What if your thoughts had the power to attract the things you wanted into your life? Well, ample research evidence suggests indeed they do. So why is it that when we do all of these positive affirmations, our hopes and dreams do not suddenly manifest before our eyes.
Well, most likely it is because those positive images are drowned out by the thousands of negative images we project unconsciously into the field.
So, start using your consciousness wisely. When you are confronted with a fear, take some steps to ensure it doesn't overwhelm you.
First, use logic. Have I been in this situation before? What happened? Did it turn out alright? If not, have I learned from it, so that I can use that new-found knowledge to create a better outcome?
Second, imagine what the best possible outcome would be. You don't have to know how it will happen, just entertain that outcome.
Then, imagine other best-case scenarios. Keep envisioning what you want, instead of what you don't want.
I can hear you now, "But that is just wishful thinking, it is not reality." "I have to look at the evidence."
And so that inner critic continues protesting, "If I choose all this positive thinking, that would be living in a fantasy."
First off, if you are looking at the evidence, make sure you are examining all the evidence. Look at the evidence that fits a positive outcome, not just the evidence that fits the negative outcome.
Most important remember, all of our imaginings, whether positive or negative, are fantasy. They are not real. They are our thoughts.
Like Neville Goddard says, "Thoughts Become Things."
So, choose your thoughts wisely, start training your brain to create the life you want!
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