Legal issues of attraction is a very popular topic these days. More people are needs to realize that there is a strong connection between what thoughts and feelings they have and what actually manifests in their day to day life and experiences. To my delight more people are realizing and coming to the and the prosperity and abundance begin in the mind first. The thoughts and what we hold in our minds do make their way into the realm of physical symptoms. This is why it is so quite crucial to be aware of our thoughts. Our thoughts determine our feelings and what we ‘feel’ determines what experiences and circumstances life brings to us. Life provides us positive situations or negative ones based on what we think and feel. It is as simple as that and can be no other way.
Most of us go up and down like the tides upon the shores. Sometimes we wander in the positive flow and discover that what we desire and need have a way of coming to us. Other times we seem to be ucdm filled with thoughts and feelings of a negative nature and so-called ‘bad’ or ‘negative’ things happen to us. Nothing really happens to us. Everything is attracted to us based on whether our thoughts and feelings stay positive or negative. I know I may sound a bit a tautology and repetitive here, but it is so vital that we comprehend this concept if we want to attract happiness and prosperity in our lives.
We are learning that we are not puppets to some grand being or force who dictates our lives. We are the puppet pga masters and we pull our own strings. Therefore that we can control our thoughts and feelings to a great degree. This might sound like very sweeping thinking to those who believe that we are pawns on some big cosmic chess board and we are moved wherever future wants us to be moved. Such people often easily fall into the ‘victim poor me’ mode and thinking when so-called bad things happen. They responsibility God, life, or future for their sad unhappy lots and these will be the first individuals to say similar to “if it are not for bad luck I’d have no luck at all. inch
I have outright concern and compassion for such people for I have been where they are. I know what it is like to live a miserable life where frustrations and struggle and lack are the convention. I know what it is like to be broke most of the time and to barely slide by. I very well remember when a lucky day would be if i could afford a taco-bell bean burrito for less than a profit and perhaps I could buy two if i were really lucky. And when life was actually good I could even afford a pepsi. I take advantage of the word ‘afford’ because I figured out if i was ever going to have anything decent I had to stop my constant use of negative expressions like, I can’t afford. I don’t have. Maybe some day. I will. I would like to go to Europe etc. They all are negative statements which guarantee that we can want to go to Europe prior to the cows come home and still never go. Maybe is one of the worst words we can use when it comes to attracting prosperity and abundance.
For years I constantly used such negative phrases which only reinforced my negative thoughts which reinforced my basic belief that the universe did not consider me worthy of prosperity and abundance. After doing some soul searching and much inner work, I discovered that my basic outlook on life was a combination of negative beliefs as well as some very positive ones. It almost felt like I were two different people at times. At a young age I would constantly see the Somebody and memorize the positive thinking compared to in the New Testament. Some of my favorites were inch ask and ye will receive, inch “I attended that you have life and have life abundantly. inch And the compared to go on.
I was reading Think and Grow Rich by Napolean Mountain, The ability of Positive Thinking by Gary Vincent peale, As a Man Thinketh by James Allen and How to Win Friends And Influence People by Dale Carnegie along with my educational studies when it’s in college. When i was tough luck I prayed to God everyday to find me a nice foster home and a college to go to. These prayers were positive thoughts that were supported by positive expectations. I would also give gratitude for my wishes being granted and see them as being granted. It never occurred to me that we would not get away from a terrible home and that I would not go to college. That was the faith that Jesus said causes the mountain to fall into the sea if we have enough faith.