Wednesday, 28 December 2011

Keep at it, don't give up.


‎"Our subconscious minds have no sense of humor, play
no jokes and cannot tell the difference between reality
and an imagined thought or image. What we continually
think about eventually will manifest in our lives."
~Robert Collier~
 


Hugs, Allan

Wednesday, 21 December 2011

You Are An Expression of Mind

"You have within your mind the most incredible capacity to extend yourself beyond any circumstance, situation or environment. It starts with imagination" Allan Wilson



"Let your predominant thoughts raise you to new heights of achievement, construct a new mindset that is in keeping with a bright future" Allan Wilson




Hugs, Allan

Friday, 2 December 2011

Energy


Everything in The Universe is energy, the chair you are resting on, the air you breathe, the book you are holding and of course you. It all vibrates at varying frequencies, basic physics, correct? Well, when you think a thought whether negative or positive, you create an equal or corresponding feeling in your body which has a vibrational resonance, basically your body vibrates energetically, high exciting frequencies and low sluggish frequencies. The Law of Attraction states “That which is like unto itself is drawn” or quite simply “Like attracts like”. Your thoughts have an energetic frequency, and attract like a magnet that which is harmonious with your current thinking.
An excerpt from "The Quick and Tiny Guide to a Great Big Life" Copyright © 2011 by Allan Wilson

Hugs, Allan

Monday, 7 November 2011

Joyaware

Can you hear yourself think over patterns of old?

All clutter and strain and echoes unwanted

Not once is it real, a focused illusion

Gaining its power with intenseness of thought

Directed by choice, see who is creating


Thoughts shape your past, your present your future

Let go of things done they don’t share what’s coming

Internal turmoil, Make peace with your heart

Realign on your pleasure and not so on pain

Take one tiny aspect and enlarge it with time



Perception will close on all as you wish

Your deepness shall follow then come as your guide

Stay firm to your outcomes with patience in mind.

These simple solutions are timeless unbound

Greatness is gifted this limitless life.
©Allan Wilson2011

Hugs, Allan

Saturday, 17 September 2011

No Natalie I don't share my books ;-)

I've been asked many times about the books I've read, so I decided to list them here, it is not a complete list but a reflection of some of the works which I feel assisted me most when I required it. Think and Grow Rich: Napoleon Hill----- The Power of Now: Eckhart Tolle----- A New Earth: Eckhart Tolle----- A Positive Mental Attitude: W Clement Stone/ Napoleon Hill----- Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway: Susan Jeffers----- End the Struggle and Dance with Life: Susan Jeffers----- The Celestine Prophecy: James Redfield------ The Secret of Shambala: James Redfield----- The Monk who sold his Ferrari: Robin Sharma----- Even Eagles need a Push: David McInally----- The Power of Positive Thinking: Norman Vincent Peale----- The Amazing Results of Positive Thinking: Norman Vincent Peale----- Practising the Power of Now: Eckhart----- No Excuses, I'm Doing It: Jay Rifenbary----- The Power of your Subconscious Mind: Dr Joseph Murphy----- The Power of Intention: Wayne Dyer----- Believing is Seeing: Wayne Dyer------ Your Erroneous Zones: Wayne Dyer------ The Biology of Belief: Bruce Lipton----- You can Heal Your Life: Louise Hay----- The Spontaneous Healing of Belief: Gregg Braden----- You can if you Think you Can: Norman Vincent Peale----- The Secret: Rhonda Byrne---- Ask and It is Given: Abraham Hicks----- Wake up and Dream: Pat Mesiti----- What to do When you don't know what to do: Neil Eskillen----- Getting into The Vortex: Abraham Hicks---- The Law of Attraction: Michael Losier----- The Attractor Factor: Joe Vitale----- The trick to money is having some: Stuart Wilde----- The Whispering Winds of Change: Stuart Wilde----- The Promise of Energy Psychology: Donna Eden and David Feinstein----- The Cashflow Quadrant: Robert T Kiyosaki----- Tapping for Abundance: Carol Look----- Be your own Life Coach: Fiona Harrold----- Psycho Cybernetics: Maxwell Maltz----- Evolve Your Brain: Dr Joe Dispenza----- Change Your Life in 7 Days: Paul McKenna----- Creative Visualisation: Shakti Gawain----- I could do anything, if only I knew what it was: Barbara Sher----- Mindstore: Jack Black----- Personal Best: David Rock----- Self Esteem: Gael Lindenfield----- The Magic of Thinking Big: David Schwartz----- Unlimited Power: Anthony Robbins----- Awaken the Giant Within: Anthony Robbins----- What to say when you talk to yourself: Shad Helmstetter---- Working with Emotional Intelligence: Daniel Goleman----- You can be Happy No Matter What: Richard Carlson----- Your Body Doesn't Lie: Dr John Diamond---- Conversations With God: Neale Donald Walsh-----

