What Do You Expect?
By Rev. Pam
It has been said that we don’t get what we want, we get what we expect! If we ask for a lot, but actually expect a little, we’ll get the little. Our progress is based on our idea of increase. You can change your idea (thinking) about it, and quickly prove to yourself that it is done unto you as you believe.
People grow old because they don’t expect to increase anything, except years.
There is no reason to lose one’s enthusiasm about progressing, growing, increasing while — at the same time — feeling vibrant and alive. When you expect more to happen, you will begin to attract more. Be sure that what you are expecting is truly what you want. Many people are very good at expecting the worst to happen — and it does. Don’t you think the opposite could also happen? The question to ask yourself is: What AM I thinking?
Habitual negative thinking can be cured by replacing it with a new habit of positive thinking. Each thought builds a new consciousness. Repetition is the key. Here are some affirmations to say that will replace old worn-out negative thinking:
I AM VIBRANT HEALTH. I AM PEACEFUL AND CALM. I AM LOVE. I AM WEALTH. I AM UNDERSTANDING. I AM APPRECIATED. I AM GRATEFUL FOR ALL THAT I HAVE. I AM POWERFUL. I EXPRESS MYSELF FREELY AND AM CLEARLY UNDERSTOOD. ALL THE GOOD I AM SEEKING IS SEEKING ME. I EXPECT THE BEST AND THE BEST HAPPENS!
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