Each day, I cultivate new perspectives.
I revel in the diversity of ideas available to me. While I am confident in my values and beliefs, I enjoy thinking critically about them to ensure that they continue to serve me. Therefore, I cultivate new perspectives each day.
Others are a great source of inspiration for me, even if their beliefs vary widely from mine. Therefore, I choose to affiliate with a wide variety of people.
I cherish opportunities to learn, which only come when I am confronted with new ideas. Examining fresh perspectives can bring new nuggets of wisdom which enrich my life. So I always look at new ideas as possibilities.
If I feel that my perspective is better for me than the one portrayed by a discussion partner, I am polite and considerate anyway. Having differences of opinion is part of our life experiences as unique individuals.
I entertain all new perspectives, however briefly, so I know that my decisions are sound for me.
Today, I intentionally seek opportunities to learn about new perspectives. I am thankful for each new idea that comes my way, since each one helps me reinforce or reshape my own views so that they are always in keeping with my highest good.
Read & Reflect Questions
Answer in the comments section below, in your Bliss Book, blog or any notebook.
1. What new perspectives have I been exposed to lately?
2. How can I approach new ideas so that I am more receptive to them internally, even if I disagree with them?
3. How does a cultivating new perspective benefit me?
I have an uncluttered mind.
I am free of all random thoughts and distractions. Whatever I choose as my focus becomes the sole direction of my mind. And I am thankful for the ability to direct my thoughts.
Each moment, I have choices about what I bring to pass in my life. I have heard that what we think, we create, and I believe that this is true. Much of my creative power lies in my ability to choose my thoughts. I set out in one direction and go only that way until I decide otherwise. Nothing can distract me.
My focus is singular.
I am capable of excluding all else from my mind except for whatever I choose to focus on. If competing ideas arise, I consciously set them aside for another time. I engage in this on a thought-by-thought basis, cultivating awareness of my mind’s contents so that I can choose its direction.
I am thankful for my focus, which allows me to be truly centered in who I am and what I want.
Since I can really be present in each moment, I can also fully enjoy the blessings that come my way. I can equally savor my partner’s laughter, the warmth of sunshine, or the intensity of completing a long project. This is a gift, and I am thankful.
Today, I celebrate my mental clarity. My focus has contributed substantially to all of my accomplishments. Because of my uncluttered mind, I am easily able to manifest my highest vision of myself. And I intentionally cultivate my focus at every possible opportunity.
1. What topics are easiest for me to focus on?
2. Are there directions in which I would rather devote my mental energy?
3. What can I do today to continue to cultivate an uncluttered mind?