Hugs, Allan

Saturday, 27 August 2011

Until one is committed there is always hesitancy,
the chance to draw back, always ineffectiveness.
Concerning all acts of initiative and creation,
there is one elementary truth,
the ignorance of which kills countless ideas and splendid plans;
that the moment one definitely commits oneself
then providence moves to.
All sorts of things occur to help one that
would never otherwise have occurred.
A whole stream of events issues from the decisions,
raising in ones favour all manner of  unforeseen incidents
and meetings and material assistance,
which no man could have dreamt would have come his way.
I have learned a deep respect for one of Goethe's couplets:
Whatever you can do, or dream you can, begin it.
Boldness has genius, power and magic in it.
W.H. Murray (mountaineer)

Hugs, Allan

Wednesday, 24 August 2011

Glasgow, Belfast, Newcastle, Liverpool, Manchester, Birmingham and London.

I am extremely privileged and absolutely delighted at the prospect of touring The UK in October with 3 incredibly talented and dynamic speakers. It's going to be all go and I can't say I'm concerned because it doesn't quite seem like work. We are headed up by Greg S. Reid the Co-author of "Think and Grow Rich: Three Feet From Gold" who is flying in from The States, joining us will be Jeff Lestz, The CEO of Genistar and Bryce Redford my fellow countryman from Perth in Scotland. The Uk Tour starts In Glasgow on October 1st then moves to Belfast, Newcastle, Liverpool, Manchester, Birmingham and London. Whew. All in the space of 8 energetic days.
"Turn Your Obstacles into Opportunities" and learn to embrace the challenges not avoid them.
Gain strength where others see defeat and Success will follow.






