What You Habitually Think Becomes Attracted to You
By Daniel N Brown
Are you frustrated with a certain area of your life? Want to make a change? You can change it as soon as you decide to change it.
You might say, "It can't be that simple." It really is that simple.
We must understand that what we ponder and think about sets the course for our lives, because what we ponder and think about gets magnified and becomes attracted to us. It's "cause and effect."
Many people will curse the effect, but continue to nourish the cause. The problem isn't that they're a victim, but the culprit.
Most of our current circumstances were birthed from our thoughts, and at any time we choose, we can change it all. We have both the ability and the responsibility to make better choices beginning today.
If the idea of having to change yourself makes you uncomfortable, you can remain as you are, but then you would have no right to complain.
Make a decision right now. Change that area of your life you want to change. How? Start by making a list of the things you habitually say about your undesirable circumstance. Get help from someone who knows you well. Ask him or her what negative things you say regularly. And be open minded! Don't get mad at them for telling you the truth. I will promise you that you are saying things you don't realize you're saying!
Once you have your list of verbal garbage, make another list that contains positive, faith filled sentences that are directly opposite. Don't worry about whether these new sentences are true or not. It makes no difference. Your subconscious mind does not distinguish true from false. It only accepts the information you give it.
Now what you want to do is burn this new programming into your mind. Read and confess it everyday. Remember, what we ponder and think about sets the course for our lives, because what we ponder and think about gets magnified and becomes attracted to us.
Cause and effect says, "Think repetitive thoughts, reap their physical manifestations."
Again, if you're frustrated with a certain area of your life and you want to make a change, you can change it as soon as you decide to change it. You must start by changing your thoughts and what you say about it.
Copyright 2005 Daniel N Brown
About The Author
Daniel N. Brown is an entrepreneur and teacher of biblical success principles.
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