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The Beauty of The Law of Attraction

There are a lot of different ways that you can look at the world. In fact, there are so many, it's hard to keep track of them all. When you find yourself amidst changes in life, and you aren't sure how to move forward with life, you may need to focus on something new. Life has a way of bogging people down, and you could end up in doldrums as a result. To avoid that, you will need to look at things differently. One way to do this is to explore the Law of Attraction. This is an option that is getting a lot of attention lately, because it seems to work beyond what people may have previously thought. If you are focused on this, you can lock into the greatness that comes from financial success.

Embracing Positivity

The biggest draw for people that are looking at this option is simple, positivity. Think about the many negative elements in life. All you have to do is turn on the television for a few moments, and you will be hit with all the negativity that you could muster. Now, imagine doing this daily. Millions of people focus on the bad side of things, the media, and lots of different opinions on matters that they have no control over. There's nothing wrong with being informed, but when those things build up within the mind, fear, sadness, anxiety, and much more start to takeover. That's not a fun thing at all.

Instead of embracing all those things, a good way to move forward is to look at the positive elements that can manifest from joy, happiness and the likes. This is what the law is really about. Focusing on the positive things that can come from self-improvement.

The Starting Line

For those that aren't sure how to get started, meditation can help. Now, this is not the same defining principle as yoga, or others. But there are some thoughts that you can add within these confines. The goal with meditative practices is to stop what you're doing, and breathe in deeply. When you stop everything for at least 15 minutes a day, you will start to see the world around you with different eyes. You can literally start to attract positivity from the universe, and start to enjoy your mornings, evenings, and more. Only 15 minutes to start is all you need to start positive elements to come through your life.

Does It Work?

This is the question that everyone seems to want to ask. Yes, the answer is absolutely yes. However, this is not something that you can implement overnight and see results. It takes some getting used to, especially if you're used to negative elements in your life. Changing things up for the better is simple, when you start to break down the right components of the Law of Attraction. Start with simple affirmations, and read more into this. As you start to embrace positivity, you will see new positive changes will come through, no doubt.

What Is Luck and How Are Hunches Linked to It?

The question is what is luck? Is there such a thing or is it something that results from our response to a hunch? In other words, are we led by some internal power to do something at a specific time that will result in what we might call 'good fortune'? What determines who sits in a seat in a vehicle that crashes and one is killed and the other is not? Or why buy a lottery ticket on the spur of the moment that ultimately wins a prize?

Is it 'luck' as driven by a mystical supernatural force or it simply that it was going to happen and the one experiencing it just happened by chance to be there or to buy the ticket? Over centuries of trying to resolve this issue man has got no closer than that many will risk all to have a chance at being the next one to chance on the right situation at that time.

To answer the questions is to go deeper into the reason why we are here and what happens to each of us during our lives. After my reincarnation and with a strong link to the Spirit of the Universe it is my opinion that everyone is part of a plan. We are like puppets in a massive collection of players and every one of us serves a purpose. That means that what happens to us is part of the overall scene.

We might ask some tough questions in response to our probe into this topic. For instance why would I remember reincarnation when religions don't and others don't concur with it? Some feel they have been around before, others get flashbacks of past lives, still others have no feeling about it whatsoever and they don't believe in life-after-death anyway.

What about a hunch? Is that linked to luck and why are some things we suddenly do without thought can turn us into a genius or a millionaire? Why do some get a hunch to go shoot people in a public place? Or to stay away from something that will result in many being killed.

My link to the Spirit has shown me that it is the very thing we are talking about. It controls our moods, actions, desires, and where we are at any given time. The idea of luck removes the power from God to something that few can relate to but all know exists. If there is a plan in place to bring the world to a point of conclusion than it stands to reason that the players are given the ideas on which they act to bring it about.

We are in an extremely volatile world where anything can happen and bombs are exploding on a daily basis. People are fleeing conflicts and the old systems are failing. This is something written about many centuries past so it is nothing to do with luck or hunches but in my mind is the Spirit of the Universe.

18 Life Principles For Greater Living

We all have a set of principles we abide by. Ask any person about their values and beliefs and they'll respond according to what's important to them.

I've noticed a central theme in my advice since first writing about: personal development, motivation and success. For the uninitiated, it can be summarised in the following eighteen points.