Hugs, Allan

Tuesday, 23 August 2011

Think and Grow Rich: Three Feet From Gold

When life gives you lemons, you make lemonade Right? but what do you do when life gives you a hard time? Most folk give up and quit, but there is another way. Changing Your Thinking and Your Perception can have amazing life changing consequences.
The age old question: “Is the glass half full or half empty?” depends upon your perspective of your world and your beliefs about it, but what if you could learn to adapt your view of the world and in doing so turn your current obstacles into opportunities, enabling you to shake off your mental shackles and reach for the stars.
What if you could learn the secrets of success, the tried and tested methods of some of the most prolific achievers of ours and previous generations?
Greg S. Reid, International Speaker, Filmmaker and Co-Author of “Think and Grow Rich: Three Feet From Gold” has just that lesson in mind.
Greg who will be heading up one of the most exciting and inspirational Tours of the UK with “Three Feet From Gold” which begins with Glasgow in October says “I’m thrilled at the prospect of our UK Tour and the opportunity to motivate and inspire as many people as possible to turn their obstacle into opportunities”
In many ways this is a return to where “The Philosophy of Success” began over 100 years ago with Andrew Carnegie, one of Scotland’s most famous sons. Carnegie born in Dunfermline but then living in the U.S commissioned a young journalist Napoleon Hill to research the principles and methods utilised by the giants of industry and politics, the result some 20 years later was “The Law of Success in Sixteen Lessons” and “Think and Grow Rich” published in 1937.
Greg’s work in “Three Feet From Gold” mirrors that journey and continues the quest for knowledge on the principles of modern success.
“I had the opportunity to meet and question some of the world’s top entrepreneurs, athletes, humanitarians and business people. I asked them about their life lessons and their experience in overcoming the trials of life which stop most people in their tracks”
The book contains their astonishing advice and incredible responses.
The UK Tour represents an extension of the book; it offers Greg the chance to deliver his powerfully vibrant and motivational approach to obstacles and challenges. With a fan base which includes such luminaries as Past President Bill Clinton, Ex World Heavyweight Boxer Evander Holyfield and Dave Liniger Co-Founder of Re-Max, Greg delights in the message he so energetically conveys and states
“All I want in life – is to give my life my all”
The enduring legacy of one of Scotland’s most famous sons, Andrew Carnegie, continues to shine on the world stage with the recent printing of a new practical success book called “Think And Grow Rich: Three Feet From Gold” co-authored by Greg S. Reid which emulates one of the most widely translated and globally respected “Personal Development” titles of our time.
Greg S. Reid is a Filmmaker, Motivational Speaker, #1 best-selling and award winning author, entrepreneur, and the CEO of several successful corporations, who has dedicated his life to helping others achieve the ultimate fulfillment of finding and living a life of purpose. His other projects include The Millionaire Mentor, Positive Impact, and Three Feet from Gold and Napoleon Hill’s Road to Riches.

Hugs, Allan

Monday, 8 August 2011

Manifesting Your Reality

We're always creating/manifesting our lives as we go along, everything we are is a result of what we have thought as Marcus Aurelius said "A man's life is dyed by the colour of his thoughts". Accepting that where we place most of our focused attention and thought will become our manifested reality is a lesson to be learned and then adopted to help create the life we want. One of the simplest tips I have heard was from Wayne Dyer who said "We have to continuously contemplate ourselves as being surrounded by the conditions we wish to produce". We are already doing this but not at a level of awareness which brings great results, mostly outside of our conscious awareness. With some practice and concentrated or focused intent, we can start to "think" the thoughts necessary to build a more successful and designed future. Look at what you're thinking now, look at your results and see the truth of your primary focus then utilise the tip from above, become absorbed in the conditions of how you want it to be.

                             

               "Extraordinary You" and "Three Feet From Gold"

My most recent work and extraordinary results in the field of manifesting, as many of you may know, was the creation of a dream collaboration with Ann Knox of The Truth Matters and Greg S.Reid the world renowned Co- author of "Three Feet From Gold" and Film maker of "Pass It On". Gregs' UK Tour starts in October, at which I shall be a guest speaker. As you can imagine, this presents an incredible opportunity for me and I'm delighted to be involved with such an amazing and inspiring group of people.

During the month of August, I will be working with a small select group of Coaching Clients and sharing with them the methods used to create these life changing results. I will be assisting them to be, do and have the life of their design.

Hugs, Allan

Thursday, 26 May 2011

The Story of Naci and T'naci

There were in ancient times two infants, orphaned from birth.
The two infants, who were twin boys, were left on the steps of the royal palace by their mother, who was wise beyond her years. One of the orphans was named Naci and the other was named T’naci. The two were identical in every way.

The orphaned twins were beautiful children. It was clear to the palace guards, even when they first found them, that these two infants possessed unusual qualities. When the king and queen – who were without children themselves – first saw the twins, they too knew that the infants were gifted. And so they took them into the palace and agreed to raise the orphan children as their own.

The only legacy left to each twin was a most unusual deck of twelve cards. And these unusual cards which each of them carried were also identical in every way.

The king and queen were overjoyed with the blessing of receiving the two infants and they raised them with all of the love and attention that they would have given to their own children.

