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Our minds are capable of much more than we give them credit for.  What have you been focusing on?  What you focus on is what you are inviting into your life.  Let me give you an example.

I have been feeling very chunky all winter.  Every time I think about it, I say "Wow!  I'm heavy!  I need to lose weight."  I've never been one to obsess over how much I weigh, but when clothes don't feel comfortable then I'm motivated to do something about it.  Here's what the universe hears with that. "Heavy!  Weight!"  And so I've added some exercise to my daily living and I'm still the same weight.  I'm getting what I've been focusing on, which is weight and being heavy.

Here's a way to shift it.  Every day that I get up I'm going to say that I feel fantastic.  When I am brushing my teeth and in front of the mirror I'm going to remind my body how awesome it feels to be healthy and strong.  I've done this before and my body seems to respond by becoming thinner.  See how I phrased that?  I  said it becomes thinner, not I lose weight.  Verbage is important on this one.

What have you been focusing on?  Is it your weight, someone who annoys you, your broken car, etc?  Change it.  Take back some of your power and make a shift in the expectations and outcomes. 

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