What if everyone approached life with anticipation that everything is good? Ponder that for a moment. If everyone approached life with the anticipation that everything has good, what might be the outcome?
The Universal Laws support this concept. There are twelve Universal Laws, and twenty-one sub-laws, that describe ways in which cause and effect are related. There is no possibility of having one without the other. Thus, when something is bemoaned, it is being focused on and becomes what one experiences; the negative. When one focuses on the good in everything (the silver lining in the dark clouds), one creates good.
The Universal Laws are all inter-related and are founded on the understanding that everything in the universe is energy, including humans, and that energy moves in a circular pattern. Your thoughts, feelings, words and actions are forms of energy. What you think, feel, say and do in each moment comes back as your reality. Since energy moves in a circle, what goes around comes around. The combined thoughts, feelings, words and actions of everyone on the planet create the collective consciousness, thus creating the world you experience.
Everything is what it is – from the worst disaster to bliss. Some people might conclude this is pure lunacy and have the mouse poised to move on. The questions are: What will you move to? Will you move to more of the same or something different? Will you move to bemoaning the negative, thus, drawing that into your life, or focus on the good and draw that into your life?
The exciting news is: Because your thoughts, feelings, words and actions create the world around you, you have the power to approach life with anticipation that everything is good. In order to do this, it is essential that you control your thoughts and feelings.
Based on the Universal Laws change occurs in every aspect of your life, you can embrace it while releasing the past with grace. Many people go through change with tension in mind, body and spirit. You might not notice that you have braced yourself against the inevitable shift until you have manifested anxiety, mood swings, or general worry toward the unknown.
One thing you can do to anticipate that everything is good is to change your perspective by changing the labels you use to identify your feelings. For example: Reinterpret feelings of anxiousness as excitement that comes with eager expectation. With this shift, you can see the good that is in everything.
Although, initially you may only be able to imagine the possibilities, when you acknowledge that good is in everything, you can focus your energy on joyful anticipation and bring it into your experiences. Thus, allowing the anticipation of ‘everything has good in it,’ to carry you forward.
Making a transition from old habits to new habits is a process that most people have had little or no instruction or experience. Thus, it is important to develop a process to create a transition. Creating a ceremony to process your emotions is highly effective. For example: Writing your thoughts and feelings about the habit you now hold and burning it, watching the smoke carry the old habit away and thereby releasing it. Facilitate this ‘ceremony’ for each habit you wish to release or transform. Or you can welcome new habits by planting a tree, flowers, or get a house plant to commemorate the momentous transition. Sometimes the shift from denial about the old habit and acceptance of the new habit is all that is needed.
Whatever, you decide to do to make your transition from old habits to new habits will support your joyful excitement of anticipating the ‘good that is in everything.’
Dorothy M. Neddermeyer, PhD, Metaphysician – Certified Hypnosis and Regression Practitioner, Author and Speaker. Dr. Dorothy facilitates clearing blocks, fears and limiting beliefs. You can live the life you desire. She brings awareness to concepts not typically obvious to one’s thoughts and feelings. https://drdorothy.net