You Are The Author of Your Life’s Story!

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Author: GP Staff (136 Articles)

Chris is the Managing Editor of Gratitude Planet and can be found most days enjoying the Southern California weather and waves.

In his famous play “As You Like It,” William Shakespeare (1564–1616) wrote: “All the world’s a stage, And all the men and women merely players.” Though the meaning of these words has been interpreted in various ways, the essence of the text suggests that we play many roles in our lives, from birth to death…starting out toothless and helpless, and returning there again before we die. But there is also an interpretation where we can envision the great playwright and poet commenting on the illusion of this reality, suggesting that it is no more “real” than a night at a theatrical performance as it unfolds in real time. It is especially interesting in light of what we know about the Law of Attraction and how this Universal Law affects our “reality.”

You are the leading character in the constantly unfolding story of your life. You are also the playwright. You decide on the scenery, and you determine the costuming as well. You have the ultimate say in the plot lines, the conflict resolution, and the “drama,” comedy, and “tragedy” in the production. And it’s not like you “get to” do all this. You are doing all this, even if you don’t realize you are. As vibrational human beings on planet Earth, we are all constantly sending out a signal to the Universe, and the Law of Attraction is matching it. Your signal is never turned off. It transmits constantly as you think, talk, observe, and imagine. In this morning’s analogy, then, you are writing your life’s story in every single moment you are breathing! So the real question is, what is YOUR story about, and what kind of production are you creating?

Some people love drama. The leading man (or lady) always has to struggle for everything. Against all odds, they strive to make everything better and live happily after. We all feel like this sometimes. Others love to create comedic roles for themselves. Each day has a multitude of events worth laughing about, and then they improvise more comedy in each moment. They smile, laugh, and don’t take themselves too seriously. You can probably think of times where you have been this character too. Every life will have some tragedy as part of the plot, because life always includes some contrasting events, which are events that help you clarify what you want by experiencing something that you don’t want. You are the master of your production, and you are constantly creating your role. Do you like the story so far?

If you like the plot of your story, keep directing it the way you have been. When your story is fun, interesting, and your leading actor is moving through the story with grace, bliss and ease, just sit back and enjoy the show. If not, ask yourself what your production needs to make it closer to your ideal story. Do you need more comedy? Does the leading lady need a leading man? Are you focused on tragedy? No matter what you decide, start telling the story you want to tell. Take charge as the creator of your life’s story. When you think, talk, visualize, and observe, let it be about the story you want to live and not about the story you are living. As soon as you start telling a new story, the Law of Attraction will start assembling all the supporting roles and circumstances to reinforce the new story. Before you know it, your story will have a brand new chapter, and your life’s stage will be transformed! Notice today, through your thoughts, feelings and actions, what kind of story you are creating. Let the words that flow off your tongue reflect what you want your story to be. If you must speak lines that move your plot away from what you really want, shorten the scene and move on to the next act. You get to decide. Be grateful and appreciative that you are the star of your very own movie…a movie that YOU are also producing and directing for all to see. Enjoy this most amazing day, and your best theatrical perfoemance ever! Chris-GP

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  • 8 Comments

    1. Chris says:

      Jalus,
      YOU ARE THE HERO OF YOUR OWN LIFE’S STORY! And what an amazing story it is, and will continue to be! Isn’t it cool how these things come back to remind us at different places in our lives? They reappear just at the right time!

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    2. Wayne says:

      This is a good nuts and bolts post. I get it better now.

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    3. […] Chris’ post yesterday made me think a lot about how we create your story every day. Life is a kind of movie set […]

    4. Jalus says:

      oops mea culpa ~

      @Lisa
      TY for re-minding me to express appreciation.

      IN JOY and GRATITUDE,
      Jalus

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    5. Jalus says:

      Namaste’ all ~

      @ CHRIS:

      This resonated within my heart-charka.

      Over 10 plus years ago I wrote in my Gratitude Journal:

      I AM THE HERO OF MY OWN LIFE”S STORY period.

      Thank you for yet another great re-minder.

      @Lee:
      VERY wise!

      @Billy:
      belly laughing. TY medicine for the heart!!

      IN JOY and GRATITUDE,
      Jalus

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    6. Lisa78 says:

      I really like this post Chris. Thanks for your thoughtful words. They help me every day.

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    7. Billy says:

      My life seems to resemble a scene from “Willy Wonka”….cuz it’s a chocolate mess!!! LOL!!!!!
      Just kidding.
      The hard part for me is being, or becoming, clear about what I want. If I don’t have a clear idea, then the whole things ends up “Helter Skelter.” I think I’m watching too many old movies on the TCM channel. LOL!!

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    8. Lee says:

      I’ve often thought this way when things were not going the way I wanted them to. I like opening up the treasure trove of all the possibilities and chosing for myself what, and where, I want my experiences to flow.

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