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15 thoughts on “Changing the Way You Look at Things

    • [email protected] says:

      My pleasure – so glad you stopped by. It’s so very true, isn’t it? It’s the way things really happen, we just don’t always see it.

  1. Hi Julianna

    I was reading the book of new science biologist Bruce Lipton (The Biology of Belief) His cell research led him to the same conclusion. My spiritual teacher, Omraam Mikhael Aivanhov, said the same from a spiritual perspective – Our point of view (whether from the spirit or lower nature) influences our thoughts, feelings and actions.. Thanks for your visit to my blog.
    Susan

    • [email protected] says:

      Susan – I haven’t read Lipton’s book but have heard many good things about it over the years. I have really enjoyed Lynne McTaggert’s work (it reviews all the scientific research and data on this concept). Or, if you’re open spiritually (which it sounds like you are), my all-time favorite is William Buhlman’s “Adventures Beyond the Body.” It caused everything to finally gel for me. Let me know if you read it and what you think. Best – Julianna

    • [email protected] says:

      Ps – where do you get the images on your blog? They’re fabulous!

  2. Love that thought, and love Wayne Dyer!
    I unfortunately had to end a friendship out of sheer frustration, since the person absolutely refused to change the way she looked at things. I just had to distance myself from her, as she is permanently stuck in seeing only the negatives of life. I really tried my best, but when the person refuses to admit they need help… sometimes we just have to move on to protect ourselves! Sigh. It’s too bad…

    • [email protected] says:

      Good work on protecting your own energy by ending it. One of my favorite memories of my Coach training was the concept of “saving” someone (or changing them). The visual that sticks with me is that “if you pull someone out of a pit, before they’ve learned whatever they’re in there for, they’ll just end up digging themselves another pit.” In other words, we can never save/change anyone…it’s not up to us, and we certainly don’t know the bigger soul-picture of why they’re in there in the first place. All we can do is take care of our own saving/changes – and be as compassionate as possible, with ourselves and others, in the process. Nice “chatting” with you! 😉

    • [email protected] says:

      Thanks for being part of the change, shinemysparkle!

    • [email protected] says:

      It always amazes me, Julie, how much a situation can change simply by us choosing to look at it differently…it’s kind of a magical shift that happens.

    • [email protected] says:

      Lynn – that’s another fabulous way of saying it. Thanks for stopping by and being part of this energy!

    • [email protected] says:

      Great to have you here, zirah1! Yes, it’s really lovely to connect with like-minded folks…