May 5th, 2013Published by:mariewtoday2
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Success In Network Marketing Dependson the Application of a Simple butPowerful Truth
Youhave probably heard of the “Law ofAttraction” and “The Secret”. Theseareactually based on ancient knowledge thathas not often been understood. The “Bible”and other texts speak of these laws inrelation to God or the Universal Consciousness.
Everything that we experience on the outside physical world has manifested itself throughthe spiritual cosmic plane
, the boundlessEnergy of Creation that flows through all wesee and experience here. Our awareness of thistruth and willingness to embrace it, determinesour level of success in any endeavor.Numerous books have continued to be written inthe last hundred years regarding this subject.The first we will address here is “As A ManThinketh” by James Allen. Written in 1902,it was partially responsible for the self-improvement movement. Based on Proverbs 23:7“Eat thou not the bread of him that hathan evil eye, neither desire thou his daintymeats: For as he thinketh in his heart, so heis: Eat and drink, saith he to thee; but hisheart is not with thee. The morsel which thouhast eaten shalt thou vomit up, and lose thysweet words.”, the book evolved.James opens his book with the statement:
Mind is the Master power that moulds and makes,And Man is Mind, and evermore he takesThe tool of Thought, and, shaping whathe wills,Brings forth a thousand joys, a thousand ills: — He thinks in secret, and it comes to pass:Environment is but his looking-glass.Begin Your Journey to Success In NetworkMarketing by Exploring Your Thoughts
1. Download the Free EBook Here:As A ManThinketh2. Close your eyes and listen to the audioversion of this timeless writing below.Focus on the words and what visuals come upfor you in relation to what you hear.The subconscious mind thinks in pictures andsymbols, not words. Stay open.3. Write down clearly your intentions. Bevery descriptive and use all your senses. Forexample, if you desire a new home, describeeverything about it and feel what it is liketo be there on the date in the future you willbe in this home. What does it look like insideand out? How is it decorated? What aromasare there? What sounds do you hear? Touchthe furniture, the decorations, the counters,cabinets, everything as you walk throughit.Look out the windows. Close your eyes andrepeat, adding more details. Feel the utterjoy of being there.4. Read this book daily. Keep a journal ofthoughts that arise during the day. When dis-empowering thoughts arise, write down a new wayof thinking. For example, change “I’ll neverdo this” to “I am grateful for the opportunityto challenge myself.” Then visualize the resultyou desire.5. Continue this for 30 days and record yoursuccesses you see in all areas of your life.What positive changes are you seeing in yourrelationships, your finances, your health,your surroundings? Express gratitude dailyin your journal. Seek positive experiences.Notice the weather and how it enhances theenvironment.Notes (from Wilkopedia):
Men do not attract what they want, but whatthey are.
A man is literally what he thinks, hischaracter being the complete sum of allhis thoughts.
Cherish your visions. Cherish your ideals.Cherish the music that stirs in yourheart, the beauty that forms in yourmind, the loveliness that drapes yourpurest thoughts, for out of them will growall delightful conditions, all heavenlyenvironment, of these, if you but remaintrue to them your world will at last bebuilt.
The soul attracts that which it secretlyharbors, that which it loves, and alsothat which it fears. It reaches the heightof its cherished aspirations. It falls tothe level of its unchastened desires – andcircumstances are the means by which thesoul receives its own.
Men are anxious to improve theircircumstances, but are unwilling toimprove themselves, they therefore remainbound.