It is common to perceive life as a series of enjoyable and not so enjoyable experiences.
To ‘enjoy’ something is to take delight or pleasure in it, whatever it may be.
When we understand that nothing we can experience is inherently good or bad, we can see that buying into the illusion of good/bad then somewhat determines whether we experience it as enjoyable or not enjoyable.
In addition, if we have not looked consciously at something in life and are undecided, we surrender our power and leave this decision to be made through our sensory reaction to it.
As Beings of free will and reality creators of the highest order, this is a choice we each get to make.
If we decide that something is bad, we automatically set ourselves up to experience it as unenjoyable.
If we determine that something is good, we automatically set ourselves up to experience it as enjoyable.
What have you decided is bad, and subsequently removed your capacity to enjoy? What have you decided is bad, that with further inquiry and a reframe could be seen as good?
What have you decided is bad, which is in fact nothing more than an occurrence?
What are you as yet undecided on?
Where have you surrendered your power to your sensory reaction to the outer world?
What areas of your life are yet to be looked at consciously?
How could this conscious review of ‘what is’ bring delight and pleasure into your life?
How could this conscious review of ‘what is’ bring more joy into your life?
Will today be the day that you decide to find joy in everything you experience?
The secret to a truly fulfilling and happy experience of life is to find joy in all things.
I wish for you a day of discovering joy in everything you experience.