They are in no particular order and I urge you to identify with those you resonate with and incorporate them into your life.

  1. Love More: Not just people or things, but yourself. Many of life's problems result from a lack of self-love. To love more means to connect with the deeper intelligence that guides your being. You are the embodiment of love, irrespective of whether you're hurt or betrayed. Set aside those feelings and know that you are the ocean swimming in a sea of love. Drown yourself in it.
  2. Be Vigilant With Your Thoughts: Be mindful of your thoughts and don't let them consume you. Do you think uplifting thoughts or are they filled with self-doubt and pessimism? Do you look for the silver lining in situations or do you consider what could go wrong? Do you have a fixed or growth-mindset? Despite people's beliefs, our thoughts are not fixed. They're shaped by being aware of them and not believing everything you think.
  3. Practise Mindfulness: Bring your thoughts to the forefront of your mind and resist being a victim to unconscious behaviours. Mindfulness invites you to bring your attention to what's taking place in your life instead of reliving past events. It means connecting with the present moment instead of being a victim to the past.
  4. Regular Personal Development: Immerse yourself in inspiring material that encourages you to become someone of character. If we don't shower, brush our teeth or exercise, we fall victim to destructive habits and pay the price as illness. People claim since they can't see the benefits of personal development, everything is fine. I enjoy the quote from the late motivational speaker Zig Ziglar who said, "People often say that motivation doesn't last. Well, neither does bathing - that's why we recommend it daily."
  5. Attitude Is Everything: Your attitude is more important than your outlook because it influences how you show up in life. How is a positive attitude developed? By overcoming life's obstacles rather than retreating from them. As you approach life with courage, you overcome your fears that once crippled you.
  6. Be Of Service To Others: We all have a purpose, some discover it early in life while sadly, others die with a song in their heart. You can be of service to others in the smallest way through your thoughts, words and actions. You needn't lend your time to charities to be of service although it's helpful. Give of your time and resources by enriching other people's lives. Even sending peaceful thoughts to another person is a step in the right direction.
  7. Character Is More Important Than Reputation: Your reputation can be destroyed in moments, while character takes a lifetime to build. Consider celebrities involved in scandals, who squander their character and reputation. Be mindful of who you're becoming. Don't forsake this for a reputation that lasts a fraction of the time to build good character.
  8. Let Go Of Worry, Fear And Anxiety: Have you noticed what you worry about rarely happens? We're notorious for fabricating stories to protect us in case such events transpire. Yet, if we continue down this path, we will attract these circumstances because of the energy devoted to it. Replace negativity with enriching thoughts that bring you closer to the life you wish to live.
  9. Make Peace With The Past: To create this future we need to heal the past, to avoid excess baggage. You've heard it said, the past is a figment of your imagination and no longer exists. Reliving the past derails a bright future because your mind is stuck dwelling on something no longer relevant.
  10. Happiness Comes From Within: The biggest fraud sold to mankind is that happiness is attained via: success, fame, wealth or a suitable partner. Yet, one need only look to people who have these things and are still unfulfilled, sometimes depressed. If you're unhappy and gain wealth, you'll continue to be unhappy because having more of these things amplifies what is lacking.
  11. Surround Yourself With Great People: Especially those who bring out the best in you. If we lack self-esteem, we attract like-minded people. They are likely to notice the disowned parts within us we disapprove of. The other person will then reflect this through their interaction with us and we retaliate to prove them wrong. Surround yourself with people who see your greater qualities and don't take you for granted.
  12. Be Here And Now: Stop worrying about the future until it arrives. We worry about circumstances and miss out on the aliveness of the present moment. The future never arrives as we expect, so it's pointless to worry about something that exists as thoughts. It's wise to have: goals, dreams and ambitions. Yet, if we're not aligned with the motivation to accomplish these things, when they arrive it will not be as we expect. This is how a midlife crisis ensues because our vision of the future does not match reality.
  13. Practice Gratitude: Gratitude means to appreciate what you have in your life instead of what is lacking. We can focus on the negative or positive and either way we're right. One brings unfavourable circumstances while the other carries positive aspects. Be grateful for the smallest things because somewhere, someone is longing for what you take for granted.
  14. Forgive Yourself And Others: Forgiveness is a doorway to heal the past. Many people forgive others yet they're unable to forgive themselves. I invite you to start with yourself first. Forgive yourself completely and open the window for love to heal. Remember, forgiveness does not mean to forget, it means to see the past in a new light.
  15. Practice Acceptance And Detachment: Acceptance means not resisting what's taking place in your life. Irrespective whether it's an unfortunate situation, it can pave the way for something wonderful to transpire. Detachment means to distance ourselves from a desired outcome and allow circumstances to play out until the complete picture has emerged. Only then do we realise everything that takes place unfolds as it should, for our greater purpose.
  16. Honour Your Feelings: Medical doctors now realise the harmful effects of toxic emotions which can lead to illness. Perhaps you were told not to express your emotions, apparent in cultures where it's viewed as a sign of weakness. To connect with your emotions invites you to honour your feelings and express them in a healthy way. This doesn't mean acting on your feelings of anger. Rather, investigate what the anger is seeking to represent.
  17. Discover And Live Your Purpose: People who live their purpose lead healthier and robust lives. They're happy pursuing that which makes their spirit come alive. There's a purpose within you waiting to reveal itself. Dependent on your age, you may have realised it or are still discovering it. The key is to experiment until you find a purpose that resonates with you. Your purpose will bring joy to your life and those you serve.
  18. Be Kind To Everyone You Meet: We're often unaware how tough some people are doing it, until we get an insight in to their story. Don't judge people like an oil painting because there's greater depth to a person than you realise. We don't get an impression of them until we really know them or walk in their shoes. Assume the best in everyone until they prove otherwise. Be kind and withhold judgement since that only defines you as a critic.