The new parents decided to wait before revealing to the twins that they were a blessing that the king and queen had long prayed for. When the time was right they would tell them. And when Naci and T’naci became old enough at the age of twenty the king and queen brought their sons to them and told them of their birth.

It was then that they gave each of their sons the special cards that had been carefully wrapped close to them when they were first found, twenty years before.

“Your first mother must have loved you very much,” the queen told them. “When she brought you to us, she also left two identical and most unusual decks of cards. On these cards are written, front and back, the choices you will have to make in the life that is in front of you.”

And then she said, in the most loving way, “These simple cards will guide you now more than the king or I could ever guide you through the life that awaits you. Take them, use them and always remember that we have always loved you and we have always wanted the best for you.”

And so Naci and T’naci left the comfort of their home to seek their fortunes.

In the years that followed, Naci learned to read the cards his mother had left with him, but T’naci put them aside and went his way without seeking their counsel. And while Naci prospered, increased his knowledge and always seemed to do well, his brother T’naci floundered. From time to time they would meet and talk but there was a growing difference between them.   

“Why is it you do so well when I struggle and fail?” T’naci would ask.

“Perhaps it is because you have not listened to our mother,” Naci would reply. “Perhaps it is because you do not use the cards. I have learned to read each of them, each morning of every day and when I do things seem to go better for me. Why don’t you read our mother’s cards for yourself? If you do, perhaps things will go better with you.”

But T’naci did not. In time, Naci became well known and successful in his own right. But T’naci refused to follow the ideas that his mother’s cards inspired and his fortune fell to failure. While Naci prospered, T’naci fought to succeed and only failed worse.

Within a few short years, it was time for the two brothers to return home to the palace of their parents. It was time for a new ruler to be named and one of them was to be the chosen one.

Both of them returned home at the appointed time and both were met with kind and loving joy from the king and queen. Both of them had always been thought to be special and they were received with all the affection that any parent could give.

But there was a difference now. Naci had somehow succeeded in his life where T’naci had not. And T’naci could not understand why.

The day finally came for the king and queen to declare that there would be a new wise ruler in the land. It was a difficult day for all of them. After all, both sons had been raised in the same way. Both of them had been given the same education. And both of them had been given every possible chance to succeed.

The question that weighed heavily on the minds of the king and the queen and all of the royal advisors was, “Why has one son succeeded while the other son has not?”

It was not until they all gathered together at Royal Announcement Ball that they were to learn the answer. As you might suspect, in their most caring way, the king and queen announced that Naci was named heir to the throne.

“Why,” T’naci asked, “why did my brother gain the throne when in every way we are the same? What did he do that was so different from me?” And it was at the same Royal announcement Ball that Naci gave the answer.

Naci spoke to the gathered council in a firm, strong voice. He said, “Many years ago my mother, for good reason, left me on the steps of this palace. And in the basket that held me, she left me a gift. The gift was wrapped in a small cloth and written on the cloth were the words, “This is the only gift, beyond my love for you, that I can give you. Take it and when it is time, use this gift to create the life that I would have wished for you.”

“Wrapped in that cloth was a deck of cards that my mother had written in her own hand. On each card was a challenge, and on the other side of each of those precious cards was a choice. I am here today because of those simple cards and the choices they present to me.”

And then in the same clear, strong voice, young Naci read what his mother had written on the cards many long years before.

“On the first card are written the words, CHOOSE YOUR STRENGTH. On the other side of the same cars are the words I am strong and then the words I am not strong.

“On the second card is written the challenge, CHOOSE YOUR HONESTY. On the other side of that card are the words I am honest and then the words I am not honest.

“The third card says, CHOOSE YOUR BELIEF IN YOURSELF. The other side of the card says, I believe in myself and I do not believe in myself.

“The fourth card says, CHOOSE YOUR GOAL AND DIRECTION. On the back of the card it says, I have chosen my goal and direction and I know what it is. It also says, I have not chosen my goal and direction.

“On the fifth card are written the words CHOOSE TO ACCEPT OTHERS AS THEY ARE. On the back it says, I accept others as they are and then the words I do not accept others as they are.

