EP: 216 Why Bad Things Happen in 3s

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In this episode we are talking about Why Bad Things happen in 3s.

3:14 Does This Really Happen?

We are diving into why bad things happen in threes.

“As far as I know, bad things happen in threes.” 

We hear this all the time and I think it's interesting to look at.

Does this really happen? Do we create it or is it the force of nature?

KISMA

Personally, I do believe bad things happen in threes, but I also believe that we create that circumstance.

Nick

So in other words, they don't have to happen in threes.

KISMA

They don't have to.

Nick

4:06 It Starts with Perception

It's important to really understand why bad things can happen in threes. Like why is this even a thing that happens for some people?

Nick

It starts with perception. The moment that we perceive something as bad, our thoughts flow towards it in a stronger method creating what we call thought flow. 

You then start to almost train yourself to see the next bad thing. 

KISMA

10:12 Your Attitude is Key

So what do we do? What can somebody do when something happens that they don't want to experience? 

KISMA

Your attitude towards the circumstance is the real master key to it.

The best attitude that's going to keep you on an upward trajectory and keep you more in a flow is actually a mindset of, “Oh, well I guess this is exactly what I needed.”

Nick

Even if you don't know why you needed it.

KISMA

16:46 Self Inquiry

When you say “This must be what needed to happen”, maybe you have to lift your head out of the water a little bit higher, maybe you have to look out in front, or also take a look at yourself and ask, “Why am I causing this? Why did I attract it?”.  

You’re not making it wrong, but just be willing to have a further self inquiry.

KISMA

21:15 A Miracle Right in Front of You

So here's to you having amazing events. Know that you're a divine operating system and there might be a miracle right in front of you.

KISMA

2 comments

Amazing!  Thank you!  Perfect timing too!🙏

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Nick Hansinger Staff

Thanks Sophia! Glad you enjoyed it. 

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