I have read a lot of posts about Gratitude, particularly in the context of attracting desires into our lives or as most would say by “The Law of Attraction”.
When I was I my early twenties, I was attacked by a drug crazed idiot who went onto kick the legs away from my then fiancé and punch my mother in the face.
I cannot feel grateful for that BUT I do appreciate what that caused.
It caused very positive changes in the people involved. It could have been the entire opposite.
What then of gratitude? Can one be truly grateful for everything? Or can one be grateful for having the opportunity to experience everything?
Probably the latter.
Is one attracting things or is one attracting the experience of those things?
After all experience is no more than memory and emotions can be felt through memory or imagination – both create memories and both create experience.
“Create your own adventure because experience is all that there is” ⒸAyPee
Being curious is an attitude that keeps you present, aware when possibility and opportunity arise. Once you create a rule for your life (“That’s how it is”) , you have fixed a stake in your timeline that has you fixed in the past. Always review and be curious
“Life exists within Stories.
That’s all we have left from our experiences and we use them to teach and to gain rapport.
It’s the glue which holds us together in community and culture.
They aren’t true. They’re just agreements ”
WHAT DO YOU THINK?
The bigger mind has less interest in the business of other people for sure!
The smallest minds totally focus on what others are doing and saying (Gossip),
What people think and share (Create) is much more interesting to me because I get that we are all CREATORS and that is our purpose,
So people live their purpose or flounder. It has very little to do with how intelligent they are. It is the choice to be responsible for creating life or not
image from http://themindunleashed.org/
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