“The sixth card says CHOOSE TO MAKE YOUR DECISIONS FOR YOURSELF. The other side of this most special card says, I choose to make my decision for myself, and it also adds the words, I do not choose to make my decisions for myself.

“On the seventh card the words say, CHOOSE TO ALWAYS BE RESPONSIBLE FOR YOUR OWN ACTIONS. On the other side of the seventh card is written. I am responsible for my own actions and the words; I am not responsible for my own actions.

“On the eighth card is written the challenge CHOOSE RIGHT FROM WRONG and it is followed by the words on the second side of the card I always do my best to choose right from wrong and that is followed by the second phrase, I do not choose to choose right from wrong.

“The ninth card says, CHOOSE TO WORK FOR WHAT YOU BELIEVE IN and on the other side of this card is the words, I always choose to work for what I believe in and then the words, I do not make the choice to work for what I believe in.

“The tenth card reads, CHOOSE TO LEARN FROM YOUR MISTAKES and on the back of the card is the phrases, I choose to learn from my mistakes and I choose not to learn from my mistakes.

“On the eleventh card are the words, CHOOSE TO LOVE AND BE LVOED and on the back of the card it says I choose to love and be loved followed by a second choice, I choose not to love and be loved.

“The twelfth card is perhaps the most important of these simple cards. It says CHOOSE IN EVERY DETAIL OF YOUR LIFE. The other side of this card says, I choose to choose and that is followed by the words, I do not choose to choose.”

And then young Naci said, “These are the words which my mother left me. These are the words which I have chosen to live by. These twelve simple choices have served me well. With them, as your servant, I hope to serve you well.


Now, Read their names backwards.
Taken from "What to say when you talk to yourself" by Shad Helmstetter.

Hugs, Allan


Hugs, Allan

Friday, 18 February 2011

What Is Your Estimate Of Self? Part 2

Healthy Self Esteem:

Healthy high self esteem is what can best be described as having a high degree of self worth, a high value and respect for ourselves as well as a strong belief in our abilities. We see ourselves as competent and able; we have a positive outlook and a positive attitude toward ourselves and are less anxious about the future. We are confident without being obnoxious and we handle criticism fairly, we assert ourselves without being uncaring to others.

Beliefs:

High self esteem is generated from our beliefs about ourselves, which are learned from infancy. It may have come from parental high self esteem or a supportive school climate. Just like low self esteem it affects our decisions and influences our choices throughout life. Having high self esteem is now known to act as a “social vaccine” and can assist us to bounce back and remain upbeat and balanced through troubling times. Nathaniel Brandon P.H.D says “Positive self esteem is the immune system of the spirit, helping an individual face life problems and bounce back from adversity”.

It's visible:

Healthy high self esteem is displayed externally with a strong posture and head and eyes directly in front. There is a vitality and enthusiasm in the body movements with congruency in facial expressions such as a warm friendly smile and a confident glow.

The need for Balance:

Unfortunately having unhealthy high levels of self esteem also known as “high self esteem disorder” can be as detrimental to our life path as low self esteem. It is now widely accepted that many criminals have unrealistically high levels of self esteem which is exhibited as an exaggerated sense of entitlement – expecting much from many situations, including bullying and stealing or placing aggressive demands on others.

Helpful Tips to Follow







Hugs, Allan

Wednesday, 9 February 2011

What Is Your Estimate Of Self? Part 1

Self esteem is the value we assign to ourselves, the degree to which we love and take care of ourselves, the respect we have for ourselves and an external indicator of our personal worth. Our esteem or our estimate of ourselves can be high or low depending upon what we feel about ourselves in any number of circumstances or environments. Our beliefs about ourselves and what we are capable of are learned from birth, many of these early beliefs are the foundations for the ways we perceive ourselves to be throughout our lives and positively or negatively affect our self esteem. Therefore self esteem is a learned state of mind and can be coached from poor to healthy states.

