I think about this quote a lot. Gratitude comes to mind but that’s low hanging fruit. Its easy to be grateful for all of the good things. I think this begs more creativity, more putting into action and engaging with emotion. For me, it inspires seeking and sharing love & gratitude in the mundane or cold, dark places. To choose to listen with a forgiving and compassionate heart when someone is angry. To choose to see how a fire that may have burned you is just pushing you to re-imagine yourself and grow into someone new, better. To choose to quiet all of the chatter in your heart and mind for long enough to look around and realize “all of this is really quite amazing and I am a part of it”. Indeed, there are at least a thousand ways to kneel and kiss the ground in any given day and one good reason to do it. Resonance. In choosing to do so It raises the vibration of both ourselves and those around us.
We don’t manifest or attract what we want in life, but what we feel. How we feel is very much a matter of choice and how we choose to look at the everyday occurrences in our lives. I see this beautiful quote from Rumi as a reminder of that choice. Why do we not do this naturally? Why does it seem so much easier to focus on (and then attract) the negative aspects of things? Quite simply, we have been taught and conditioned to see and experience the world in this way. And so we get caught in this negative cycle of seeing, feeling and attracting negativity into our lives.
The way out is the same as the way in! We can just as easily re-train our brains to enable and empower us to vibrate at the higher love based frequencies using simple NLP techniques. Learn more about using NLP to master the law of attraction.