Feeling Bored? Spice Up Your Life!

Ever look at your life and feel like it's not what you thought it would be? A lot of people have felt that way at some point in their lives. We had this idea in our minds of how our life would be and it's nowhere near that. That could be for a number of reasons but regardless, I believe it's never too late to accomplish your goals and dreams. It's never too late to make a change. If you're feeling like your life is boring, that may be because you're not doing anything. You are not really participating in life. Life is happening all around you and you're sitting on the sidelines watching everyone else. You have to be honest with yourself. You should do an internal check-in with yourself. Where are you emotionally and mentally? Spiritually? Whether you are religious or spiritual or neither, I think prayer is something we've all heard of. If you believe in prayer, when is the last time you prayed for guidance? Day by day, life is happening. You only get to do this thing called life once. I don't think anyone wants to consider their life boring. A lot of things are in our control. For example, if you stay home all the time and never go anywhere, you associate with the same people, you never try anything new, that's a choice. You're choosing to do that. We all choose to do what we do. The reality is that nothing changes until YOU change. You must decide to. So if you're feeling bored, here are a few tips to spice up your life:

1. Be Accountable. Stop pointing fingers at everyone else and take accountability for your actions. Take accountability for your life. You are where you are based on actions that you've taken. Or the inaction you've taken. Be honest with yourself about what's been in your control. You are the one making decisions so if you're not happy with where you are, then try making different decisions that are aligned with what you really want. Be honest with yourself about how you've been showing up. Think about someone who, to you, does not have a boring life. What are they doing? How are they showing up in the world? What actions are they taking? Think about who you want to be with a life full of spice. What would you be doing? What would you need to change now to become that? Once you figure that out, then take action towards becoming that.

2. Do Something Different. You can't keep doing the same things and expect different results. If you want something you've never had, you have to do something you've never done. Take a risk here and there. Some of you play it so safe, you just coast through life. There are no wow moments. You follow a very straight line and never do anything different. Success is not a straight line. If you ever listen to some of the world's most successful people, you will hear that they took risks. They didn't do what everyone else was doing. Everything wasn't perfect. Everything still isn't perfect. Perfection doesn't exist. If you're feeling bored, do something different. Spice it up. Add variety. Go to a different restaurant. Travel to somewhere you've never been. Try a new dance class. Read a book in a different genre. Cook a dish from another country. Take a different route home than the normal. Small changes consistently can lead to big changes. And it can get you out of the boring rut you're in.

