No Matter The Outcome – My Favorite Mantra
There are many particular chants, affirmations, thoughts, incantations that I use to energise and empower me throughout the day. But there is one that stands out for me personally that gets me focused not only in the now, but it also takes my mind off the end result and allows me to remain happy and free from worry. The thought is…
No matter the outcome, I am happy now.
Now it’s a pretty simple thought and you can use it for any situation where you are awaiting a decision or a particular outcome. Say for example that you’re waiting for a result of some kind, now this could be anything, it could be the result of a medical test, the outcome of an interview, you could be awaiting a business decision, or an answer from the bank. It could be any number of a thousand things.
Lets take for example you’re waiting for the result of a medical test, for many people, depending on what it is, it could cause a fair amount of worry and anxiety. Lets face it, it’s not a nice feeling when you’re trying to get on with you’re life but you can’t stop thinking about the test results. It’s not a nice feeling and to shift your focus onto something else it not an easy thing to do. It was out of something like this that made me come up with this thought. Of course, naturally, you can’t just think that thought and hope for your worries to go away, it has to be coupled with some sort of distraction, maybe some empowering music, or doing something else you enjoy doing. Put yourself into a good feeling state and say the thought to yourself and believe it. Welcome the challenge, and say “No matter the outcome, I am happy and will remain so.” It has to be said with conviction and belief and when you do you’ll find that a huge weight will be lifted of your shoulders
So if you’re if you’re in a situation we’re you’re precariously running out of nails to bite on, remember the power thought, say it conviction while in a good feeling place, and watch your shoulders return to their upright position.
That seems like a very powerful affirmation. Thanks, Amit – I’ll use it.
That is a good example of an excellent time to use the power of the mind to create your reality! Very good advice, Amit. 🙂
It is an excellent thought. Thank you.
I’ve found that many worries about the future should be answered with: “And what happens after that? The sun will still rise.” People often don’t seem to look beyond the awful event they’re worrying about –losing money, losing a job, being forsaken by a loved person. I’ve wondered if suicides are often the result of such shortsightedness. If always seemed to me, for example, that to commit suicide because of a financial loss was ridiculous.
Wow this post really hit home with me tonight! I’m so glad you posted it. Thank you!
I’m glad that you found it of use, Like I said it’s been very powerful for me in times when I’ve needed it.
Thanks Michelle! 🙂
Hey Fleming, I know what you mean, I saw someone commit suicide right in front of my eyes and it’s a shame that didn’t know something as simple as this or some other tool to see their circumstances in a new light. I like your power thought too and I will use that one when I’m faced with adverse conditions.
I’m glad you like it and it struck a chord with you! 🙂