It seems quite straight forward doesn't it. Ask the universe for what you want.
Yet so many of us don't.
Instead we worry about what might happen, expect the worst and experience anxiety as we dwell on what happened last time, fearing that the same thing will happen again.
It could be a client who will not pay or be a 'no show', be difficult or over run. It could be a patient who will complain about their care or even attack them. Maybe the teacher will pick on them at school or someone will be mean to them in the playground. Your child will get a detention because you got in traffic. You won't get a parking space. You'll be late for your meeting.
The list is endless isn't it?
When we focus on our fears and our negative expectations, that's what we are visualising and what we focus on is what we get more of. Our brain is trying so hard to create that picture of what we don't want.
What if instead we focus on what we DO want?
"Is this thought helpful?"
"Does this thought make me happy?"
"Will this thought have a positive outcome?"
And if the answer to any of these is 'no'. Ask yourself instead,
"What would a better thought be?"
As you turn these unhelpful thoughts into helpful ones, positive outcomes, you will find that they actually do happen. Yes really!