Discover The Subconscious “Source Code Secret”… If you get one thing out of this blog post, get that manifesting abundance does not have to be hard. In fact, it’s quite the opposite as you’ll soon discover.
Over the last 25 years, ever since I read “As a Man Thinketh” by James Allen, I have been a passionate student of the art, and some would say science, of Abundance. With often miraculous results.
Every morning I feed my dog Chance. He has 10 dog biscuits.
As soon as the biscuits hit the metal bowl, Chance’s special friend “Bird” is alerted and comes hopping over.
Chance is happy to share his breakfast with Bird. He hardly notices. In fact, Bird only eats approximately 1/20th of a dog biscuit.
We can all learn a lot from Bird.
Because she happily eats her morsel and then hops off and gets on with the next thing.
Our thoughts definitely are “direction based”.
For instance if I think about a certain type of delicious food, my feet are likely to start moving towards then fridge.
Therefore, common sense dictates we spend a LOT of time trying to get our thoughts to “work better”.
In the hope that we will then “feel and act better”.
But what if that theory is upside down and back to front?
The other day I took the day off work. Me and the family took a vote on what to do. Majority decision, we went to the beach.
Ruth and the kids were dancing around playing in the waves and calling for me to come and join in the fun. But I ignored them (in the nicest possible way).
The thing is, I just wanted to lie there in the sunshine with my eyes closed and drift.
Every day, as humans, we achieve things.
The problem is we don’t always get what we want.
For instance, zoom into a picture of the last 24 hours.
What was the result of your days efforts and journey?
Was it perfect? Good? So-So? Disappointing?
Now zoom out to a picture of the last 12 months…
Same thing. What did you do since this time last year? What did you get?
Roses growing naturally have thorns for a reason.
To protect them from herbivores in the wild.
This is known as a “physical defence”
However, when you hand someone a rose you’ll want to remove the thorns first, so the flower becomes harmless. And the gift can be fully enjoyed.
This principle applies to ANY gift.
Including the gifts you give to yourself!
Ed LesterTransformational Coach
Seeing and removing your blind spots…
There was this technique my driving instructor taught me back in the day.
It’s called the lifesaver look.
It’s a great way to think about yourself and potential breakthroughs available to you in any given moment.
Especially when it comes to growing a successful business and fulfilling your life’s purpose.
When driving a vehicle, you look in your rear view and side view mirrors to see most of the picture.
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Not just quiet moments but moments filled with safety, peace and gratitude…
We think we have all our great ideas when we’re trying hard and focusing.
But there’s a different kind of concentration and idea-generation. That comes from a silent place called “permission”.
When you relax and let go. Surrender to the breath, the moment, to the sunshine (or even the rain) around you.
And that’s often where the great ideas and solutions creep in.
Change is a process not an event.
Have you ever found yourself waiting for something big to happen?
It’s like expecting to suddenly find yourself on top of a new mountain.
When the truth is you’re already 90% of the way up your current mountain.
The joy is in the process. The steps you take. The wrong turns. The occasional panic of being lost but then a familiar tree or landscape tells you it’s all ok.
Back in the day of Confucius, people often chased 2 rabbits. He advised them “Much better to chase just one. Because if you chase 2, you catch neither”.
Things must have been pretty laid back in those days…
Because fast forward to today, most people are chasing 20 rabbits. And catching nothing but a bunch of stress and overwhelm in the process.
Let’s be honest, long “to do lists” and ambitious multi-goals can seem very appealing.