Open Your Unlimited PotentialWritten by Mary Kay Buttery
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It is very important to be aware of our belief system at every moment, because it manifests whatever is in our lives. The mind, and beliefs in mind, are powerful! A person says to himself, "Oh I could never do that!" And life reacts... "Oh, he doesn't think he can do that," and life never presents it to him. And another person says, "Oh I can do this!" And it is easily presented to them. The words that we say and our actions are effects of our belief system. This is thinking that keeps us in a constant rut, and gives us feeling that we are going no where in life. When we begin to let go of what no longer serves us we make room for love, peace and joy that we have longed for .
One does not have to be taught or learn another form or technique. It is about choosing joy over fear, peace over turmoil, spirit over ego, and realize that when we do, we create an effortless and prosperous life.
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Being Independent, Not Keeping Down with the JonesesWritten by Debbie O'Meara
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In his highly motivating book “Prosperity”, Charles Fillmore writes:
There is a great similarity in homes of nearly all people who have about same-sized incomes…But here and there are exceptions. Someone is expressing his or her individuality…This free, independent spirit has much in its favor in making a prosperity demonstration. The delusion that it is necessary to be just like other people are or to have as much as other people have causes a spirit of anxiety that hinders exercise of faith in demonstration.
We all know to fight tendency to envy what our neighbors have. Here we call it “keeping up with Joneses” – that feeling that if Jones family down street got a new big-screen television set, we should get one too. But what about urge to keep “down” with Joneses? Is your circle of acquaintances subtly keeping you from looking ahead and thinking bigger? Are you choosing to let them? That’s not to say you need to give up your friends. But you can be open to more than what they see.
We’re lucky enough to live in societies that allow us our choices. What a waste it would be to not give ourselves chance to exercise them.
Debbie O'Meara is the owner of Lightrae Publishing, your source for abundance and prosperity resources around the Web. Visit http://www.lightrae.com for Charles Fillmore's book Prosperity, as well as Lightrae's free newsletter and free ebook. Please use and distribute this article in its entirety, including the byline and link to Lightrae Publishing.