The Thursday Thesis - 2/03/2017
“Love is more important than money...”
Anyone who tells you that is broke.
In fact, anyone who tells you something is not important, doesn’t have any of it.
Love is important, money is important, health is important: how we talk about it tells the world how we think about things.
If we don’t care about love, we’ll be starved of love.
When we say that money doesn’t matter, it’s highly unlikely that we have any.
If we say we don’t care about health, chances are we are not a well pig.
If we change how we talk about money, love, health or anything else, we will automatically change how we think about it, too. You see, at a deep level, our brains can’t tell the inner world from the outside world – fantasy from reality: however we think about things, then that’s the way they are for us.
Ever wonder why two people can look at something and get totally different impressions?
That’s why one person sees the work of God (NB: other gods are available, see terms and conditions) and the other person might see evolution in progress, when they look at the same creature, together.
If you think Love is bad, you’ll figure out a way to get rid of it.
Same goes for money, health, friends, or family.
If you want any of those things – or anything else - recognise their value to you, and keep in touch with whatever it is you want.
How do you get more of what you want?
Pay attention to it.
Spend time caring for it.
Nurture and grow it.
But first decide what you want.
Next week I’ll look at another clever trick your mind does every day – without you even thinking about it – it’s awesome, and you can learn how to harness its power to change your life.
© Neil Cowmeadow 2017
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