Thursday, 31 July 2014

All Things Lead To Our Success

The following is an excerpt from “CWG (Book 1)”


by Neale Donald Walsch


success You cannot have what you want, but you may experience whatever you have. The very act of wanting something pushes it away from you.


The universe has no choice but to bring you the direct manifestation of your thoughts. The creative power is like a genie in a bottle. Your words are its command. The word “I” is the key that starts the engine of creation. The words “I am” are extremely powerful. They are commands to the universe.


Now, whatever follows the word “I” tends to manifest in physical reality. If you say, “I want success,” the universe says, “OK, you do.” Therefore “I” + “want success” produces you wanting success. “I” + “want money” must produce you wanting money.


If you repeat a thought or say a word, not once, not twice, but dozens, hundreds, thousands of times, do you have any idea of the creative power of that? A thought or word repeatedly expressed becomes just that, expressed. It becomes outwardly realized. It becomes your physical reality.


successful2 You produce most events in your life either willfully or you draw them to you, more or less, subconsciously. Some events, as in major natural disasters, are written off to “fate.” Yet even “fate” can be an acronym for “from all thoughts everywhere.” The combined thoughts of everyone.


You love the grief, you love the drama. That is, until you don’t anymore. There comes a certain point in your evolution when you cease to love the drama, cease to love the “story” as you’ve been living it. That’s when you decide, actively choose, to change it. Only most don’t know how. You now do. To change your reality, simply stop thinking like that.


Success In this case, instead of thinking “I want success,” think “I have success,” or “my success is coming to me now,” or “all things lead to my success.”


Affirmations do not work if they are merely statements of what you want to be true. Affirmations work only when they are statements of something you already know to be true.


The best so-called affirmation is a statement of gratitude and appreciation. “Thank you, God, for bringing me success in my life.” Now that idea, thought, spoken and acted upon, produces wonderful results, when it comes from true knowing not from an attempt to produce results, but from an awareness that results have already been produced.


If, now, there is something you choose to experience in your life, do not “want” it, choose it. Do you choose success in worldly terms? Do you choose more money? Good. Then choose it. Really. Fully. Not half-heartedly.