Jumat, 27 Mei 2011

Manifest Prosperity in Today's Economy

Can we really manifest prosperity in today's economy? After all, when you "tune in" to watch the news, what you hear can very easily leave you feeling hopeless, not hopeful!
YES, we absolutely can manifest prosperity in any economy and this is how to do it.
It's all about your focus, how you feel and your intent....

Centering your attention
We want to be "tuned into" what we are focused on manifesting, keeping a positive attitude (feeling good always) and a firm belief that our desire will come to fruition. This is our key to manifesting anything!
As we are changing our thoughts and our mental vision, we are changing our reality. Thought is energy and thoughts change the balance of energy around us, and that brings changes into our lives.
Personally, I limit the amount of time that I listen to the news each day because I know that when I place my focus on what I'm hearing, I have now made a shift in my mindset which means that my focus is off of what I want to be "tuned into". I do not want to delay what I am seeking to manifest by shifting my focus on anything else.
To attract into your life what you are requesting does take focus and action. Law of Attraction is like a magnet in that what you send out into the Universe is attracted back to you. Your feelings begin to resonate with the Universe.

Feeling good
As we hold onto a vibration of feeling good, we become brighter and lighter and people will feel it! You feel it and it feels great!!
These two revelations changed my world: How you feel is what you attract and the Universe is full of abundance..... not lack!
The Universe is constantly changing, evolving and it is NOT stagnant.... This is GREAT news! Your situation at this very moment is just that.... it's for the moment and YOU have the POWER to change it.... Remember: abundance, abundance, abundance. The Universe desires for each one of us to have abundance in EVERY area of our lives: Money, health, wealth, happiness, love..... EVERYTHING

Prosperity during adversity
I encourage you to read Napoleon Hill's book: Think and Grow Rich. This book was written in 1937 and is one of the best-selling books of all time. Napoleon Hill said: "What the mind of man can conceive and believe, it can achieve."
This book is proof that in any economy, you can be prosperous as it was written during the great depression. Napoleon Hill and many others that you will read about in his book believed in Law of Attraction. Also proof that when you stay focused on what you desire, you can achieve it. The mind is very powerful!

My desire for you is that you receive the very best that is yours by Divine design! You deserve the best and the Universe is just waiting for you to manifest all that you have ever wanted. So, begin telling the story of how you want your life to be with continual affirmations; making room for all the abundance that is yours.

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Living life in abundance feels so very good. You can live this life everyday! My desire is that you acquire the "super-conscious level" of living because it will change everything in your life... You will see EVERYTHING in a new and refreshing way!
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I look forward to hearing from you!

Selasa, 24 Mei 2011

Why Skeletons in the Closet Cannot Keep You From Success

Closets, and what you keep in them, are close to the hearts of psychotherapists, human resources professionals, university and school teachers, the Criminal Records Bureau, anti-terrorist agencies, the police, the Secret Service, religious professionals, and novelists everywhere - or they should be. I would go so far as to say that what we keep locked up in our closets makes us most interesting and most complex as human beings. It can also destroy lives - ours, and the lives of those around us. But does it keep us from success? And when should that door be pried open and those bones come clattering out?
For most of us those skeletons consist of mistakes we have made, wrong decisions, failures, lies and deceptions, personal tragedies, anything we don't want to face as we get on with our lives.
I would argue that those kinds of skeletons in our closets need to be treated very delicately and sensitively. There is a cliche phrase most of us are familiar with: "what you don't know won't hurt you." But this is only partially true. In some cases I believe those skeletons should be kept firmly in place. The consequences of bringing them to light could be devastating, in several people's lives, and could have disastrous repercussions in the future. In other cases it's appropriate for them to be hauled out of storage and put on public display - before they dissolve into dust. It is the novelist's task, of course, to know about what's in the closet, and to choose what's going to happen to it. In reality, those professionals I have mentioned above base their careers upon the answer to the question at the end of my first paragraph.
The question of skeletons and success is dependent upon whether "success" requires total honesty. Looking at the world around us, I would say no it doesn't. In fact often enough it's a major disadvantage. Nevertheless, how long can such success last?
It can certainly go a long way. But the question remains. Consider this truth voiced by a character in Susan Howatch's novel "The Heartbreaker": "Then I thought how mysterous people were and how little anyone knew about what really went on in other people's lives."
This is a fact we all have to live with. And the question of whether our skeletons can keep us from success must be seen in that light.
S.C. Skillman
S.C. Skillman is the author of "Mystical Circles - a psychological thriller". Here you will find mysterious behaviour, events that keep you guessing, and people playing at cross purposes: "intense psychological drama in a beautiful setting". The novel is in stock with Amazon and can be downloaded on your Kindle. You can also visit the author's website to find out more. Click the secure payment gateway to buy a signed copy at http://www.scskillman.co.uk/.

Minggu, 22 Mei 2011

Life Lesson at Play

"Oh no! What is the matter?" I cry as my oldest daughter V runs towards me with tears in her eyes. This is probably the 3rd time or so that this has happened today.
I pick up my wonderful big oldest who normally is not given to crying that much and try to find out again what the matter is. It turns out that my normally social bunny who finds a friend everywhere she goes is being ignored by a BOY!!! How dare he? HOW DARE HE? What is a mother to do? Go over and attack or use this as an opportunity to teach a life lesson? Life lesson, it is!
In life, there are times when people are nasty - I am sure we have all experienced this at some point in our lives. Someone we work with, we go to college with or an acquaintance of some sort decides for whatever reason to make our life pretty difficult. Even we as adults may sometimes wish we could run and cry. So how can V deal with this?
Sometimes it is best just to walk away - Now in this situation, V had quite a few other children who could potentially become allies so why bother messing with the one person who was making her life difficult? As adults, we too sometimes find ourselves in hateful relationships and particularly if you are a woman, you take it upon yourself to try and fix the other person. We can make excuses for the other person and stick around hoping that things will improve or they will see the error of their ways. But sometimes it really is best just to walk away! There is so much of life to be experienced, so many other people to relate to, so why choose to stay with someone who is emotionally or physically abusing you? Yes, at times there is room to be available to help if the other person actually wants to be helped but if we are the only one pushing for change, then it is definitely time to walk away. Self-deception is unfortunately rife amongst women. We are nurturers and our first inclination is to save everyone. However, for our own personal growth, sometimes it is best to walk away.
Life is full of choices - Life, though difficult at times, is full of good options, full of abundance. We sometimes have to look hard to see this abundance but that does not make it any less true. Today, there was an abundance of possible playmates for V but she was choosing to stick with the one person causing aggravation. In life, sometimes, because we are so used to the devil we know, we stick with it though we long for things to be better. It is up to us to step away from our comfort zone and choose a different life. If we keep doing the same things, then we keep getting the same things!
Value self - The truth is that all of us are unique and priceless. For that reason alone, we do not have to put up with people being nasty to us. We need to know without a shadow of a doubt, what we are worth and only allow things or people into our lives that enhance that. This, I know, is easier said than done as I know I have tendencies to forget just how amazing I am but the moment I remember, It is definitely time to take stock of relationships, career and anything that affects me and get rid of the fat!
Enough life lessons for a four year old, I think! How much of that did she understand, I wonder?
Choosing to live your life by your own choice is the greatest freedom you will ever have.
Dr. Shad Helmstetter
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