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A to Z of Feeling Good!

A quick list of ways to describe that feel good feeling!

A.  Absolutely Amazing!

B. Breathtakingly Brilliant!

C. Charismatically Captivating!

D. Definitely Delightful!

E. Engagingly Effervescent!

F. Fabulously Fantastic!

G. Gloriously Great!

H. Highly Heavenly!

I. Instantly Invigorated!

J. Just Jingly!

K. Kinda Kool!

L. Lovely and Lively!

M. Magnificently Miraculous!

N. Nice and Nifty!

O. Outrageously Open!

P. Perfectly Pleased!

Q. Quite Quirky!

R. Realistically Remarkable!

S. Sensationally Stunning!

T. Terrifically Tantalized!

U. Ultimately Upbeat!

V. Victoriously Vibrant!

W. Wonderfully Warmed!

X. eXtremely ecstatic!

Y. Yes! Yes! Yes!

Z. Zenith of Happiness!

Loads of smiles!

It’s great, this feeling good!

Have a look around every day and see everything that you like. Then, look at things a little more closely, break them down into smaller components and try to see which components you like. You’ll soon be highlighting even more things that you like, noticing far more than you’ve ever noticed before, and you’ll find that you are liking a whole lot more of the world!

The more you like, the more you’ll like! And you’ll be feeling a lot better too!


The weird post about nothing

This post is about nothing.

Well, it isn’t, if I’m honest. It’s about the something that we call ‘nothing’. And I wasn’t being economical with the truth when I said it was about nothing either… I was being truthful, because it is about nothing.

Whenever we say we are doing nothing is that really what we are doing? If we are doing anything, we must be doing something, so surely that must include ‘doing’ nothing. And if we aren’t physically doing anything, we are still being, we are still breathing, we are still seeing, hearing, smelling, thinking, feeling and living. That’s quite a long list for doing nothing.

If we are sitting waiting we are still doing something. If we class sitting waiting as doing nothing, then the same could be said for watching television, writing a message that no-one will see, imagining a better future, smiling at a glorious sunset, listening to laughter in another room, looking at the stars in the evening and watching rain fall against a window. We’re not doing anything apart from those things, are we? I think I spend the majority of my time doing nothing.

Look at an empty room. What’s in it? Nothing? Think again!

The room is full of empty space for starters. It’s full of oxygen. It’s full of unlimited possibilities of how the room can look once it isn’t empty. And, to think a little further outside the box, what makes the room? Is it the floor, the ceiling and the walls, or the space between them?

Look at the universe. The space between the stars and the planets, the meteors and the asteroids, the rockets and the debris… there’s nothing between all of them, is there? Space is a vacuum, there’s no air – but there has got to be something between them, otherwise they’d all be clumped together – something has got to be keeping them apart.

When you are doing a crossword puzzle, and you are trying to come up with an answer to one of the clues, but the answer is just eluding you, you are still thinking, although it appears nothing is coming to mind.

If you are in pitch darkness, so dark that you can not see anything, you are not seeing ‘nothing’ are you? You are seeing the darkness.

When you are listening to a radio which has been tuned out of the nearest radio station, you are hearing the static noises even though the radio is not receiving any clear signals.

There’s a lot more to nothing than first meets the eye… or maybe I’m just making something out of nothing…

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Law of Attraction Books

Just a quick post today.

I have received my copy of ‘The Power’ by Rhonda Byrne today, and can’t wait to start reading it. Before I do, I thought I’d write a few lines about a few other books I have read regarding the Law of Attraction. Not exactly a review of the books, by any means, but I like them and feel that they deserve a few words from me at least!

I have read many books on the subject, and will probably write another post featuring some of the other books in the near future!

The first book I ever read on the Law of Attraction, well Cosmic Ordering actually, was ‘The Cosmic Ordering Service’ by Barbel Mohr. I’d been unconsciously Cosmic Ordering for many years, but this was the first time I’d actually read about it, and I found it to be a very fascinating read.

