When I was a teen, I learned that Dr. Maya Angelou said, whatever happens be grateful.
At the time, I thought it was the stupidest thing I’d ever heard…
If you start your day with feelings of gratitude you will feel good and you can keep that feeling all day.
But you might also want to write down something like this: “I am so happy and grateful that…” and then write what you would like to have.
For example: “I am very happy and grateful that I have perfect health, that I am abundantly compensated for being; that I have wonderful and loving partner…etc.”
Use the present tense, visualize the things you want, be grateful for them, and think about them as already yours. When you achieve them, you can add new things to your list. When you write about money, start first with amount you believe is possible and then increase the amount when you got the amount you’d written down. Be specific.
When you start doing as described above, at first you might feel strange that you are using present tense for the things you want to have in the future, but it’s important to train your mind and force your mind to think about them in present tense. After some time of playing such “mental hula hoop” your mind will obey and will help you to achieve the things you want.
When I was a teen, I remember reading that Dr. Maya Angelou said, whatever happens be grateful. I thought it was the stupidest thing I’d ever heard.
Then I started living…