Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Be Successful

LOA - Law of Attraction
Applied imagination is an advance technik of the philosophy commonly known as ''The Law of Attraction''.
From time to time we all get a little down, sometimes even a little depressed. It's perfectly ok to feel sad and stressed, as long as it doesn't happen too often. Sad feelings, like all emotions are just a natural part of life. Many times the reason we feel down is, because we are trying to achieve something, but stress is getting in the way and make it for us impossible to succeed.
Once again, this is the time when LOA can help.
Right now, as you are reading this, The Law of Attraction is working for you.
The only question is, are you attracting what you want?

Let's say you want to be succesful. There are many ways to simply get what you want, but to get what you want, you have to feel good about it, enjoy it and believe in it. Always remember that it is only you who can define what success is for you.
The power in using the law of attraction depends largely on how you think. Your mind creates your future. The path to success requires that you change the way you think.... you must reprogram your mind.

Affirmations for success:
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I attract success and prosperity with all my ideas.
I enjoy success every day.
I am successful.
I create abundance through everything I say and do.
My mind is strong and powerful.
I earn great money doing what I enjoy.
I am a money magnet.
I am happy, successful, and fulfilled.

Reprogramming the subconscious with affirmations is an excellent way to change your attitude and habits and make you better at getting what you want out of life. Believe in your affirmation and desires. Feel the reality, emotion and gratitude for your desire.

''All successful people men and women are big dreamers. They imagine what their future could be, ideal in every respect, and then they work every day toward their distant vision, that goal or purpose.''
~Brian Tracy~

''Our limitations and success will be based most often, on our own expectations for ourselves. What the mind dwells upon, the body acts upon.''
~Denis Waitley~                       

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