It’s strange how people are introduced to Cosmic Ordering and the Law of Attraction, with me it was a build-up of various coincidences that prompted me to by the book. Noel Edmunds was talking about it with Deal or No Deal; I read an article about it in one of the daily papers, and the book literally jumped off the shelf at me when I was browsing in a bookshop once.

I read the book very quickly indeed. I couldn’t put it down, and it is very easy to read. Barbel explains how to use Cosmic Ordering in a very matter of fact way, and I found the book to be fun to read!

The basis of Cosmic Ordering is one of the most simplest ideas: If you want something, ask the Cosmos for it. And it does work! Have a read of Barbel’s book to see how Barbel herself came across it.

The next book I’m writing about is ‘The Secret’ by Rhonda Byrne. This goes into detail as to how we use the Law of Attraction in our everyday lives, and it is broken down into several topics including health, money, love etc. This is another book I couldn’t put down, and it also features quotes and comments from various ‘Secret Teachers’ from the movie of the same name. In fact, the book is very much like the movie, so I’d recommend both. The movie is ideal if you are short of time – it has an inspiring soundtrack, and short films to highlight the points being raised. The book provides more detail into the same areas, but they both work hand in hand with each other.

The third book provides more information on ‘The Law of Attraction’, and includes quite a few processes of improving our way of living by moving from the negative to the positive. It is written by Esther and Jerry Hicks, and includes the teachings of Abraham, who’s messages are channeled through Esther. Again the book is written in a very easy to follow format, and again gives inspiration to look at things more positively.

Don’t take my (brief) word for it though – have a look at one or all of the books if you haven’t already done so, I’m sure you’ll be glad that you did!

Hokay then… time for me to settle down for some new readin’!!! 🙂


It’s a Smallville World … part two!

Previously on my ‘It’s a Smallville World’ post, I wrote about some of the main characters to appear throughout the series. Obviously, there are far more characters than those I wrote about last time, so this time, I’m going to concentrate on the different heroes who have made an appearance and helped our hero, Clark Kent…

The first hero I’m writing about, is, if my memory serves me right, the first hero to meet Clark, Bart Allen, codename Impulse, played by Kyle Gallner. Super speed is what helps this character along, and in our first meeting Bart also helped himself to other people’s belongings too, including Jonathan Kent’s wallet when Bart saved him from an out of control truck. Still, I think he thought better of petty theft and became a good partner in the fight against those who didn’t have the best interest of other people in their minds.

Next on my list is Aquaman, AC short for Arthur Curry, played by Alan Ritchson. Clark didn’t seem particularly keen on this newcomer to start off with, but they soon joined forces and became good friends. AC helped Lois out after a little swimming accident where she hit her head whilst diving in Crater Lake. Clark came to AC’s help when he was snared by Lex Luther who was performing a top secret test which was causing the deaths of scores of aquatic creatures. Lois commented that she has met plenty of men intent on ruling the world, but never anyone intent on saving it. Although, obviously to us, she was wrong.

I’ve mentioned this hero before, but he must get another mention. Green Arrow, Oliver Queen, played by Justin Hartley. In later series, Oliver became a series regular, and was involved with quite a few stories where he needed to help Clark or Clark needed to help him. He is actually a good addition to the band of heroes being built up in Smallville, although he was given a run for his money by the appearance of Hawkman, Carter Hall, played by Michael Shanks.

Zatanna is the next hero on this list. The maid of magic, played by Serinda Swan. She caused a bit of confusion swapping Chloe’s life with Lois’s looks, and then causing Clark to forget all about his abilities. It was fun watching Erica Durance play Chloe’s character.

Zan and Jayna, the Wondertwins are next. Played by David Gallagher and Allison Scagliotti. These two have the ability to shapeshift into any form of water (Zan) and any animal (Jayna) by touching their hands and ‘activating’ their powers. Unfortunately, their existence came to the forefront after they were trying to help ‘The Blur’ (as Clark’s fast moving super alter ego has been named by Lois) and they caused more embarrassment than help. They eventually came good though.

And there’s more. But that’s for next time!