Today’s Feelings


I’m focusing on all the things I CAN do to change my life. I may not be able to fix things or people but I do have the power to change my own life.

Every day I am selecting my thoughts much like the way I select my clothes.

I can go for a walk, I can get in the garden, I can clean up, I can change my situation.

From the minute you wake up implant the good stuff into your head. Let go of the, ‘it’s hopeless’ sinking thinking.. and become hopeful.

If you’re an over-thinker at least over-think positively! Only you have the power to change your thoughts. Highly sensitive people are very ‘open’ and have so much more stimulus coming in. It’s imperative for us to sift through the negative stuff.

Your negative thoughts affect your emotions .. and your behaviour.

Thoughts create your reality and negativity can be the psychological cancer to your whole program.

For ‘Highly Sensitive People’ emotional understanding and resilience, viewing the ‘bigger picture’ and developing mental strength and positivity are things we learn from our trials. Over-ride the negative belief systems and the negative implants.

You are amazing, you have a purpose for being here, you are gifted.

“You were never created to live depressed, defeated, condemned, ashamed, or unworthy. You were created to be victorious”

So what CAN you do today to change your life for the better? Don’t focus on what you can’t do..

CHANGE happens first by changing your thoughts about things.

Get in the garden for an hour (and enjoy it)? Enjoy a walk? Learn something new? Clean out a few drawers? Eat well? Make some money?

Love, baby steps and enjoy the process.

SG x

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Today’s Feelings – Optimism

dreaming big dreams for my life these days :)

My father helped my son and I in the garden today. I realize if I don’t accept help from someone I will never be able to get out of my house and move forward in my life. I believed I could do it on my own, but I can’t.

Three people working together made a huge difference.

Feeling optimistic now that things can change and I can move forward.

Thank God for Dad.