Aminah experienced a spiritual awakening during the latter part of 2019. She is now a Spiritual Motivation Coach.
Taking in doesn't always mean abide!
Why are cliches really important?
By Aminah Salter, Spiritual Motivation Coach
The absolute truth can be watered down.
Do you find yourself becoming annoyed by people’s attempts to offer you advice? If so, that is fine. It is a good sign in fact. It is an indication that you are on a path of self-awareness. I am speaking to those who have already decided to make changes in their lives. We will only do so when something within decides. Now, don’t get me wrong, just because you receive unwarranted advice, that does not always mean something is wrong. There are cases where a person may be trying to help you and they want nothing but the best for you. Even though their heart is in the right place, you still may not want to hear what they have to say to you. Either way, the way to find good advice is not in who you hear it from necessarily, but really, from what it is you need to know.
How do I find the answer(s) I am seeking?
In my opinion, the key to uncovering what "YOU" consider to be the truth is to first decide who "YOU" really are. When you finally decide who it is you want to be, you will begin to see changes in your life that support that decision. It is up to you to act upon those perceived opportunities. If you ignore them, you stand to leave yourself at a detriment. Why? Because your most dominant thought process and matching feeling will deliver to you the places, people, and situations that you can act on. Action and belief are married.
Trust your beliefs!
Many of us that are having this human experience are unsure of what actions we should take. In my opinion, we should try to tune into the person we would rather be, whatever that is. Next, you ask yourself, "Well, if advice is healthy, then who would I want to receive it from?”. Once you figure that out, let that question go. Or on the adverse, you may not believe or feel you need any advice from anyone. If that is the case then pose any questions about life you have to yourself. Either way, you are making emotional and spiritual deposits into your life goal account. It is all about the attention you give to something or someone. The time spent is the most valuable thing you can offer it.
Also, the way you feel about the person, place, or thing matters as well. Enthusiasm is the key. Yes, we have all heard this before, but that is what cliches are all about. They are widely used and watered down because the truth of them is so powerful.
How do I find a solid thought process and feeling?
If someone you trusted your whole life kept telling you how wonderful you are, you would not really believe them. That is because you know they love you so you expect them to say something nice to you. However, if a stranger complimented your talents, you would believe them more. The concept applies to cliches, we hear them so much, that we just call them corny.
The truth is, if we can find a way to internalize the cliches we hear all of the time, then our lives will feel so much better.
Thought process is a lifestyle!
The whole idea is to feed your mind chosen ideas as you would feed your physical body chosen food. Make the choice to guide yourself to ideas that will lead you to more ideas just like them. As we know, the more you practice doing something, the better you will get at it. Given that you have potential in that area. “Energy work” is no different. As long as you keep the idea of what you want alive, eventually, you will be shown signs of what you can do to make your wishes become reality. It won’t fail you.
The next question becomes, “Did I miss my opportunity?”. As long as we hold on to the “knowing “ of what is possible for us, we cannot fail. The individuals who fail to make progress are the ones who gave up too soon. Again, I know you have heard this before, but as soon as you are ready to quit, that is when it is about to get good.
In conclusion, nothing is too hard for you. Life may get hard, but once you have made it up in your mind that you are going to create a happy ending, it’s done. The last thing you want to do is quit.
Allow yourself to feel different!
This content is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and is not meant to substitute for formal and individualized advice from a qualified professional.
© 2021 Aminah Salter