How to Create What You Want

By: Judi Singleton



How to Create What You Want

The time has come, we are living the fifth dimension.
What we wish for is coming true in an instant. More people
than ever before are creating the world they want. They
are finally aware that they are co-creators of this world.
Some have stopped being victims and realize what they think
and meditate on manifest.
Our thoughts effect us in many ways. They create our preception
of the world. As we preceive our world so it is for us. So if
you think abundance in health, wealth, prosperity, friendships,
love so it is your world. So not only our positive thoughts or
affirmations materialize but our worry thoughts. If you knew
that thinking about sickness would make you sick, would you
stop thinking those thoughts? If you knew worrying about money
would cause lack would you stop worrying about money?
Let's use an example.

I am out of work so I think I will not
be able to pay my bills. These are worry thoughts and if I continue
to worry them and hang on to them, I create lack in my life.
If I affirm that I am prosperous, that money to pay my bills
is coming to me now, the whole universe responds to my thoughts
and making these thoughts come true.

Many people see their thoughts as something that happen to them.
They do not see that they have a choice to think positive affirmations,
or worry thoughts. In fact if you question them they think that
they must worry to keep the negative from happening.

You are not your thoughts. You are not a victim of your thinking.
You are a co-creator of your world and you and only you can determine
what you experience in your world.

Staying in the now and staying centered is very hard when
you first try it. One is so used to being scattered and afraid
that this habit is strong. But with practice like any other
talent you can overcome worry thoughts, the feeling your are
a victim of your thoughtsFree Web Content, they just happen. You can take control
of what manifests in your life and create the life you want.


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