Have you ever watched a movie where the writers presented alternate endings? You’d be surprised to know that most movies have alternate endings, whether the writer wrote a different scenario for the end that no one liked so it ended up on the cutting room floor. Or one the writer decided never to write in and no one ever knew about it. No matter the circumstance, alternate endings can change the trajectory of the entire story as we know it – for better or for worse.
At the end of every day, before you go to sleep, go back through the events of the day. Any events or moments that were not what you wanted, replay them in your mind the way you wanted them to go. – from The Secret Daily Teachings, Day 364
Imagine that just by replaying the events of your day in your mind the way you wanted them to go could change the way it actually went. Just like in the movies and TV shows, the hero doesn’t die, the cute couple gets married instead of breaking up, and someone gets away with the whole bag of money (like Jada Pinkett Smith’s character in the movie Set it Off). Being still and thinking about those things that we are grateful for that happened that day can turn a “bad” day into a good one. I believe by ending the day on a happy note as much as we can, sifting through negativity to manifest good and positive silver linings and being kind to ourselves, the ability to create a multitude of alternate endings for our lives is possible. Action!