Over the years, I created a positive attitude for myself with which I take on everything in life. It’s not delusional. (…) Not yet anyway. I’ll keep trying though, maybe I’ll get there.
That doesn’t mean I’m one of those people who fail to register any negative emotions, or just flat out deny them. Like you, I am bummed when my friend cancels on me. I’m angry when I fight with my boyfriend and I’m sad when I am picked for a job position. BUT: I don’t wallow, and I learn.
I believe good things always come my way and that things always turn out better than I could have expected. And even when I have a bad day, I still know that. Even when I go through tougher things in life, I believe they’re lessons or blessings in disguise. I believe you can always come out better, that everything will turn out better.
I might be bummed a little sometimes when my friend cancels our plans, but sometimes my friends cancel on me the very moment I need a little alone time anyway. When I stop being angry I feel relieved and calm. And when I don’t get a job, I know there’s a better job out there waiting for me. There’s good stuff behind the bad stuff.
I attract beautiful, inspiring people that give me energy and love me. I bring more and more knowledge about healthy foods and yoga into my life. I am susceptible to opportunities, interesting meetings and fascinating strangers, because they have a positive influence on my life and who I am. I attract good things, just because I’m generally in a good mood and have a clear intention set on what I want from life.
A Magical Life
I believe I’m completely responsible, and capable, of creating a beautiful magical life for myself. Even with rough spots and negative events, I can still do that. Sparkles, jobs I love, people I get to adore, gifts I can squeal over, cupcakes, summer sun, great holidays, cool sneakers, stuff like that: material and ethereal alike. It’s easy, fun to do. Plus, it keeps me busy on rainy days. 😉