Flatter Yourself! – Can be Good?

“The Story You Tell is The Basis of Your Life.” – Abraham Hicks

You always get to know when someone is trying to flatter you. You don’t feel good when someone tells sweet things only for their benefits.

But what if you flatter yourself? What if you tell good things to yourself and actually mean it? Can it be a good thing?

When we train our minds to think and talk only about good things, good things happen to us.

Abraham Hicks says that tell your life story the way you want it to be and not the way it is right now. So if you want to be a successful person and are still in the process, don’t talk about the struggle, talk about being successful.

Sharing below few quotes by Abraham Hicks –

Start telling a better-feeling story about the things that are important to you. Do not write your story like a factual documentary, weighing all the pros and cons of your experience, but instead tell the uplifting, fanciful, magical story of the wonder of your own life and watch what happens.

You are the creator of your experience because you’re the teller of your story. And you can tell your story because of what you are observing, or you can tell your story because of what you desire.

You can say things like: Only good things come to me… I’ll figure it out as I go along… Every time you tell your BETTER_FEELING story, you will feel better, and the details of your life will improve. The better it gets, the better it gets.

In response to today’s prompt Flattery!

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Author: passiondesignerblog

below quotes describe me the best way "The goal is to die with memories and not dreams." "Every time you find some humor in a difficult situation, you win."

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