3. Meet New People. Some of you hang with people that don't do anything and you wonder why you feel bored. There is a saying that 'Birds of a feather flock together'. In other words, you are who you hang around. There is a law of association that says you are the sum of the five closest people you associate with the most. Think about that. The people you hang around are influencing you whether you realize that or not. Get out and meet new people. Get different perspectives. Remember, you have to do something different. Change your circles a bit. Elevate your circles. If you want to have some fun and spice it up, then get around people that are fun and living it up. has a lot of different groups that you can join for free based on your interests and zip code. Try different networking events. Meet new people and make new friends.

We have more control over our lives than we think or want to believe. If you want to get rid of the boredom then participate more in life. If you're single, do things by yourself. Enjoy your own company. You don't always need to have someone with you. Regardless, only you can make the decision that you are going to spice up your life and take action to do so.

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Your Life Is Waiting On You! When Are You Going To Show Up?

I first heard the phrase 'start before you're ready' from Marshawn Evans. I thought to myself she must be crazy. I can't start before I'm ready. Well I have to be honest. Marshawn was right. Once I got enough courage to do my own event, I thought to myself that I wish I would've started sooner.

Your Life Matters. Your life is waiting on you. Many of us are waiting for the perfect time to start our business, the perfect time to travel, the perfect time to move, the perfect time to buy a new car, the perfect opportunity, etc. While it makes sense to wait to do certain things so you don't appear to be completely irrational or illogical, the reality is that there's never going to be a perfect time. Perfection doesn't exist. Sometimes you just have to take a risk. You have to do something different. Yes, you should think things through and do your due diligence in terms of research and having some type of plan but once you've done that, at some point you're going to have to take a leap of faith. Your dreams need you. Even with a stellar business plan, for example, you may run into challenges. Life happens for all of us no matter how much we try to have our ducks in a row. It's life. You learn along the way. It's okay to make mistakes. You can use them as learning opportunities. I speak from experience as I've delayed taking action in my own life because I've felt like I wasn't ready, I had to be perfect or that I didn't have enough or wasn't as good as some other people in my industry. Steve Harvey is a comedian, television host, radio personality, actor, and author. Steve mentioned on his show that you have to jump. You'll never know if you can soar if you never jump. I agree. In other words, you don't know how amazing and incredible you can be if you never try, if never give yourself a chance. Every successful person had to start somewhere. It's easy to get caught up in thinking you have to have everything perfect when you see your competition or others in your field that may have a fancier website or high quality videos, for example. It can be discouraging. However, you must remember that they too had to start somewhere. Stop comparing yourself to others.

Everyone started out with an idea, a dream, a goal. They then got the crazy idea to actually pursue it. Something in them had to believe that it was possible so they started to take action. I guarantee if you ask any successful person if it was a nice and perfect road to success, all of them would say no. There were some twists and turns but they did not let that deter them. As they were on their journey to success, I'm sure there were people they came across that had better websites, better videos, more clients, better marketing, etc. and they may have felt like they weren't good enough. But they kept going and just got better along the way. That's all you have to do. What matters is your authenticity. You don't have to start out with the most expensive camera or the most expensive software. You start from where you are with what you have. It's enough. You can start with your iPhone. That's what I've done. What's important is to do what you can right now. Your life is waiting on you. Your dreams are waiting on you. Just get out there! If you focus on having everything perfect, you're likely to procrastinate and that will cause you not to move forward.

Your Dreams Matter. Your life matters. You matter. God has given all of us gifts and talents that we must share with the world. Your gift is what could save someone's life. Your talent is what could give someone hope. If you look at it from the perspective of the millions of people you're robbing by not sharing your gifts and talents then you wouldn't take it so lightly. It's not about you. You playing small is not benefiting anyone. Your gifts and talents were given to you so you could be a gift/blessing to others. Start before you're ready. Take the first step. Take action in the direction of your goals and dreams. The world needs you. Don't wait for the perfect time. Start from where you are with what you have. It's more than enough. Keep moving. As you grow, you'll get better. Your life is waiting on you. Don't delay. Tomorrow isn't promised.!-When-Are-You-Going-To-Show-Up?&id=9476342

How To Feel Motivated All The Time?

Action leads to motivation, this is one of the tricks I've always advised clients to use.

