Attraction through Intention...
The Thursday Thesis - 6/04/2017
“Google your Life...”
Ever notice how that thing you’ve been thinking about shows up in your life?
It just seems to appear - as if by magic – and you’ve probably had a similar experience to mine.
You see, when I was a teenager I wanted a Porsche 944. Back then, the closest I could get to owning one was to pin a picture of one on my bedroom wall.
Before long I started seeing Porsches all over the place.
It was odd, but it seems to be a universal principle. I won’t call it “The Law of Attraction”, because it’s not a Law at all – it’s just a Principle.
The Principle is that you get what you think about most of the time.
Google is just like that, too – you get what you search for, most of the time.
Both Google and you respond to their inputs, so control your inputs and make sure they are what you Intend to do, have or be in your life.
If you are open to possibility (see last week’s Thesis, if you haven’t already) then the things, people and situations you want will begin to show up.
Keep your mind ON what you want, and OFF what you don’t want. Remind yourself, every day, what you want and go get it.
The pictures on my wall have changed, but the Principle of Intention keeps on operating.
The Rules don’t Change, only our intentions.
© Neil Cowmeadow 2017
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Being intent on doing something is what keeps us motivated to work. The intention is what drives another to work for a very long and stressful day. If you're not intent on achieving something, then you'd be better off staying at home and doing nothing. Intention is a very strong sense of emotion to finish what you've already started.
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