Making Your Thoughts Real
This is what I use to bring thoughts to the physical world. There are a great many of them, and the better you get at creating them (thinking them up) the easier it will be to find work arounds in the real world, when obstacles and hurtles present themselves. I’m not exactly sure of why they work, but they do.
Ok, for the first one, take all your money out of your pocket or purse. Now lay it down on a table or something on the other side of the room. Now go find a seat somewhere that still lets you see your money. Now look at that money and try to think of ways to get that money back in your pocket. And you can’t get help. List them. Hopefully everybody figured it out. If you are not magic, you have got to get up and go get it. It’s the Only way. If you are magic, then you don’t need this article, so put it down and call me, immediately, smile. Doing This exercise makes you see in the physical world what you think. And from it you should see that the way to get what you want is to go get it and bring it back to you. The funny thing is, you will keep trying to figure out ways to get your money off the table, even though there aren’t any, it’s impossible. But the weird thing is that you no longer truly believe it is, yet. Use this exercise a lot and it will get you the answer to some tough questions.
Just about everything is possible, till it proves it is not. Sometimes you have to make your thoughts real, envision them in your mind and make them real. It’s like, wouldn’t it be much easier to figure out how to make something if you could see it. I believe that if you can see a thing in detail in your mind, it will give you clues as to how to make it real. Think about it, its corny but it feels right and it works. If you keep doing the exercise for different thoughts, you will start giving the impossible the burden of proof. And the more you think ahead the better you know what to expect, and the better you know what to expect, the better you deal with the obstacle, hurdle or problem, so don't only think about reacting to hurdles and obstacles, think about attacking them too.
That lets you react better in the process also, 2 for the price of one.
This really works. But you still don’t have to take my word for it why don’t you just give it a try.