If you're willing to do just 5 minutes of the work, regardless of how you feel at any moment, you can ignite the hidden power of commitment and consistency which gives you more fuel to continue the task for another 30 minutes.

Instead of "trying to get motivated", taking action and just doing the first small action step will bring you motivation.

However, I've recently heard about this interesting integrative motivational theory called Temporal Motivation Theory.

Basically, it's a theoretical equation that purports to explain everything about motivation.

The formula is that motivation equals to (Expectancy times Value), divided by (Impulsiveness times Delay).

Put it simply, there are 4 factors that we can use to increase our motivation.

#1 Expectancy

Expectancy, or self-efficacy, is how likely you think you will succeed in a particular goal.

The easier you think you can handle something, the more you expect to succeed, the more confidence you are, the higher the motivation you have.

#2 Value

Value is the reward associated with the outcome, it's how much the result means to you.

The more valuable we perceive the result to be (maybe because of the pleasure or meaning you're going to get out of it), the higher the motivation we do the thing.

#3 Impulsiveness

Impulsiveness is how good we are at withstanding distractions, disruptions or interruptions which get us off track.

The better we can "say no" to these temptations using our willpower and habits, the higher the motivation we have to follow through the action.

#4 Delay

Delay is the amount of time until the outcome realizes (i.e. the deadline). It means how far into the future will the reward or outcome lies.

For example, at the beginning of a school term, students' motivations are not high because there's a long delay before the deadline (aka. exam) comes, therefore the reward of studying is not immediate and it has low value.

But when students have only a few days to prepare the exams, because of the short delay and the higher perceived value, the motivation will shoot up to the roof.

Assuming this equation is correct, how can we apply it in our lives?

To put it in a simple sentence, you'll want to set easy achievable short-term goals with a deadline to it, cut off all distractions possible, dominate it and then nicely reward yourself when completed.

The key is to have an imminent deadline so that you have that "last-minute rush" feeling like the students so that you are compelled to focus intensely during that short period.

With that said, do you feel an urge to stop reading so much about motivation and start doing just 5 minutes of the work you've been procrastinating on? (Yes, I do mind read.)

Anyhow, go crush that thing and I'll see you in a bit!

A Life Of Sweet Surrender

Are you a peacemaker, a diplomat, an appeaser or a pacifier; maybe you're known as a 'go along to get along' kind of person who is silent except when it's time to negotiate a peace treaty? If so, you are living the life of sweet surrender. You are surrendering the opportunity to make a statement, take a stand or support something you believe in. On the down side, when you stand for nothing you are expected to be confident about nothing. You have been silenced with your consent.

Why does anyone accept this position? Could it be that they are afraid their opinion is not intelligent or has significant value, that they may offend someone who matters or even that they are insignificant? Somehow the people who have assumed this position in life manage to surround themselves with those who expect them to remain silent or negotiate them out of the places where they have placed their foot squarely in their own mouth, rendering this position even more thankless.

In the words of George Braque, 'Once an object has been incorporated in a picture it accepts a new destiny." Every scene becomes a picture, a memory set down in time. All the people in the scene become objects in the picture. The diplomat who never voices an opinion or holds a position except as peacemaker becomes a part of the opinions expressed, even though they may be in total opposition; a rarely sought after destiny.

This kind of posture occurs over time... As in the time when you were uncertain of which stand was correct, growing up in a loud dysfunctional environment that required the presence of a peacemaker, imagining that you are in a group who held a far more important position than you and a host of other issues that silenced you. People become accepting of this role when it becomes valuable to others in their circle. Even if it is uncomfortable it lends value to their presence.

Much like the old frog in the pot syndrome that is typically associated with abusive relationships, those who accept your silence become your abuser. A frog that is placed in cool water will sit still and be boiled alive so long as the temperature is slowly increased. That same frog placed in boiling water will immediately recognize the danger and jump out to save itself. It is a long cool boil that silences a human into submission and acceptance of never daring to speak up or out. It is also dangerous; this person is fated to build up a resentment at those who never seem to notice their silence or lack of participation.

It is worthwhile to take a chance and take a stand by testing the water if you are the one afflicted. You may discover you don't even like the company of those who never noticed or asked about your thoughts or feelings. That's not a bad thing; you are standing for something important. Yourself..