by Beth Haley
What we concentrate on and what we perceive is what creates our reality, not just the events themselves. As we begin to look at things more through the eyes of beauty, we begin to see more beauty in our lives.
It is the same in choosing to see limitations: we begin to see limitations everywhere.
With our basic senses, we notice sound, smell, touch, taste, and sight. Perception is how we interpret what we sense. But, perception is not only what our senses recognize. Perception is also how we choose to see things and that determines how we respond to the information.
Our perceptions shape our reality. As we shift perceptions, we also shift our reality.
Is the glass half full or half empty?
You get to decide.