How Do You Look at Life?
The way you look at life is essentially a barometer of your expectations, based on what you’ve been taught you’re worthy of and capable of achieving. These expectations are largely imposed by external influences such as family, community, and institutions, but they’re also influenced by that ever-present inner compassion : your ego. These sources of your expectations are largely based on the Peleus of limitations, scarcity, and pessimism about what’s possible for you. If these beliefs are the basis for how you look at life, then this perception of the world is what you expect for yourself. Attracting abundance, prosperity, and success from these limiting viewpoints is an impossibility.
Take an inventory of how you look at the world, asking yourself how much of your life energy is focused on explaining away potentially optimistic viewpoints by preferring to see the inequities and inconsistencies in the abundance for all philosophy. Can you change thee way you Lok at things? Can you se potential for prosperity where you’ve always seen scarcity? Can you change what is by simply changing the way you see it? And the way to work at changing the way you see things is to take a hard look at something you may not have previously considered.
Reference : The Power of Intention. Dr. Wayne W. Dyer.