“Visualize, Change Your Thoughts, Do the Impossible”
“Okay, here’s the skinny. The answer to your question. The way, the light, the door. The most overlooked truth in reality. And the one that requires the most “uncommon sense” to fully grasp:
When it comes to effecting change (big or little, but especially big), manifesting the life of your dreams, or getting that perfect parking space, “thinking” is immeasurably more valuable when used to imagine what you want – the end result – than to figure out how you’re going to get it.
Visualize. Every single day.
(Signed) The Universe” (Mike Dooley, ‘Notes from the Universe, March 3, 2014)
“For most of us it’s a radical opinion, at least initially, to believe that our problems can be relinquished at will. After all, they seem so integral to all the experiences we’re having. Indeed they are; however, our experiences mirror our thoughts about ourselves and the people we’re with. Problems thus lie with our perceptions.
Being told that we can change our lives by changing our minds seems simplistic. The events that involve us appear far too complicated for such an easy solution. But until we earnestly try to change our minds, we’ll not understand the power we garner at the blink of an eye. … If we want to see something, in fact anything, differently, all we need to do is ask … for a better vision of the circumstance. One will come to us.” (Daily Meditations for Practicing The Course, Karen Casey)
“Thinking is the hardest work there is, which is probably the reason why so few people engage in it.” (Henry Ford)
“Tell me my dreams are unrealistic, and I’ll tell you yours aren’t big enough.” (Unknown Author)
“Change your thoughts and you change your world.” (Norman Vincent Peale)
“What we need are more people who specialize in the impossible.” (Theodore Roethke)
“If not you … then who?” (Marianne Williamson)
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