TIPS FOR TODAY:
# 1 – Good advice!! No, great advice!!
# 2 – A stimulating, thought-provoking read (as always) from Guy Finley on putting yourself in relationship to Goodness….
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# 3 – This seemed to tie in nicely with Tip # 2….
# 4 – From Gregg Braden…
Living from the Answer
There’s a subtle yet powerful difference between working toward a result and thinking and feeling from it.
When we work toward something, we embark upon an open-ended and never-ending journey. While we may identify milestones and set goals to get us closer to our accomplishment, in our minds we are always “on our way” to the objective, rather than in the experience of accomplishing it. The studies concluding “Observation affects reality” demonstrate two keys in translating the possibilities of our minds into the reality of our world:
1. Beyond any doubt, reality changes in the presence of our focus.
2. The more we focus, the greater the change.
These scientific observations confirm the principles that the great teachers of our past have shared in nonscientific language. And this is why Neville Goddard’s admonition that we must “enter the image” (of our heart’s desire, our dream, our goal, or our answered prayer) and “think from it” is so powerful. When we place our focus on what our lives would be like if our dreams were already fulfilled, what we’re actually doing is creating the conditions within us that allow our fulfilled dream to surround us. The Spontaneous Healing of Belief, Pages 146, 147, Gregg Braden
# 5 – And this seemed to fit in nicely with Tip # 4…..
People will say, “Well, I have to work on my goals,” or, “I have to work on my visualization.” And we want you to think more about holding the vision because it is pleasurable to hold the vision, not because you’re trying to make the vision work in order to get to some place that you’re not now standing. “How much should I work?” We would say, work in the sense of joyously moving forward.—Abraham
A great way to keep you focused on your vision is by writing one! Check out my workbook Vision Writing: Composing & Creating the Life You Were Meant to Live, which gives you information, resources, and a template for writing a bang-up vision and engaging your true identity more fully.
# 6 – And don’t forget the 21-day gratitude event I mentioned in a previous post. It started today and I really enjoyed the presentation and beautiful images….
Mentors Channel, in collaboration with award winning cinematographer Louie Schwartzberg has created a one-of-a-kind meditation series entitled, 21 Days of Gratitude presented by Louie Schwartzberg.
Each day features inspirational thoughts on different aspects of gratitude, beginning with inner strengths such as purpose, passion and focus. The second week is spent on deepening and expressing gratitude for our families and extended families. The last week will expand our love and gratitude for the world we inhabit, and all its wonders.