Beautiful Question Final Project. Brittany Ford PHL 103 April 27, 2013. What a Beautiful Question…. Do we attract the positive and negative things into our lives with our thoughts?. Why this Question?.
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Beautiful QuestionFinal Project
April 27, 2013
This is a question that has always intrigued me. The most intelligent people in the world have suggested that we have the power within our minds to dictate what happens in our lives and I am very curious if this is true.
1.) Ask; figure out what you want and ask for it
2.) Believe; Believe that it’s already yours and believe in the unseen
3.) Receive; be grateful in return of the things you are gaining from life
Let the universe know what you want and get it!
When you don’t see the results immediately you may become doubtful, recognize this feeling and change it to desire and hope.
“All that we are is the result of what we have thought”--Ghandi
1.) First I will create a gratitude list to shift my energies and focus on the positives.
2.) Next I will create a list on the things I want from life that will only increase my happiness and make me more grateful.
3.)Then I will create a vision board that I will look at and visualize myself having daily
4.) I will evaluate if my positive energies had an impact on the events in my life.
“Imagination is everything, it is the preview of life’s coming attractions”– Albert Einstein
I am happy and grateful because:
-my loving, caring family who raised me with morals and taught me valuable life lessons
-my great friends who bring positive energy to my life
-my wealth that supports me through college
-my intelligence and open mindedness
I am happy and grateful now that:
“Whatever the mind of a man can conceive it can achieve”—W. Clemont Stone