Wealth is a subconscious conviction which we must build into our mental reality.
“The feeling of wealth produces wealth. Keep this in mind at all times.”
Wealth isn’t attracted through hard labor or envy, but springs from our subconscious.
However, we must first put aside any doubts or superstitions about money, what we condemn, we can never attract.
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When we detach our minds from the sense of evidence of our current situation and focus on our vision, our creative mechanism can thrive.
Some of the greatest figures in history, have trusted in the power of their subconscious to guide their work…
“Long hours, hard labor, or burning the midnight oil will not produce a Milton, a Shakespeare, or a Beethoven. People accomplish great things through quiet moments, imagining that the invisible things from the foundation of time are clearly visible.”
“Man is what he thinks all day long.” Ralph Waldo Emerson
Overthinking, worrying and anxiety all have a detrimental effect on our physiological processes, which in turn disrupt our subconscious mechanism.
The antidote to this, and in-mindful meditation, is to simply “let go, relax, and still the wheels of your thought processes.”
Most frustrations and anxieties, are due to unfulfilled desires. In this way, dwelling on obstacles will simply block our subconscious from working effectively.
You have only one mind, but it has two areas with different functions. One part is your conscious mind. That’s your “objective mind” your waking mind. It makes choices. The other part is your subconscious mind. It is your “deep self”. Your conscious mind can reason. Your subconscious mind doesn’t reason or argue. Your conscious mind is the gardener, but the subconscious is the garden itself. This is largely a conscious decision and we all have the power to decide the type of person we wish to be
Our beliefs and language have to be monitored carefully.
“As long as we persist in saying, “I can’t afford that car, that trip to Europe, that home, that fur coat or ermine wrap,” we can rest assured that our subconscious mind will follow our orders, and we will go through life experiencing the lack of all these things.” Negative thoughts are highly detrimental. Not only do they impact our emotions, but they also prevent us from succeeding.
Similar to the practice of mindfulness meditation and examining our thoughts and beliefs as impartial observers, we should caution against becoming over-identified with the ego and the concept of self.
We often live in our thoughts and feelings, it becoming habituated to negative reactions to external events.
The antidote to this is self-observation, where our attention, rather than being fixed on externals, is directed inwards.
This is reminiscent of the Henry Ford quote, “Whether you think you can, or you think you can’t – you’re right.”
Our thoughts and beliefs make real that which is in our mind, even prior to becoming tangible on an objective level.
“What do we believe about ourself, life, and the universe? It is done unto us, as we believe.”
The Zen philosopher Alan Watts put it beautifully when he said those who think all the time have nothing to think about except thoughts so they lose touch with reality and live in a world of illusion.
Watch your thoughts, they become words, Watch your words, they become actions, Watch your actions, they become habits, Watch your habits, they become character. Watch your character, it becomes your destiny.
The 80/20 principle (aka the Pareto principle) states that 80% of the results come to form 20% of the cause. A few things are important; most are not. He notices that a tiny number of pea pods in this garden produced the majority of the peas. At the time, Pareto was studying wealth in various nations. As he was Italian, he began by analyzing the distribution of wealth in Italy. To his surprise, he discovered that approximately 80 % of the land in Italy was owned by just 20 percent of the people.
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