Tuesday, December 21, 2010

When to do affirmations? Does it matter?

Good day,
Today I wanted to go over some details on fine-tuning your work with the Law of Attraction. Although any form of goal setting and visualization is better than nothing, like any skill there is an optimum way of doing things. If you have been reading this blog or have any idea of how the Law of Attraction works you now know that it is not what you say that does the work but how you feel about the visualization that sends out the energy for all things to work their way to bring you opportunities for success. So merely getting up in the morning late for work and repeating “I am so happy and grateful now that I have $50,000” while trying to balance making coffee, changing the kid’s diaper and scanning the news paper is not going to have the same effect as being in a meditative state, calm and collected, feeling the gratitude in the moment and visualizing the exact amount and getting into the feeling of how it feels like.
In the book The Science of Getting Rich, Wallace Wattles emphasizes you should spend every free moment concentrating and visualizing the goals you want in extreme detail so that when through out the day you bring up the goal it is so ingrained into your subconscious that you don’t have to think in detail about it to get the good feeling vibration that will be responsible for manifesting the opportunities for action to achieve those goals.
This should not come as a surprise if you have read my e-book, Road map to life: A real world lesson or any other works on using the Law of Attraction. When you are in the hustle and bustle of daily life you are creating a vibration of lack or at the very least impatience. That is not what you want to send out in regards to your goals. This type of practice will actually delay and hinder achievement of your goals.
It is extremely difficult to try to turn your emotions on a dime. Visualization of your goals and dreams is not a chore and should never feel like work. Bob Doyle says this all the time. If it feels like work you are not in the right frame of mind to visualize your goals. Instead try working on feeling a little bit better and get calm. When you are happy and calm is the best time to really visualize and concentrate on what goals you want to achieve. Those are the times when you are hit with inspirational thoughts and when things just seem to fall in place.
So moral of the story is do visualize your goals as much as you can. Monitor your feelings when you are doing this exercise and make sure you are in a good feeling frame of mind to make the biggest impact. Lastly be patient. No matter what you may think, every thing is happening, as it should for your best interest.
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