Do you know that out there are 20 laws of the universe? Law of Harmony, Reincarnation and Karma, law of Wisdom, Grace, Soul Evolution, Bodhisattva, Law of Vibrational Attainment, law of Free Will, law of One, Manifestation law, Conscious Detachment, Gratitude, Fellowship, Resistance, Attraction, Reflection, Unconditional Love, Magnetic Affinities, Abundance and Divine Order. Who really knows how many laws are in play.
These laws are unchangeable, impartial and impersonal. They are not influenced by our personal circumstances, our age, our race, our religion, our nationality, our sexual preferences, or our gender. They work for everybody, everywhere, every time. More about these laws you can read here.
The truth is we can have anything we desire if we give up the belief that we can’t have it. It”s simple as that.
Freedom begins with Self-Acceptance
Only when you love yourself can you begin to love others.
Many people say you should forget about yourself and love others first. Well, it doesn’t work that way. The truth is, you must first accept yourself with all your mistakes, with all of your so-called sins, all the times you looked like a fool, and all the times you”ve acted inappropriately. When you can do that, you are coming from a position of unconditional love.
Take a look at how much of your life is about winning approval of others and realize this important truth: you”ll never get the approval you seek! You simply cannot please everyone, so learn to please yourself and enjoy who you are.
How do you feel about yourself?
Take a look at your material possessions.You draw to yourself that which you feel you are worthy of receiving – the car you drive, the clothes you wear, the home you live in. The total quantity and quality of your life is determinated by your self – esteem or self – worth.
Increasing your expectancy level
We have, for example, a subconscious picture of the kind of car we should be driving, the income we deserve, the restaurants we feel comfortable in, the situations we feel comfortable in, etc. It is important for us to be aware that whenever we find ourselves straying from that picture, negative tension reminds us to, “Get back where you belong”, forcing us to return to the environment in which we subconsciously know we belong. As you can see, this response makes change difficult, or slow, at best.
Every time we find ourselves in an unfamiliar environment, job, or social situation, we will come up with logical reasons why we should not participate, why it won’t work, or why we should stay where we are. The problem is we didn’t deliberately program the kind of environment in which we feel comfortable. Our subconscious just absorbed through observation where we think we should be. The key to change is the ability to visualize ourselves in a different situation, environment, car, job, relationship, or career.
Remember, Your Word is Law
When you can rely on promises to yourself and to others, you become a powerful person. We are only as strong as our word is strong. If you give your word to others that you are going to be some place at a particular time, or will call at a particular time, or make this or that change, you must be able to follow through, because every time you don’t keep your word, you lose your power.
It is not only your word to others – because you can make excuses – it is also the word you give to yourself when you say you intend to do something. When you give yourself your word to keep your agreements with yourself, you know you can count on yourself. With that power, that feeling, that belief, there”s not much you cannot do, because you know you make things happen.
It is simply a matter of keeping our minds off what we don’t want and on what we do want. Don’t spend your time imaging and imprinting what you are trying to avoid. Instead of going away from something you don’t want, go toward what you do want. This is sound psychology. Too often we get caught up in being realistic. “I have always been this way.” “This is the way I behave.” “This is the way I am.” “This is the way things always happen to me.” The best advice I can share with you is never go by past track records. Every moment is a new beginning.
Perception of Reality Limits Success
The reason we don’t see opportunities or solutions in not because they aren’t there, It”s because we haven’t determined what we are looking for. Rather that waiting to see before believing, we must first set our goals for our reality to change. When we set a goal, our brain and mind, working together, act as a natural filtering device that will help us to attain our goal.
You must know what you want before you can become aware of how to get it.
You Find What You Are Looking For
If you don’t know what you are looking for, you won’t find it, even if it passes through your life every day. This also applies to your clients or customers. Knowing exactly what your customers or clients want will increase your awareness of how to help them obtain it. If you don’t know exactly what they want, the information on how to help them will not get through.
If you want to be a good conversationalist, you had better say something of value to the other person before you can get through. Otherwise, they will just filter out or block out the conversation. We only pay attention to what is of value to us.
Allowing others to be our teacher
How many times have you said, “Don’t tell me how to do it. I want to do it myself.” What you are really saying is “I don’t want you to show me, because then you will appear smarter or more intelligent than I am. Because I have low self-esteem, it is important to look like I know what I am doing all the time.”
We have to allow others to be our teachers. This doesn’t mean we have to accept everything they say, but it is to our advantage to at least listen to them to see if what they have to say is of value. It doesn’t matter who helps you or shows you the