To Each His Own Story

Everyone Is RightOne of the 10 Tenets of Conscious Creation is that we each get to be right.

That means that no matter what I conclude, or what angle I’m seeing things from, I get to have it my way – no matter what.

(Consensus is not required!)

Remembering that principle does me two favors:

  1. I feel less compelled that others agree with me, and
  2. I get more freedom in choosing the story I prefer.

He gets to have it his way, and you get to have it yours. What do you pick?

Giving yourself this freedom in choosing your story makes all the difference in how you experience life.

Yes, it may be more challenging to stick to your preferred version when your partner – or my entire society – tells it different.

But we’re conscious creators! Don’t let them sway you from what you prefer.

  • Your hubby can declare you’re running out of money, and you can choose things are on the upswing.
  • Your boss can decide it’s time to feel the pressure, and you can choose everything’s working out perfectly.
  • Your government can announce dangers and problems galore – but you can tell it different.

You get to have it your way; they get to have it theirs.

We all get to be right.

So … what’s your story? Are you choosing your favorite version?

Every day is a new chance to upgrade your experience.

My story is that life is good and getting better every day. I choose that Universe loves to delight me and that my future is bright, along with my health, work, relationships and my prosperity.

That’s a nice thing to be right about. 🙂

  • April 24, 2014
  • Doaa K says:

    Jeanette, you are awesome :)Of course i choose my own version of positive thoughts and stick to them like a rock! Who else has the right of living my own life but me? (though several people may want to try to:))
    When i am down i use self-help scripts, if you like check out these couple of links:
    “Seize each day” -Horace

  • Everyone wins indeed!
    Want to share some very good vibes with you all on this nice 2nd of May. Started my pray rain journal on the 27th of Apr and wanted to concentrate on a small (well not so small to me) thing first. Matters of the heart, wanted to receive an sms from a specific someone. Described the little icon on my mobile and how I feel receiving it in detail for several days. Guess what…it just appeared on my screen and I’m so excited! Did not even read it yet, want to look at it a bit like I described in my journal and wanted to share all the positive energy I sense with you all, hope you can feel it spreading through the room.
    Thank you so much Jeanette for PRAY RAIN, YAAAYYY!
    He is the emontional unavailable type, but yes, to each their own and we all win.
    Happy thoughts!

  • What a great way to think about it, Sabeen! Such an easy way to relax about it when someone sees it different, huh?

  • Sabeen says:

    This post made an image pop into my head of two people having an argument about what’s on television. One of them turns it on to Channel 1 and sees an episode of Modern Family. The other flips it on to Channel 2 and sees The Big Bang Theory. Imagine the both of them trying to come to a consensus about what they saw on that television! They’re both right and it completely depends on what channel you tune into.

  • Isn’t that delicious freedom, Parul?! woo hoo!!
    Steve, I agree. I’ve found that remembering that what’s true for one person isn’t necessarily true for another totally eliminates the need to figure out who’s right and who’s wrong.
    It frees up so much energy when we aren’t trying to figure out one “truth” or trying to convince others that we figured it out.

  • Steve says:

    This reminds me of something that I observed some time ago. What works for one person may not work for another. This can apply to LOA but also to almost anything. It is not meant to be a negative for the person it doesn’t work for; that person probably has something that works great for the same situation or problem.

  • Parul says:

    Funny, I have a reason to practice this today. 🙂
    I chimed in on somebody’s status on ‘envying the lucky’ by saying that luck, to me, was an outcome of 10,000 hours of work, perseverance and passion. I would’ve loved to use ‘alignment, but well…
    Anyway, another person (not known to me) wrote that they ‘strongly disagree’ with my definition of luck and that luck is just LUCK!
    I’ve just let it pass coz we can both be right. 🙂

  • I know what you mean, Brenda. I find it’s a helpful thing to remind myself now and again, too.

  • Brenda says:

    I love this post!
    The first time I heard you say this, each to his own story or some variation of it (e.g. they get to have it their way, I get to have my way) I felt like a fresh breeze had just drifted through my being – it was like I’d just been told I could let go, the fight has been called off. I stopped trying to convince others that I was right. I stopped feeling my blood pressure rise when someone didn’t see things my way.
    Yet, in reading this post now, I realize there are still some areas of my story where I’m still sticky when it comes to the opinions or stories of others. A timely post, indeed. Thank you, Jeannette!

  • Glad you enjoyed it, Blondewizard! 🙂

  • Blondewizard says:

    Thank you so much! This came at a perfect time!! Love it, everyone wins!

  • Hard to improve on that, Cassie! Here’s to empowering and enjoyable stories galore.

  • Cassie says:

    SOOOOOO love this reminder Jeannette!!! My story is…my life is marvelous. Something new and amazing happens everyday. I do what I love and I am paid very well for it. The Universe always has my back!

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