Is the Universe Friendly?


According to Albert Einstein, the most important question we all must answer for ourselves is:

Is the Universe a friendly place?

On the surface, this Yes or No question seems very simple and one that you can answer quickly, even flippantly. But when thought about a little deeper, it quickly becomes apparent that the answer to this question gets to the very core of how you relate to the world and how you require the world to relate to you in return.

Your personal philosophy about Life affects every aspect, every tiny nook and cranny, of your existence. You can think of it in terms of your attitude toward Life and your assumptions about its attitude toward you.

If you think the Universe/Life/world is a friendly place then you’re going to expect that things will work out. Even though you may not know how to do a certain thing, you have confidence that you’ll figure it. You’ll believe that others will lend a hand or point you in the right direction. You’ll trust that when you need it, you’ll be in the right place at the right time and get the boost that you need

On the other hand, if you think the Universe/Life/world is not a friendly place then you’re more apt to think that life is hard and a struggle; that things won’t work out for you. You may expect to settle for second best or just the crumbs.

The wonderful news is that you can change the way you relate to Life. It’ll take time and effort and some elbow grease to change your attitudes but it can be done—and you’re just the one who can do it!

Your homework today is to schedule uninterrupted time—a few hours if possible—and answer the question “Is the Universe/Life/world a friendly place?” If you answer Yes, then good for you! Think of ways you can harness this positivity and use it to help you move quicker toward your dreams.

If you answer No, don’t worry it isn’t the end of the world. Knowing your default response is very important information to discover. This tells you to be vigilant about the thoughts in our mind. Develop a positive expectancy rather than a problem expectancy by repeating power phrases that strike a chord within you. Say them in front of your mirror. Repeat them frequently throughout the day—every day. Read biographies of people who have overcome the odds to achieve their dreams. Reward yourself for every tiny bit of progress you make—celebrate it! Spend time thinking about what you can do to help yourself—to give yourself every chance to succeed. This may require time, effort, and elbow grease, but you and achieving your dreams are well worth it!

You can do it! I believe in you

Post your favorite power phrases in the comments section below

I’m so proud of you!

Your Friend,


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