We all have rocks and prickles in our lives in one form or another. It’s our little insecurities that either take us upwards on the road to success or take us downward into failure. Me, I prefer success.
I’ve shared with you dozens of times that I made lemonade out of obesity. I used it as the main catalyst for my success both spiritually and in business. I believe it is the dish I got handed, so why not use it to it’s fullest advantage?
What have you been handed? If you’re reading this blog, I’m going to hazard a guess that you have weight and size issues as I did. Or maybe you’re one of the lucky readers who just love what I write and can see it’s application in your life aside from bodily size issues. Whichever, let’s talk about using spiritual healing techniques for any problem and how I did just that over the last three weeks.
I took close to three weeks off in July. I’d planned this time off long before I took a 50% decrease in income. I’m afraid I let myself think too much about the so-called recession and badda bing! My thoughts manifested in my experience. I knew I had to turn this around.
Beginning on July 27th, I began to do one hour of mental work from 7 am to 8 am daily. I then studied my metaphysics materials for an additional hour at the end of my work day. That’s two weeks ago. Since then, I’ve got four potential clients in the wings and my sense of confidence that “All is Mental and that All is Good” has been firmly re-implanted in my mentality and in my experience.
I do my mental work from the basis that since all is good, and since all is mental, the Primal Element in life - the stuff from which everything is made - is mental and good, in fact, is goodness itself and so am I. What I do is with my thinking, I “ex-press” this goodness as new clients in my practice. “Ex-Pression” means taking what exists inside me right now (I call it consciousness - the main substance from which everything else is formed using my thinking) and pressing it out from inside of me. I find this a very effective use of the Law of Cause and Effect.
Are you worth two hours effort a day to correct whatever your current challenge is? I think you are.