It’s not too often that I can actually say I am blown away by a video I watched online, but this really impressed me:
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Like many of you, I have been struggling for years to make the Law of Attraction work for me, not knowing that I was actually going about using it THE WRONG WAY!
You see, the key to using the Law of Attraction, and being able to manifest what you want and desire, is the proper use of visualization. The fact is, many people can’t properly visualize and create an emotional connection to what they are seeing. All that has now changed thanks to “Abundant Mind”
Abundant Mind is being called “The Netflix of Subliminal Manifestation” because it contains a massive library of powerful, full motion, high resolution visualization videos that can be streamed on any internet connected device.
Unlike the visualization videos that already exist on the market, these are vastly superior because they use FIVE scientifically proven subconscious altering techniques. By using full motion themed video (not still images), a special audio track, affirmations, subliminal messages and binaural beats, these videos will completely change how you visualize and respond emotionally to visualizations. This could literally be the secret behind “The Secret”.
I have been using these for the last few days and I’m already seeing a difference. I highly recommend you take a few minutes out of your day to check out this phenomenal connection of visualization videos.
I received an email asking why, if this website is about thinking positive, am I posting information about the Law of Attraction? It’s a valid question – and I have an answer. Some may not consider it a valid answer, but it’s still an answer. And of course, it’s a long and convoluted answer because that’s just the way I am – all convoluted.
I grew up with the mantra of plan for the worst, but hope for the best. Not the greatest way to live your life, but it is how I was raised. Then one day, a co-worker loaned me a dvd called The Secret. I’d seen the book in store for quite a while but I just ignored it. In fact, I totally judged it by it’s cover (which I still dislike) and figured it was the dumbest book ever. But I watched the dvd and WOW, I thought it was the most amazing thing ever. Not the whole secret being passed down over generations or the manifesting of perfect parking spaces, but just by the whole concept. Basically to me what it boiled down to was you get back what you put out, so why not put a positive attitude out there? Because if you’re getting back what you put out there, getting positive stuff back is a good thing to me!
I’m not saying that this is the only philosophy out there, nor am I saying it is the best one. What it is, however, is one that speaks very strongly to me, and I will continue to share interesting tidbits that I acquire along my journey. There are many great resources there and I hope you’ll discover some of them.
Thanks for joining me on my continued journey toward a more positive life – stick around, it’s all positive goodness from here!
Anything you really want, you can attain, if you really go after it. – Wayne Dyer
A lot of people struggle with this concept, especially if they’re fan’s of the book The Secret. According to The Secret, it’s enough to ask the universe for something, believe that it’s yours, and you’ll get it. Ask, believe and receive is the mantra. I totally buy into this, to a point. If you want something, by all means, put it out there. Some will say this is asking the universe, others will say it’s prayer. I’m not going to argue either point. I’m okay with believing it’s yours. Believing is visualizing. If you want a new car, imagine yourself sitting in the brand new car of your dreams. Smell the new car scent in your mind, fell your hands gripping the steering wheel. This is where The Secret and I part ways. You can’t just sit there and wait for it to happen. You have to work to make it happen. Start shopping around, start saving money – enter contests to win new cars…it doesn’t matter, just be actively doing something to get yourself one step closer to that car, or whatever else you may have visualized.
I think it’s the combination of an unshakable belief that you will get what you want along with the working toward it that gets you to your goal. If you believe you’re going to attain your goal, and don’t do anything to work towards it, you’re not going to get it. If you work, work, work, but don’t have any clear vision of what you’re working toward, you’ll end up going in circles. So figure out what you want, set that goal firmly in your mind and see yourself achieving that goal, and then get going!
In order for any of this to make any sense at all, you’re going to need a little back story. It really all starts with a television program that was on the air about ten years ago. It wasn’t a hit show, it wasn’t critically acclaimed, but what it did do was introduce me to some of the most wonderful people I have ever known.
The first season this show was on the air, I quickly became enamored of it, and turned to the new toy in my house, the internet, to find other people who also liked this show. I did, and it was quite possibly the smartest thing I’ve ever done. I “met,” online, a group of people who have become an integral part of my life. We’ve been there for each other through marriages and divorces, births and deaths and everything else that goes along with life. Some of us have met in person, some are just a name on a computer screen, but all of us are friends.
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Einstein said imagination is everything. It is the preview of life’s coming attractions. What are your coming attractions? I can’t wait to see the trailer….I have the popcorn ready.
I have a vivid imagination – too vivid sometimes. It’s always been incredibly easy for me to get lost in a dream world. As a child, I was a champion at playing ‘Let’s Pretend.’ As a teen (and an adult) it was so easy to get lost in day dreams – usually at a time when I was supposed to be focusing.
I used to get criticized for being so dreamy, and for a long time in adulthood, I tried to put a damper on my imagination and ‘live in the here and now.’ It was hard, and I wasn’t successful and I was miserable. Then one day I read the book The Secret and I realized that daydreams and imagination are good things. They help you figure out what you want and where you want to be. Like Einstein said, imagination is the preview of life’s coming attractions. He was a pretty smart guy, if he thought imagination was good, I’m going to roll with it!