A particular lively fifty-five year old client had long wanted to help the ‘University Youngsters’ (as he put it) in one way or another. Yet he did not know how. He enjoyed teaching and considered himself to be very adventurous and daring.
He came to us to see how he could use his love of teaching to reach out and help those youngsters so they may start the journey of being successful in their lives. He had always enjoyed reading self-development books as a hobby, and now he wanted to put those learnings to good use.
We spent our initial session prodding and clearing the bundle of ideas of how he envisaged he would contribute to the young people within his vicinity. Towards the end of the first session, his eyes opened wide and he jumped off of his chair saying loudly, “I got it!”
He had finally found what he considered was the perfect idea. Of all the books he had read, the one main topic that particularly stood out and interested him was the concept of attracting into your life what you think about the most.
“What a truly brilliant concept,” I remember him saying. “We attract into our lives what we think about. In that case, why not attract an abundance of personal wealth.” He continued, feeling all excited, arms waving, filling the office with positive energy, “By personal wealth I don’t necessarily mean only money. I’m talking about an abundance of energy, motivation, inspiration. Anything!”
Instead of focusing on the lack in your life, focus on the wants. As an alternative to having thoughts such as, “I don’t want to be in debt anymore” choose to say, “I see opportunities to create wealth all around me.”
By focusing on what you want to attract in your life, your brain will create the actions to bring about the results you want.
If you were to attract abundance in a particular area, what specifically would you desire?
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