TopicHow Will You Lead Yourself Into the Career of Your Dreams?
The good news is that we do have the power to change our thoughts Spiritual Laws of Money Review and thus, the power to effect change in our relationships, our businesses/jobs, and our self-concept. Rather than repeating affirmations over and over again (such as, "I'm thin and beautiful, I'm thin and beautiful") it is more effective to take the "act as if" approach.
If you take some time to get quiet, relax, and visualize what your life would be like if you had already reached your goal, your mind stands a better chance of accepting this as a possible reality to work toward. Not only do we need to get our conscious mind on board with our goals and aspirations, we also need to get our subconscious mind on board. The best way to get both on board at the same time is to combine the power of visualization, hearing, smelling, tasting, and emotionally feeling what life would be like if the desired outcome had already happened.
Let's re-visit the above example (admittedly a slightly silly example) of having the goal to be thin and beautiful. Just telling yourself over and over that you are thin and beautiful will not bring this goal to pass. However, if you begin to take relaxed moments (on a regular, consistent basis) to really visualize yourself as thin and beautiful and allow yourself to really imagine how you feel emotionally as this thin and beautiful version of you, your subconscious mind begins to make more room for this expanded view and feel of yourself.
As your mind begins to act as if you are thin and beautiful (which, by the way, you already are beautiful - regardless of girth, but then that is a topic for another article) then over time, you begin to hold your head up just a little bit higher, you walk with more of a spring in your step, and research has shown, then others will perceive you as attractive and be drawn to you.