Who Knows Why Things Happen?Adele Green
Who knows why?
When you mess something up the choice to listen to yourself come up with reasons or move on goes deeper than just making a decision. Who knows why things happen?
Deciding to move on makes sense because we know that being negative will attract more negative experiences. When you decide to move on and accept that there is a reason that you do not yet understand keeps bringing you back wondering…
This concise read will reward you with:
- How to feel better about a bad situation
- A basic understanding of a thought pattern and how to benefit from it
- Transmuting a negative situation into a positive one
- An easy technique to master for daily use
Our minds are doing what it does when it builds a puzzle. And it won’t stop until it is finished.
My son calles me a ‘finisher’ and if you are like me then you just can’t let it go completely. I can’t let go until this puzzle is complete.
- As we try to improve our lives and need to unlearn what no longer works, this brain puzzle might conflict with another important belief:
Stay positive to attract positive experiences in life.
How do you do that then?
Just exactly how do I keep myself positive and look for something I can adore in this situation?
I learn from my mistake and this is how –
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