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10 Ways to See the World Differently

By on Sep 15, 2013


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You can focus on what’s wrong in your life, or you can focus on what’s right. – Marianne Williamson

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10 Ways to See the World Differently

Every now and then you may find yourself in a rut where life feels stale, uninspiring and simply boring. Frantic schedules can leave you exhausted. However, you can find relief from the lackluster grind.

To begin seeing the world differently, challenge yourself to change your actions and thoughts into more positive ones. Wondering where to start? Here are 10 ways to help you see the world differently once again.

The BridgeMaker Founder Alex Blackwell is the author of Letting Go: 25 True Stories of Peace, Hope and Surrender. Join the community to connect, share and inspire: Twitter | Facebook | More Posts

  • I love this “inspiring photo galleries” idea. Sometimes I get stuck – especially when something isn’t working out the way I want to – and I start thinking that the universe is against me, that I don’t have control over anything…

    However, then I remind myself that I have 100% control over the thoughts I think, the images I visualize and the way I respond to specific events (the actions I take) – and those three things determine every aspect of my life.

    I re-focus my thoughts and mental images and usually after only a very short while, all those dark clouds disappear.

    • Robert – thanks for sharing the important reminder that we are in control of our thoughts. What a wonderful feeling of freedom that it is. I’m happy you were able to drop by today!

      Alex

  • There is a reason that “A picture is worth 1000 words” is a cliche!

  • Kathy www.yinyangmother.com

    I really do believe that pictures are so powerful, especially when combined with prompts to get you thinking and inspired.

    • Thanks for the encouraging words Kathy. I’m glad that you like it!

      Alex

      • Kathy www.yinyangmother.com

        You are welcome. I like a lot of your posts.