“A lot of people feel like they’re victims in life, and they’ll often point to past events, perhaps growing up with an abusive parent or in a dysfunctional family. Most psychologists believe that about 85 percent of families are dysfunctional, so all of a sudden you’re not so unique. My parents were alcoholics. My dad abused me. My mother divorced him when I was six…I mean, that’s almost everybody’s story in some form or not. The real question is, what are you going to do now? What do you choose now? Because you can either keep focusing on that, or you can focus on what you want. And when people start focusing on what they want, what they don’t want falls away, and what they want expands, and the other part disappears. (Jack Canfield)”
Sometimes in life we are the victims of what we choose and most of us still are the victim of our subconscious decisions. I believe the hardest aspect of controlling what you see and use in life is understanding the concept and moving those limiting beliefs. Inner beliefs are definitely the most challenging to shift and replace with more positive and enduring values.
When I first started reading ‘The Secret’ and understanding the ‘Law of Attraction‘ my mind was asking what is this hogwash and who came up with this silly idea. After a year of being more open minded (than I thought possible) I came to understand what the Law of Attraction is, how it worked and how to apply it to everything you do in life.
This leads me to say to you”Are You a Victim?”