Select beauty as your focus

“There’s always something beautiful to be experienced wherever you are. Right now, look around you and select beauty as your focus. What do you see?” asks Dr. Wayne Dyer.

“Persistently viewing others as dishonest, lazy, sinful, and ignorant can be a way of compensating for something you fear. If there’s a pattern of seeing others as failures, you need to notice this pattern as evidence of what you’re attracting into your life.”

If I catch myself looking at things in a negative light, I try to look at the silver lining or the lesson learned .

I try to make conscious decision to look for what is right and pleasing in others. Creating a new habit of complimenting those around me and turning judgments into blessings is a goal.

Beauty is easy if you look through kind eyes

In “How to find beauty in life”, here are some suggestions:

1. Find beauty in the little things.

The trees swaying, the leaves blowing around on the ground, the waves crashing on the shore. The simplest of things have the most profound beauty. But you can only see them if you’re really there. If your mind is brooding, if you’re off somewhere else, you’ll completely miss them.

2. Realize that beauty can be found in the most mundane.

Beauty is not always realized through a life-changing moment or a great epiphany. Beauty is often found through looking into a newborn’s eyes, in the blooming of a flower, or in paint peeling off an old fence. It’s often where you least expect it.

3. Make your passion a priority.

While the errands and things on your to-do list might be necessary, it’s important to make the things you love a priority.

4. Focus on the good.

Make a habit of focusing on all the things you’re grateful for and you will open yourself up to experiencing the beauty of life.

Realizing that beauty exists in every moment is possible; it simply takes a way of seeing things a bit differently.

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