Believing in the Positive Will Bring the Positive into Your World

Simply affirming that everything is perfect in my world positions me for success. I’m not lying to myself, or deceiving myself.
Let’s say, for instance, that I have no money in the bank. ‘Everything is perfect in my world.’ That’s my affirmation and I’m sticking to it. Why? Because having no money in the bank allows me an opportunity to discover new ways to make money. It forces me to do something constructive about the situation.
Let’s say, for instance, that I have a back ache. ‘Everything’s perfect in my world.’ The pain in my back forces me to take a look at the reason for the pain. Do I need to correct my posture? Cut back on my alcohol consumption? Drink more water? Get better support for my feet? What is it that’s causing my back to hurt? Should I just go see a doctor?
I found myself at the public clinic, waiting to see a doctor. I met other people who had been waiting longer, people who had more pain than just a back ache, people with no family or friends to help them, all sorts of people. I also found myself talking and listening to other people, and at the end of the day, I left the clinic with some brand-new, thought-provoking experiences, along with a prescription from the doctor.
The reason for a lot of my problems, I found, was fear. Fear brings on constriction, limitation, hesitation and pain & discomfort. So, whatever the circumstances are, everything is perfect, because everything works together for the good of the person You love the most…Yourself. You are the creator of your universe. When you simply love and accept yourself, wherever you are today, in whatever circumstance, the Love alone, will see you through the darkness to the Light.
When you look for the hidden treasure in every situation, you will find a blessing in all things.

Love Yourself, Love Your Work.

There is a saying that ‘if you love the work that you do, it’s not work.’

How true! And when it comes to music, you have to love it in order to make any money with it.

When I was a child, my mother forced me to take piano lessons. I hated it. Practicing the piano seemed to always give me headache. And pain in my head grew worse whenever my music teacher told me to ‘count out loud.’

“1, 2 & 3 -4…” My eyes are starting to tear-up!

But once I matured a little, and discovered that I could get paid cash money for playing the piano, practicing ‘mysteriously’ became Fun! I actually sought professional help and soon counted the beats effortlessly…Hmmm…What happened to the headaches?

This was the age that I began to style my own hair in (different ways, I may add), and to wear make-up. I was somewhat popular, and enjoyed hanging out with other musicians. By this time, I actually liked myself more than I did when my mother combed my hair and forced me to go to the music class. Could liking myself have something to do with liking the musician that was becoming? I already knew music theory; now all I needed was more practice. I’d been taking lessons for so many years that I had “musician-friends.” Bottom line: I liked myself, I had friends who play music, and SURPRISE! I could earn money playing the piano!!

Practicing was not a struggle anymore, and with the increase in practice, I began to sound a lot better!

Loving yourself and loving what you do with your time go hand in hand. If you have a job that is stressful, find something that you LIKE to do that you can earn money doing…Find something that others need, that you can create.

Because if you love what you do, your sounds, your creations, your ideas, and your expressions will be memorable, and people will be willing to pay for what you have to offer.

So, get out there and start Falling In Love!