This is so true. So difficult to remember, though, when whammed by a situation. Thanks for the remoinder
Yes, it’s when we need to remember it most that we tend to forget!
Reblogged this on Mustard Seed Budget.
Reblogged this on Holly Chamberlain and commented:
Amen! That is just like I’ve learned from Dr. Kim and at Jung SuWon Martial Arts – My attitude is my personal choice! I chose to be happy or to be stresseed. No situation every does – its how I react to a situation that makes the difference!
superb…..chance less quote..
I believe this very much to be true. I embrace hypnotherapy and one of my favorite concepts is “thoughts equal feelings.” This would be a perfect example.
That’s so true Judy. Thanks for dropping by and commenting
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