Life is a journey and the way we choose to travel is really up to us. Consider this: when you need to travel from one place to another, you need a car or some other mode of transportation. When you choose a car, you also influence how you travel. Now imagine that you are a vessel experiencing life. The way you choose to experience yourself determines how you live your day. Consider, for a moment, that you have the power to decide how your day will feel before you even live it.
Placing concepts on feelings empowers feelings with density. Filling concepts with emotion empowers them with energy. This density and energy is what we experience and their combination is what we call our reality. When we observe, for example, two different types of cars, we naturally have different experiences. Mercedes SUVs has a feel of safety, elegance, longevity, sturdiness and luxury. Another car will vibrate other nuances. You may take the same route every day, but your choice of car can change your travel experience.
Have you ever considered that your own sense of perception is the center of your own experience? Have you ever wondered how some people look at the same situation and see something completely different? This comes from the reference point of the observer and his capacity to see at different levels and therefore to experiment with different realities.
The power of experiencing life that feels rich and abundant is an inside job and as such, must be ignited there first. Human visionary potential and its capacity to associate emotions with it, are the main architects of our lives. A prosperous life is a thought, a feeling and a consistent practice of both.
Like any other lush and beautiful garden, each of us has the potential to grow a sanctuary and luxurious the space we want. Like any gardener, we must be willing to first weed the space we are going to beautify, prepare the soil, maintain it, and seed exactly what we want to see grow and thrive. Focus on what brings luxury to you and begin your journey, step by step like a concerned gardener imagining wild fields turning into the most majestic oases.