Babies Are Attracting Before Speaking

Babies Are Thinking and Attracting Before They Are Speaking.

We are born with the innate ability to get what we want without any effort.  What’s sad is that we forget this as we grow up.  We never lose the ability but it can be a challenge to recover.  Why do we forget?  There are a number of reasons.  I think the biggest reason is society.  Society hammers its own philosophy into us.  We are taught that life is a struggle.  In order to get anything we want we must work hard.  Obstacles are always in the way.

Life is NOT a struggle.  Don’t work hard, work better.  What connotation comes to mind when you hear the word HARD?  
Difficult
Challenging
Struggle

Isn’t that what I was just saying life isn’t?  STOP thinking life is hard.  STOP thinking success equals working hard.  Yes, you must put effort into anything if you hope to be a success.  I’m not denying that.  But society has it backwards.  You Don’t Have to Work Hard to Be a Success.
If you’re work is hard then you’re not doing what you were sent here to do.  Have you heard of flow?  Flow is that experience where you are in a time where everything speeds up.  I’ll give a personal experience I’ve probably mentioned here before.

There are times when I’m writing, sitting in front of my computer just tapping away at the keys and think only a matter of minutes have passed and when I glance up at the clock, hours have slipped away and I had no clue.  Looking back at my monitor I see that pages up in pages have been keyed in.

That’s flow!  When you get so into your experience that time has no meaning.  If you can find your flow, your joy in your career,  you’re NOT working hard when in that flow.  You’re working easy.

If you can remember that Babies Are Thinking and Attracting Before They Are Speaking, and remember how to do this, you’ll find life will become less struggle, less work and more joy will come to you.

Be Happy!  Be Well!  Be Positive!

Chris

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One response to “Babies Are Attracting Before Speaking

  1. I’ve had those moments of blissful flow, when time has passed without a glance at the clock, when time seems to have stood still and allowed me to hear the muse. It’s a phenomenon that happens to some who are conscious of what it means to heed the call and follow their bliss. This is when work seems light and pleasurable. Something you MUST do because your heart is in it. Therein lies the difference.

    Happy 4th of July!

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