Monday, April 3, 2017

Only What is Useful

Keep only what is useful in your life.

The memories that bring you pain are no longer useful, once you recognize that you can turn from them and create a better life for yourself.

If you feel burdened by a lot of “stuff” you have collected, consider how useful it is to you, and then discard what is no longer useful, freely and generously.

Weeding out the habitual attitudes is harder, because they have become so unnoticeable, but many of these are also no longer useful.

When you notice a problem attitude, consider what you would like to replace it with, and then practice restating your new attitude.

Once the new attitude becomes habitual, move on to the next one.

You will find yourself going beyond the current limits in your life.

Your redirection can continually improve how you feel about your life.

It can provide new opportunities for you, and place you where your new uplifting attitude is highly valued.

New ideas will find a radiant new fit now that there is room for them.

New friends will find they are welcome in conversation.

New work and better working conditions may be part of your new manifestation.

As you discover what is truly useful for yourself and you release your burdens, many new and uplifting experiences will be available to you right where you are.

© 2017 Kathryn Hardage

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