I’m grateful for my perspectives that bring me hope. Hope is what gives me the vision of a better future. Hope is what encourages me to make better choices today. Hope is my guide to envisioning my goals and dreams of helping more people awaken the best version of themselves. My perspectives of hope are what make me believe that the healthier we are, the more we can create positive change in the world. They also encourage me to keep working at breaking unhealthy patterns in my life so that I can break the chains for future generations.
Now, there is a fine balance of having perspectives of hope, without blinding us to what is happening in the present moment. The trick is not confusing hope with a fairytale. When hope acts as a map to help us align with the energy of love, abundance, and peace, we can open the the doors up for ourselves and go on some amazing journeys. If we use hope with the combination of fear, lack, and separation, we create our own nightmares. Many of us have heard the saying, “Be careful what you wish for.” It’s important to be conscious of what we are hoping for.
It took me a long time to understand how to have hope without attaching to an outcome. I had to learn to let my hope give me signposts while enjoying how the journey unfolds. I realized having hope didn’t have to mean having expectations of how EXACTLY things will turn out. My hope helps me align with the way I want to live in today. My hopes help me question my choices in a constructive way as long as I’m aligning them with the energy of love, abundance, and peace.
Today, I commit to looking at my perspectives that bring me hope. I love all the exercises I’ve been doing this past week. Just thinking of all the perspectives I have that align me with the energy of love, abundance, and peace have helped me to appreciate all the things that work in my life. That in itself ignites even more hope in my soul.
One of my perspectives that brings me great hope is my belief in God contracts. I’ve been thinking about this one a lot lately. This particular hope helps me to keep putting one front in front of my other during the best and worst of times. This one reminds me that I can choose to fulfill my God contract aligned with the energy of love, abundance, and peace or fear, lack, and separation. I feel like it’s picking out the car I want to travel this journey of life on. I can upgrade or downgrade my car as much as I choose to do so. I love thinking about my perspectives that bring me hope.
I also love listening to other’s hopes that come from the energy of love, abundance, and peace. I can feel my soul light up when someone else is shining theirs next to me. I love that we become like batteries for each other to keep the light shining longer. It truly is a beautiful part of the journey.
What perspectives bring you hope?
With Love, Abundance, and Peace,
©Rachael Wolff 2021
Author of Letters from a Better Me: How Becoming an Empowered Woman Transforms the World (for more information click on the title)