Do you want something that is seemingly beyond your grasp? The Law of Attraction states that focussing your energy on your heart’s desires will help you to manifest them. Gerry Robert has some top tips on being the captain of your subconscious.
This simple tool could very well be the thing that turns your life around. In various forms, it has been used for centuries to alter people’s lives and what is attracted to them. Think big. See Gerry’s book, The Millionaire Mindset Here’s how to use this tool:
1. Write out your Heart’s Desire. Make a list of whatever your heart desires. Don’t worry about whether or not you can afford it, know how to get it or any other obstacle – just list what you want. What would you like to have, do or be? Write everything in the present tense, as if you already were in possession of the good you desire. Write out all your desires for each area of life (emotional, spiritual, vocational, physical, relationships, travel, material). Be balanced. Write it all.
2. Write it out in your own handwriting. We think in pictures. This exercise involves causing you to think about wonderful images of what you earnestly desire. Don’t fret about the how; your job is simply to hold the image. It must be written in your handwriting. Don’t photocopy it.
3. Start each day by rewriting your Heart’s Desire. Use a new sheet each day. You need to convince your crew (your subconscious mind) that you seriously desire these things. They will interpret them as a command from you (the captain). They will respond with the only word they know, “Yes”, and they will go to work producing those images in your life by the Law of Attraction. Remember what Bob Proctor said: “The mind is a powerful magnet and as such attracts whatever corresponds to its ruling state.”
4. Carry your Heart’s Desire with you at all times. Men should reserve their front right pant pocket for carrying this list. Nothing else should ever go into that pocket and you should always carry it with you. Always! Ladies should find a similar place to keep the sheet. The location should never change. It should be loose and not amongst a bunch of other items (wallets etc.) You want to touch it several times a day, so what you have written on it will pop on the screen of your mind frequently throughout the day. The more you do that, the more you will attract those images into your life. Throw the old ones out if you want to, but be sure to keep the sheets once you have attained a particular item on it. That will be a good reminder for you.
5. Identify your A1 Goal. What is the one goal from the list that stands out as the most important or the one you are most passionate about? Once you have folded the sheet to fit in your pocket, write your A1 goal on the outside of the sheet. This will further focus you.
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