What you can see depends on what you are looking for

A clairvoyant would tell you that you are not going to see something you don’t want to see.

You will have a unique way of looking, a different viewpoint from anyone else, and if it’s hard to validate your own viewpoint, it can seem unreal to you. If you can see yourself clearly,with kindness and compassion, you can more easily become what you want to be.

If you re looking for people who are in love with life, that is who you’ll see. If you are looking for people who feel hopeless and think there is nothing that can be done to change that, yep, you’ll find them too. If you’re looking for someone to heal, they will show up. If you know that people are essentially good, you’ll find it in each one you meet, even if others don’t or can’t.

If you’re looking for beauty, you’ll find it in every minute detail around you, and in the most unlikely places. If you want to see the magic that exists in the world, you’ll see it everywhere. If you know in your heart that it is possible to have validating trustworthy friends, they will arrive. If you believe you can’t have friends, you’ll see emptiness.

If you believe you have no value, people will arrive to reinforce that feeling. As soon as you see that you actually do have value, different people will show up, validating ones. Maybe the ones who invalidated you actually helped you to find your value. Wouldn’t it be fun to write them a thank you note? The worst thing you could do is irritate them, but you might also wake them up a little with your gratitude.

What if you got up tomorrow consciously deciding to see yourself as an amazing, healthy, talented, powerful, happy being? How about if every time you look in the mirror, you expect to see beauty and joy? Why not decide to see all of you, as you are, with love and acceptance? If you can accept the parts that you want to change, it’s a lot easier than denying them, hating them, or resisting them. It’s easier to see who you are if you really want to look.

©Kris Cahill
http://PsychicEveryday.com / http://KrisCahill.com
‘The World in a Waterdrop’ ©Tanakawho on Flickr

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