This has become a saying my husband and I use often. It is based on a Hawaiian principle which suggests blessing those who have that which you want.
Here are a few examples of how it can be used:
1. Someone drives past you in your dream car…
2. You step into your friends’ gorgeously decorated new home…
3. You’re struggling to conceive and pass a couple with their own beautiful newborn…
4. You see a family out enjoying quality time together while you feel like your own family is falling apart…
We have discovered a few other handy situations for its use, as well.
Someone makes a decision you just don’t understand…
You start feeling too over-controlling or forceful in a particular situation…
Hands off (bonus saying) + Bless it
This I know for sure (<— yes, that is an ode to Oprah)…
Resentfulness, disappointment, judgment, and forcefullness are not the quickest routes to having that which you want.
But celebrating and being truly excited for others and the things they have or the decisions that they make… oh my, how absolutely powerful those can be in attracting what you want!
Numerous times I have heard mention of social media being responsible for mass depression among its users. Why? Because of how its use makes people feel like they can’t live up to the “perfect lives” being portrayed online.
I can tell you, though, that applying this Hawaiian principle in my everyday life has taught me that it is almost never the “thing” and almost always our choice in how we react to it.
What would happen if every time we saw a pregnancy announcement, birth announcement, proposal or wedding photo, dream holiday, new car, new job, or similar announcement post we celebrated… and I mean really celebrated them as strongly as if they were our own?
What if we were overjoyed for the joy and excitement of others, rather than disappointed and upset that the current state of our own life doesn’t match theirs?
What kind of transformation might occur?
It’s your choice.
Bless ‘em or Blast ‘em.
But here’s an important point to remember…
Your subconscious mind can’t actually tell the difference between you talking about yourself or you talking about others.
Did you know that your subconscious mind is responsible for ruling 95 – 99% of your life?
So when you are resentful of others, when you speak ill of others, when you are judgmental of others… you are essentially applying all of those same feelings and vibrations to your own life.
With this knowledge, what will you choose for yourself now?
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