Monday, November 26, 2007

Awareness: A Key Component To Attraction

Hello Friends,

Hope all is well. So what are you aware of? Sometimes the things you choose to be aware of are the things that are really harmful to you. Sometimes you make yourself aware of all the negative aspects of your life.

Every time you make yourself aware of all the bills you have, you start to worry. Now you start to attract more of what you are worrying about. Now you start to worry about worrying to much and you start to attract more to worry about. It is easy to see how you can get got in a continuous cycle.

So how do you break this vicious cycle? You have to reprogram your subconscious to be aware of all that is positive in this grand illusion. You have to make yourself aware to the power of the mind. Your thoughts govern all that follows in your life. By focusing on the thoughts that bring prosperity, your awareness shifts towards success in mind, body, and soul.

Here's an article about awareness in relation to the Law Of Attraction. Read and internalize what is said. Be aware of what truly matters. Enjoy.

Awareness And The Law Of Attraction

Awareness is a very important component of the Law of Attraction and Personal Development itself. You have to have an awareness of what you do not want as well as what you want in your life. However the most important thing you must be aware of is the artificial limits you place on yourself.

We call these limiting beliefs and they can take many forms. Sometimes they are just gaps in how you think of the things you desire. Other times your internal dialog tells you that you can not get or be what it is you desire.

Awareness also includes the here and now, from what you are doing to how you feel about things going on around you and the way you react to them. Our reactive minds came into being very shortly after we were born. We learned that if we cried we got held or feed. Later on in life we learned if we behaved a certain way we would get attention.

The reactive mind can be an insidious thing. We have a bad day and it decides we need some ice cream to make us feel better because it made us feel better when we were younger, or when a person makes a remark about some topic no matter how small we suddenly get hurt or angry because our reactive mind has learned that is the response we should take.

Most often the reactive mind is not looking out for our best interests in a long term manner. Its only purpose is to solve whatever issue it feels is the most important at the time, usually making us feel better.

By being aware of these reactive feelings you can begin to change them into more desirable feelings. Sometime it is as simple as just being aware of the feelings and why you are feeling that way that can change them, other times it takes more work to change them.

It is only through awareness of everything around us and within us that we can change how we react and act. By noting those reactions we can begin to change the behaviors that do not serve us and create new and better behaviors and feelings.

By: Kent Ogletree, C.Ht.

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Kent Ogletree, C.Ht. is a Co-Creator of "The Law of Attraction in Action..." CD and is a Certified Hypnotherapist. He helps people create the lives they desire.

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