Low Self Esteem:

Low self esteem manifests itself in many guises including poor or low self worth, feelings and thoughts of ourselves as being undeserving and unimportant. We distrust ourselves and are indecisive and unassertive, we fear being wrong or making mistakes and focus all our efforts on reinforcing our weaknesses and inabilities. We talk ourselves down and constantly undermine any successes as “luck” or “that wasn’t like me”. These self deprecating beliefs and words evidence themselves in our attitude and behaviour in our daily lives; avoiding any circumstance that might stretch or pressure us for fear that we may fail leading to criticism which we cannot tolerate. Approval is high on our agenda and we will often put others needs before our own no matter the personal cost.

Perceived flaws 

“Recent studies have shown that contrary to popular opinion, people with low self esteem are always very sure of themselves. This manifests in their conviction that they are worthless and inadequate”. Mark Tyrell, Co author of the Self Confidence Trainer offers this procedure for raising low self esteem; “help them be less sure of themselves by countering the evidence regarding their worthlessness. This evidence needs to emerge subtly, arguing with someone who is so sure of themselves will only break rapport. They need proof that unsettles their certainty that they are so “defective”.

Uncommon knowledge

It should be noted that the common belief that confidence and high self esteem are to be found residing happily side by side is not necessarily true. It is possible to be low in self esteem but be high in confidence, many well known celebrities spring to mind including Marilyn Monroe, Princess Diana and Michael Jackson. So having confidence and public adulation is no guarantee of high levels of self esteem.
While the underlying dynamics of low self esteem are anger, self loathing and low self worth it can also be displayed superficially as arrogance and boastfulness combined with acts of denigration or manipulation and intimidation of others. This is known as false self esteem or neurotic pride which is a sense of personal value based on achievements, power and status or influence.

Magic thinking patterns

This dislike and mistrust of ourselves is a learned process developed from many years of negative feedback, where we have become more aware of our weaknesses and shortcomings. As a result we continue to focus on every little perceived flaw and take little or no notice of any successes. We will continually filter and sieve through our thoughts and actions to find the evidence to support these negative beliefs about ourselves and the cycle will go on until constructively disputed.


Healthy Self Esteem to Follow.





Hugs, Allan

Thursday, 27 January 2011

Knowledge v Imagination

Albert Einstein said "Imagination is more powerful than knowledge because knowledge is limited but imagination encircles the globe" What is the difference between you and those you admire who are achieving great things? There isn't any major differences that cannot be learned or adopted. The use of our imagination in reaching any desirable outcome is a major contributor to a worthy aspiration or outcome. Many of the worlds most successful people in medicine, invention, discovery, business, sport, showbiz have all made mention of their use of this creative force. Thomas Eddison, Henry Ford, Andrew Carnegie, Nelson Mandela, Michael Jordan, Roger Bannister and countless others have been documented as stating how, why and when they have utilised the power of creative visualisation, that is to say using the imagination to create a desired picture of some future event. Thomas Eddison had a dark room where he went to allow his imagination to roam free, in a process which brought him many answers to assist in his incredible inventions. Andrew Carnegie would sit quietly on his bed in an upright position each night just before sleep using his imaginative powers to construct the day ahead.
I'm sure you will remember as a child, how you played with imaginary friends and sold imaginary groceries from your imaginary store or imagined you were the leader of the infantry about to bravely face the enemy. As we grow up we learn to embrace "reality", and our reliance on using imagination as a constructive and indeed necessary procedure for helping us create physical goals is pushed aside in favour of what we have learned, or now perceive to be real.
The imaginative process for goal setting takes little physical effort but takes time to master, simply because we have grown unaccustomed to it's alternative use. Practice does make perfect and in time it will once again become second nature to rely upon this rich source of creativity. Use your imagination to create your ideal scenario in relationships, career, finance, health and visit this imaginary scenario at least 3 times per day with one visit just before sleep. It will take some mental effort as your usual habits of thought will try to derail the process. Invite the use of all your senses into this imaginary scene and create the perfect picture with sounds, visuals and feelings. Your subconscious mind does not know the difference between real or imagined and will take you at your word in due course that this is real, bringing to you the physical manifestation of your desire.
Much of your life experience has been created this way, outside of your conscious awareness. Everything you see around you was once a thought. Everything.

