When I started searching for positive Zoom Quotes, I was surprised there was quite so many, in fact, I became so wrapped up in my search, I spent hours nodding away, agreeing with them and forgetting to put them in my posts, so I’ve selected three of my favourites.
So in the words of, Cynthia Lewis, baby steps count. Keep going. The experts, the specialists, the people who you follow, the people who inspire you … this didn’t happen overnight. Being certified in the Law of Attraction, I’m fully aware what we put out there comes back to us. I believe in the magic of miracles, I believe the universe totally has our back. However, I also know that we are put on a certain path to follow a certain passion. But this passion may need training. We need to learn new skills to enhance our talents. So when you see others succeeding … believe you too, will succeed. Those who you look up to once started out at the beginning too. The universe wants you to be successful, so hold onto that feeling and know that if you follow your heart, magic will happen.
Ask yourself, if you were to zoom there? What would you learn along the way?
Sometimes what holds us back is being judged. Being judged by others. We allow this to hold us back. However, don’t believe that those who you follow and admire didn’t have those fears too. They just chose to ignore them. We never really know what is going on in another person’s head. Plus, usually, there isn’t much chance to zoom in and examine other people. We can study their ways, we can learn from them, but we often seek the facts. If you were to zoom in on the ‘nitty gritty’, it actually may make you feel better, because everyone has a story to tell.
Your story may be a story that will help others. I believe things do happen for a reason, I believe we sometimes have to zoom in on our own lives and ask ourselves, what can we learn from this? Even when life slaps us in the face, I believe there is a lesson to learn. The universe is responding to our thoughts, so it’s important we monitor them. So when life throws us a curveball, zoom in and ask why … Could this be part of your story? Will your story help others? If you zoom in on your own life, but embrace the good and focus on the positive, you will soon begin to understand the why!
In this week’s therapeutic writing exercise is to help you zoom in on your life and find what lessons you have learnt or are learning.
This is a free-writing exercise. Think about a situation that has happened that you weren’t entirely happy about. You may be going through a struggling time at the moment. Free-write about this.
Now zoom in on this situation and ask yourself …
- Why do you think this happened?
- Where were your thoughts at the time?
- What can you take from the situation?
- Can you change it? If not, then look at moving on. If you can’t change something, then look at what you can learn from it.
- Even if you can change it, ask yourself … what can you learn from it?
- Zoom in on the positivity you can take from the situation … there will be something!
Love & happiness to you always