When life gives you lemons,
why not make some delicious lemonade?
Life is a gift
It is our shifting perception,
which changes everything!
So when life gives you lemons,
make lemonade and
savor in its refreshing, cool, tartness!
Life can get downright challenging. Sometimes life can get so tough that we wonder how we will manage to make it through the day. Next time this happens to you ask yourself, “What can I do to turn this horrible experience into something more tolerable?”
Should you ask for help? Do you need to forgive someone or let go of something? Perhaps you could start a purposeful new project to get your mind off of the pain? Being proactive by transforming a negative experience into a more positive, loving solution, helps lighten and heal your spirit and the spirits of those around you. Actively choose to turn your living nightmare, into a little piece of heaven on earth.
There is a right time and season for everything in our universe.
The wise, intuitive person literally seizes an opportunity as it approaches.
The unwise, unintuitive person could be hit over the head with the same opportunity, at the same right time, and not see for he knows not. This man wonders, “Why does my life suck?” “Why do these things always happen to me?”
For the unwise, unintuitive person, the metaphorical glass of life is perceived as half empty or lacking. Due to subconscious belief patterns, he unknowingly manifests negative experiences, which reinforces his beliefs, pessimism, and subsequent perceptions.
For the wise, intuitive person, the glass is optimistically half full; full of potentiality, full of promise, with gratitude for what is and excitement for what can be. He perceives life as an ever-unfolding adventure, as he welcomes each new day.
Becoming wise and intuitive is beneficial as it opens one’s heart, one’s mind, and ultimately one’s life.
Wisdom is innate or cultivated over time from our experiences. Through awareness, daily gratitude, positivity, participation, loving yourself, loving/serving others as yourself, and listening to that “little voice within” called intuition, we actively work towards gaining more wisdom.
Our perceptions shift and evolve as we do.