Lou Ann and I went to see the movie “I Feel Pretty”. Amy Schumer does a great job playing someone who has little self esteem until she bumps her head. Then she sees herself as she has always wanted. This is one of the most important lessons in life. In truth, everything is exactly as we perceive it to be. We create everything. What we deeply believe will be created. This is so powerful. There is no one outside of us creating any event in our life. If we believe there is karma, there is. If we believe this is the only life, it is. If we believe that anything is possible; we create an internal narrative that supports that idea. Belief invites us to “be on the lookout” so we can gather evidence to support our theory. Once confirmed we begin to weave the belief into the pattern, fabric and garment of our lives.
Our beliefs can be expansive or very limiting. There is evidence of our beliefs. Look at your life. What is in it? What do you own? Who do you love. Who are your friends and family? Whatever you currently have in your life, you have one hundred per cent intention to have it. This is where the power is. Right now, if you have created something that doesn’t enhance your life. You get to change it. We no longer have to look outside of ourselves to create life the way we want. And, we don’t get to blame anyone or anything for what we have. When we realize how powerful we truly are, our life changes dramatically. We then can love ourselves just the way we are. There is no higher self esteem than that. From my powerful heart to yours, Thomas