Who You Spend Time With Is Who You Become

Community is everything. If you want to see a preview of your future, look to who you are hanging out with. This isn’t some moral statement about your peer group, it’s more of a vibrational or elevational statement.

You see, we live in a literal Uni-verse. That means that we become what we think and what we think is greatly determined by who we spend the most amount of time with.

Do you spend time with people who are constantly trashing your dreams? If so, then after time, you begin to believe their doubt and their fear; not because their doubt and fear are true, but because we are creatures of habit and our subconscious mind begins to absorb what we hear, especially the feedback from people we love and spend a lot of time with. And if you start to believe their doubt, then soon you will begin to take action from that belief in doubt and BAM – the manifestation of the belief of doubt becomes real. Not because it’s true, but because the belief of doubt became your dominate thought pattern and that thought pattern influenced your actions and your actions produced the outcome.

The outcome of our lives begins within us. If we water our dreams with doubt, then we think doubtful thoughts; take doubtful action and our lives become a living testament and proof of our belief. Then, what many people do is take this “proof” and use it to further justify their initial belief. But you see, what they’re missing this whole time is the fact that their initial thoughts of doubt is what created the outcome of doubt. They unknowingly participate in their own demise.

But, this can be prevented by hanging with the proper community of people. Let us hang with people who uplift us, who encourage us towards our dreams and who challenge our thought patterns. Let us not surround ourselves with people who always agree with us, but rather people who support our growth by challenging our beliefs and helping us break through to new mental and spiritual ground so that our lives may be enriched as a by-product.

Look around. Who are you spending time with? And more importantly, who are you believing? If you have a dream, do you believe people who are living their dreams and thus know the TRUTH about what’s possible, or do you take advice from people who aren’t living their dreams and thus will tell you it’s not possible.

Who you spend time with and who you believe is a major factor that will determine whether you are successful or not. Our aim should be to hang with people who are loving, who believe in us, who challenge us to go to the next level and who inspire us. Life is far too short to hang with people who are always negative and who want you to stay bitter and pissed off like them. It takes a lot of humility to admit when we’re wrong and to grow past our limiting beliefs. Let’s surround ourselves with people who support our growth, not necessarily the way we want, but most certainly the way we need.

Have a great day.

– Mustafah Mun

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4 responses to “Who You Spend Time With Is Who You Become

  1. While I agree that we should hang out with people who inspire us and challenge our notions, I think we should be more sympathetic towards people who are always “negative, bitter and pissed off”. They might have gone through pretty rough times in order to feel that way…

    • True, we should be more open minded to understand that not everybody can be inspiring or ambitious, some people are while others are not. I also agree that we should try and be with the “negative,bitter & the pissed off” so that we might influence them in some way for their benefit.

      • I’m not sure about influencing them because they’d probably have a pretty good idea of who they are and what others label them, but I think it’s more about understanding why and not simply dismissing them. Naturally it’s easier said than done.

  2. Exactly ! nobody can influence a person 100% all we can do is take the positives and , if one has an inner feeling to do something positive it automatically makes a positive thought manifest within you.
    Dismissing someone straight away because your thoughts conflict is not a right way of approaching with someone , but rather try and give it a thought, why is someone that way !

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