Tuesday, June 24, 2008

Law of Attraction is Ask, Believe and Receive

The Law of Attraction is Ask, Believe, and Receive.

Why is it that the law of attraction seems to work for some
people and not for others?

What are the three keys to results and law of attraction?

1. Ask. To ask means to want or desire something
for which I am willing to sacrifice. It is asking specifically
for something. It is to be razor focused on my desire.

One reason I do not receive what I want (desire) is because
I have not determined my God-given goals with clarity.

I must know what I want.

When I am focused and know precisely what I want (desire)
then I will recognize the people and the books that will
provide the information I need to make receiving happen.

Desire means “to long, wish for, want or crave.”

Psa 37.4 “Delight yourself in the Lord and He will
give you the d e s i r e s of your heart”

2. Believe. To believe means to “ take as truth or real”.
The law of belief is “what I believe in my heart with
conviction becomes my reality”.

Why is belief so difficult?
Is it that I don’t have enough faith?

My belief (faith) is negated because it is mixed
with unbeliefs. Unbeliefs that were taught me
as a child by parents or in school. Now my mind is
confused between what I believe and what I want to believe.

Comments were made such as: “This is our ‘lot in life’”,
“don’t try this”, “don’t try that” “money does not grow
on trees”.

It is like having two ropes to pull a heavy object.
I am not successful in moving the heavy object, not
because it is too heavy, but because I have one rope
tied to opposite ends and pulling in opposite directions.

My faith (belief) is negated by my unbelief.

What I believe (expect) in my heart with conviction becomes
my self-fulfilling prophecy.

What I believe becomes my reality.

3. Receive.
When I know the truth of what God desires for me,
I need to accept and take action towards my convictions
and my priorities and follow through with action.

When I ask, knowing what I want (desire),
and believe, God will give me the direction and strategy
to bring my desires to arrive.

Now that I have asked, believed and received,
I need to be thankful and thank God for His truth and

My continual attitude of thanksgiving will keep me
from being distracted by any unbelief.

I possess the faith (belief) to be productive
and to receive a life of abundance God intended for me.

The law of attraction is Ask, Believe, and Receive.

Walter Seward.

Monday, June 16, 2008

Being Rich is not Chasing Things

Being Rich

People spend their entire lives chasing things:

Possessions, cars, other people. We might chase
relationships, love or security. We might chase
money and position. We finally get these things –
some of us get that love, the gorgeous model,
a big house or six figure income.

Then we think we're really rich. This society is
based on the idea that if you're a millionaire,
or have lots of stuff, you are rich.

But I'm going to give you a whole different version
of what I consider being rich. Because I'm rich,
¦I'm rich in every aspect of my life. Financially,
I'm fine. Emotionally, I kick butt. I have friends,
I love; I have friends all over the world.

My soul is enriched every single day by the things
that I do - because I only do things that I love.

I've got the most fantastic dog in the world. I work
with people who are fantastic and amazing. I get to
travel to places, I get to do things, and I get to
experience a full range of life.

I lead a rich lifestyle, because everything that I
do makes me feel rich - rich as a human being. But
the greatest thing about being rich is that you
absolutely love yourself.

You love everything about yourself. I'm not talking
egotistically, I’m not walking around with a big ego
saying,"I'm the greatest person in the entire world"
- not that at all.

What I'm saying is that you are content with who you
are - you've accepted all the things about you - you
believe in yourself, and in your little nuances.

Maybe you have skinny legs, or bad hair or your eyes
cross a bit - whatever it might be. You've embraced
all of your insecurities.

You can look at yourself in the mirror everyday and
say, "Life is an amazing gift. Every second of every
day I'm going to spend living my life, experiencing
my life and being an active participant in my life."

That's the definition of rich.

There are people who will always have more money than
you, and there will be people who will always have more
things than you. But the fact is that loving yourself,
and spoiling yourself in little ways, is what's important.

For instance, go out and buy yourself something you
really like --if you can afford it--embrace it and
do it. Get out there and have dinner with a friend
you haven't seen in a long time­share your heart and
your soul--that's a rich experience.

Everybody should lead a rich lifestyle. It doesn't
take money. We always want other things. People think,
"I'm going to be happy as soon as I get better skills,
or "I'm going to be happy if I can fall in love."

Or there are women on the inter-net approaching forty
thinking, "I need a family or I won't be happy." You
know what? You're not happy right now!

So you're going to attract all the wrong people, and
you're not going to live a very rich lifestyle. For a
lot of people, the idea of being rich is to accumulate

That's how they believe they will reach an acceptance
of themselves, and contentment. But I always say you
become happier and more comfortable with yourself by
learning to let go of everything you thought you

Learn to let go of everything, your fears, your desires,
and everything else, so you can find the true essence
of yourself. Once you do, you find out who you truly

Once you get there, it's just easier.

When you believe in yourself, you realize that you
are perfect as you are.

You're not the BEST -there's a big difference between
accepting you are perfect just the way you are,, and
delusional belief you are better than everyone else.

You're not the best.

No one is the best in everything in all ways. But
you are perfect as you were created. You're perfect
as you are.

Everything you need to succeed and be happy in life
is in you. You just have to rediscover it, if some
thing clouded that part of you before. Whatever that
was, you can still re-discover the you, you already

Don't keep adding more things to your life. Define,
realize and accept who you truly are, right now.

author: Unknown

Thursday, June 5, 2008

Strange Secret

Why do we become what we think about?

Here is an excerpt from The Strangest Secret
by Earl Nightingale George Bernard Shaw

"People are always blaming their circumstances for what
they are. I don't believe in circumstances. The people
who get on in this world are the people who get up and
look for the circumstances they want, and if they can't
find them, they make them."

Well, it's pretty apparent, isn't it? And every person
who discovered this believed (for a while) that he was
the first one to work it out.

We become what we think about.

Conversely, the person who has no goal, who doesn't
know where he's going, and whose thoughts must there
fore be thoughts of confusion, anxiety and worry -
his life becomes one of frustration, fear, anxiety
and worry.

And if he thinks about nothing... he becomes nothing.

How does it work? Why do we become what we think about?
Well, I'll tell you how it works, as far as we know.
To do this, I want to tell you about a situation that
parallels the human mind.

Suppose a farmer has some land, and it's good, fertile
land. The land gives the farmer a choice; he may plant
in that land whatever he chooses. The land doesn't care.

It's up to the farmer to make the decision.

We're comparing the human mind with the land because
the mind, like the land, doesn't care what you plant
in it. It will return what you plant, but it doesn't
care what you plant.

Now, let's say that the farmer has two seeds in his
hand- one is a seed of corn, the other is nightshade,
a deadly poison. He digs two little holes in the earth
and he plants both seeds-one corn, the other night
shade. He covers up the holes, waters and takes care
of the land...and what will happen? Invariably, the
land will return what was planted.

As it's written in the Bible, "As ye sow, so shall ye

Remember the land doesn't care. It will return poison
in just as wonderful abundance as it will corn. So up
come the two plants - one corn, one poison.

The human mind is far more fertile, far more incredible
and mysterious than the land, but it works the same way.
It doesn't care what we plant...success...or failure.
A concrete, worthwhile goal.or confusion,misunderstanding,
fear, anxiety and so on. But what we plant it must
return to us.

You see, the human mind is the last great unexplored
continent on earth. It contains riches beyond our
wildest dreams. It will return anything we want to


Walter Seward

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