I listened to a Louise L. Hay meditation this morning that featured a lot of affirmations and one in particular stuck out to me: ‘I see clearly. I now create a life I love to look at.’
I think it resonated with me because it’s sometimes evident that we don’t always see what’s right in front of us. For example, I was driving my car the other day and a pedestrian crossed out into the street in front of me. He’d looked before stepping out into the road but he hadn’t really seen me. We’ve all been guilty of this at one time or another, but if we don’t really look in potentially dangerous situations like this, what impact is this same habit likely having on other areas of our lives?
Is there anything that you’re pretending to look at and tackle head on, but deep down you know you’re only doing the bare minimum? What is it that you’re choosing not to see?
If we loop back around to Louise’s affirmation: ‘I see clearly. I now create a life I love to look at’, can you think of an area in your life that would benefit from some direct attention and help you on your way to creating a life you love to look at?