Howdy! Have you ever spent a day just noticing what was right with everyone and everything (including yourself)? If so, how did it feel at the end of the day? If not, would you try it? Do you have resistance around trying it? What do you have to lose.
How does one gain perspective? Where did yours come from? What makes it worth paying attention to more that anyone else's? When you change the way you look at something that thing changes. Your perspective shifting changes what you see, how you see it and the feelings associated.
We get what we see. We see what we create. We create all of the time unaware that we are in charge. What happens if you were to decide to see everyone and everything as a being of light first. Yes, even that one person that you cannot stand or the person who cut in front of you in the line at the grocery store. See everyone as worthy, lovely, shining on one level or another, but shining nevertheless. Now imagine everyone doing this? How are world would change.
Decide a day to see the good. It could be a What's Good Tuesday or a What is Wonderful Wednesday! Either way, notice how people around you react, speak to you, connect with you. Notice how you connect with yourself… and then please share.
"It all depends on how we look at things, and not how they are in themselves." ~Carl Gustav Jung