As a father, it always amazes me how children are able to visualize what they want. If you ask them about their wishes, they almost instinctively know that almost anything is possible. When my kids were small, they would make a list to make sure I knew about their favorite toys. If you ask kids what they want to be when they grow up, they will tell you a Fireman, Astronaut, Pilot, Doctor, or my personal favorite from my daughter, a Princess. The point is, nothing is impossible in life, nothing, but you must have the correct thought process before it becomes reality.
It’s important to understand “the correct thought process” when it comes to making your thoughts reality. You can gain whatever you wish. What you desire and deserve are one in the same, but they can also cancel each other out. If you desire something you “Think” you don’t deserve, you will either stop or severely slow the process. I know this might sound like double talk. Some will say, well, if I can have whatever I wish, why do I have so little? The simple answer is, you don’t understand “the correct thought process”.
This process is not complex and it’s within your ability. I’m confident that you will be able to use it to gain what you want in life both great and small. Listed below is a simple list of things you must do to gain positive results. Trust me, they’ve worked for me and they will work for you too.
“The Correct Thought Process to Gain What You Want”
1. Visualize what you want and really understand what it is that you want. If you’re single and you want a new relationship, set your standards high and be specific. If you want to be debt free, visualize it. After you visualize what you wish, actually write it down in detail. By writing it down, it helps you to stay focused on it in the future.
2. Focus on how having what you desire will make you happy. Don’t be afraid to think about whatever it is as if it is real. In your mind it is absolute reality and you have no doubt. Close your eyes and smile when you think of it.
3. Act when you feel inspiration. Feelings of inspiration can even come while driving in a Los Angeles traffic jam. Don’t be intimidated to act when you feel inspired as long as it’s in a positive light. Write it down at the next red light, just don’t forget to go when the light turns green.
4. Always focus on what you want and never focus on what you don’t want. If you focus on what you don’t want, it will cancel out steps 1 and 2. And always show gratitude for whatever you receive.
I know that this looks too simple to be true, but it works. It works for anything you want in life. The process is easy to remember and just as easy to practice in real life. I have been successful in my life by practicing these simple steps.
In summary, a recent example of, “the correct thought process, focus on what you want” occurred with my nephew. My brother took his nine year old son to a St. Louis Cardinal’s baseball playoff game. My nephew loves baseball and is an avid fan and player. He had happy thoughts of going to the ballgame with his father. He has always wanted to get a foul ball at a Cardinals game, so he always takes his baseball glove with him. He fully expected to get a foul ball someday. That little boy caught a ball with his baseball mitt during the playoff game. That is a true story and I’m looking forward to seeing that little guy smile in person as he tells his “Uncle Rick” how he managed to catch that baseball in St. Louis. I hope you have a wonderful day and remember, “Focus on What You Want”.