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Kevin McCormack

Kevin McCormack, C.A.d, RYT 200, is a certified yoga teacher and addictions professional, life coach, and interventionist, specializing in individual and family recovery. He enjoys life in long term recovery from addiction. Kevin is a Conversations With God coach and mentor working on special projects with the Conversations with God Foundation.

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All of our thoughts are creative.  We have countless numbers of thoughts in our head daily, yet we only give special attention to some of them.   Most of us tend to spend our time entertaining the same thoughts day in, day out.  In this way our life and reality never seems to change.  Doors we wish would open remain impenetrable.  Feelings of lack of purpose and fulfillment follow us in all we do.

What were to happen if we simply tried to pay attention to another thought about our self, our life, and our God?  What if we intentionally begin each day conjuring up a positive, expanded, grand perspective of what life is really all about?

Is anyone willing to try this? How about giving it seven days?  Wake up and tell yourself that life is conspiring in your favor, and events are lining up to bring your reality to a whole new level.  Try repeating it seven times looking into your own eyes in the mirror.

Are you having a hard time manifesting something?  Is it sobriety?  Is it happiness? Is it true love?  Is it passion? Is it desire to make an impact?  What would you really like to manifest in your world?

I cannot promise you that you will end up with a BMW or house of your dreams overnight.  What I can tell you is that you can improve your state of mind, your health, and your energy by consciously directing your thoughts in a direction that is counter to your current thinking habits.

Have you tried making “I am” statements?  The universe will move mountains to see to it they are realized.  Are you looking to improve a health condition?  “I am healthy.”  Do you wish to be happy?  “I am Joyful.”  Do this seven times a day for seven days and see if anything changes.

Do you want to see these things become part of your reality quicker?  If so, do the things that a healthy person or happy person would do.  Healthy people exercise or choose healthy foods.  I find for me that simply purchasing organic foods makes me feel healthy.  Happy people greet other people with a smile or kind words.  Happy people go out of their way to share their happiness with others. They know that by doing so they get to experience their own happiness because people will always reflect that back to them.

If this article sounds like a pep talk it is because I have been practicing this myself and it works.  Just today I was greeted by a person who seemed grumpy and irritated.  My first reaction was to shut him out and just get my job done.  But a little voice in my head told me to open up and start a conversation with him.  By the end of our time together he had put his hand on my back and his other out to shake my hand wishing me a good day. It was a complete reversal of attitude from 30 minutes prior.

So many times in life we are tempted to respond to others with the same energy they give us.  When we look to rise above our initial thought and step into a state of being that is engaging, it never fails to produce harmony.  We have the power in every single interaction to control, to some degree, the level of vibration.

Will you take the seven and seven challenge?  Seven times a day for seven days, decide ahead to be different, to be creative, and to be powerful.  You can be in alignment with the universe simply by staying focused and committed.