What You Seek Is Seeking You Quotes by Brian Tracy
What you seek is seeking you — Rumi
Most are fun and encouraging, and some may even provide you with the boost you need to slay your day. Just like any other art form, the quote, written by 13th-century Persian poet Rumi yes, the one Beyonce and Jay-Z named one of their twins after , can be interpreted in many different ways. Some relate it to the law of attraction and calling in your desires. Others say the wisdom lies in the notion that the things we want to achieve, have, or be are not meant to be difficult. They are part of your purposeful path in this lifetime. In order to hear the inner wisdom, you actually have to be quiet and listen.
There is an undeniable power in thought and whether or not your recognize it, you are constantly in a state of manifestation. Studies have shown we think somewhere around 60, thoughts per day. Remember that you are worthy of your dreams. The first step is to remember that it is your birthright to be happy and that you deserve to follow your dreams. Often we jump straight into goal setting and visualization but forget this critical step — remembering that all experiences, good and bad, have made you who you are, and that right now in this moment, you are worthy of achieving your goals. If this is a difficult step for you, it may be time to dive deeper into what blocks or limiting beliefs need to be dismantled in your life first.
It's nice to think that what you love actually loves you, what you desire desires you, and what you want wants you. But is this what the famous quote said by Rumi.
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Read on for 6 tips to find your purpose, Rumi-style.
A desire is something that feels bubbly and exciting when you think about it. A goal is the "I have to" version of desire. A desire to feel sexy can quickly turn into a goal of losing ten pounds. As much as we can, we want to keep ourselves in that sweet space of desire because when we start to feel the vibrational quality of our desire, we start to call it into our lives. Rumi says it best:. I love this so much! Your desires are divinely inspired.