"Limitations live only in our minds. But if we use our imaginations, our possibilities become limitless." Jamie Paolinetti

"Logic will get you from A to B. Imagination will take you everywhere."
Albert Einstein

"Imagination is the beginning of creation. You imagine what you desire, you will what you imagine and at last you create what you will." George Bernard Shaw

READ MORE HERE

Hugs, Allan


Wednesday, 19 January 2011

External Non Sense

There was some doubt as to the exact date but Monday the 17th of January was named as the most depressing day of the year. It's a Monday, it's time for a reality check at the bank account after the Festive overspend, it's still dark and cold for most of the day. Now, I'm not too sure who conducted this survey or the countless previous ones and I don't know who was surveyed. As many of you know, I post many quotes and positive verse which I hope inspires and moves people to action. I noticed that many people contributed their own quotes which were upbeat and positive yesterday and many people mentioned "the depressing day" headline. I noted as the day went on and into the afternoon that more and more people started to take heed of the date and the effect it had on many of the posts thereafter was very noticeable.
This was a very clear indication of how the very great majority of people allow their reality to be affected by external influences and are only too willing to drop their awareness guard to adopt or buy into a created, non existant and very false state of mind which holds no truth for them. In so doing they have unwittingly given away their very own personal power in exchange for a structure which has no truth for them except the meaning they want to give it i.e "the most depressing day" "I must be as depressed and fed up as every one else".
There is no denying that there are life challenges and maybe money and career problems but they existed on Sunday as well as Tuesday. What I'm saying is this, that we attach meaning to everything, we perceive things as we are.
You get to decide how you feel at any time and in any given situation or circumstance, it's that simple. Nothing, and I mean nothing, has any power over you unless you accept it. Or as Og Mandino said
"Nothing external can have any power over you unless you permit it"

Hugs, Allan



Sunday, 9 January 2011

As you think........

Dr Joseph Murphy states in his highly acclaimed book “The power of your subconscious mind" that " the world within creates the world without". So whatever is impressed upon the subconscious mind and dropped into its realm by conscious reasoning or repetitive self talk, whether it be truth or not, and thoughts in alignment with our beliefs, are stored and utilised in our everyday experience of life. Events, conditions and acts are produced by our subconscious mind in reaction to our thoughts." In other words we see things not as they are but as we are" ( Anais Nin). Beliefs as such are a perspective, a window through which we view the world uniquely, rightly or wrongly.
We are constantly processing thought; around 2 billion pieces of information are processed by our senses every second, 95% of it outside our conscious awareness and most of this goes unchallenged. It's at this point we can raise awareness by providing a challenge, should any thoughts be disempowering. Our subconscious is extremely sensitive to the thoughts and images we habitually entertain in our conscious mind and our beliefs are built here in accordance with these predominant thoughts. With this in mind it is of great
importance that we feed ourselves good "mindfood" As our subconscious takes us literally at our word it is wise to use affirming supportive language and encourage harmonious life ward thoughts.
For example, should you nurture predominant thoughts of lack or poverty in your conscious mind this will be played out in the physical realm as effect born of your desire to honour the subconscious belief, as would the opposite be true if you had thoughts of wealth and abundance.
By watching and looking at our thoughts, that is to say, raising our awareness of our conscious thought by listening in to our self talk and being vigilant in what and who we listen to and who we spend our time with, we can support or challenge the effectiveness of our beliefs "Change your thoughts, and you change your destiny" says Joseph Murphy. And as Wayne Dyer challenges "Taking charge of yourself begins with awareness".
This is your life, take charge now. Read More.
Hugs, Allan