that they do not really take the time to stop for a minute and study how to find the best alternative that fits them the best. As anyone would rush to get themselves out of their jam, they make quick decision that will most likely put them in a worst situation from where they started from. It is crucial to just relax, see what the real problem is, get to the core of the cause and figure out the best response. This way, you will avoid rushing making the wrong decision and exacerbate your present situation.
Let’s then start from the core. Start with a dream, and make it as big as you possibly can, filled with abundance and happiness. Then, get these thoughts running through your mind all day long, and take small baby steps to make all of this happen. You may say that baby steps are too slow, that i will never get there in time and blah blah blah. As I mentioned, think positive, NOT negative. So again, take these baby steps, and this will avoid you running too fast and hurting yourself where you won’t be able to get up and keep moving forward. So where are we? Oh yes. Whatever happens throughout your journey, always be grateful for both the ups and downs as you will learn plenty of lessons, which can be seen very valuable. So again, why should you complicate your life?
Dr. Dan Amzallag, PhD