Thursday, September 18, 2008

Childlike Thoughts Are Powerful When Using Law Of Attraction

Hello Friends,

Hope all is well. Children have great imaginations. It is what fuels there play time. The mind of a child is powerful. The mind of child knows no limits. It hasn't been contaminated by negativity.

If you watch a child playing, even by themselves, they create vast worlds and events in their minds, which to them are true. They imagine themselves as doctors, police officers, astronauts, gourmet chefs. To them anything is possible.

Unfortunately as children grow up, limits seem to be placed on them. Limitations can come from their parents, their friends, the media, and what's worst, themselves. As adults we try to reason with everyone and every situation. We think of reasons why we can't do something rather than think of ways in which it can be done.

It seems as if, the older we get, we tend to listen to outside influences to make our decisions in life. Living this way is not your life. It is a life dictated by an others thoughts. Living this way will soon become miserable because you will have no control of your life.

Begin to dream again. Start to see yourself living the life you have always wanted since you were a child. Have the mind of a child, which is one of no limits. Once you decide to use your imagination again you will notice a shift in control. The events of your life will begin to align itself with what you are truly wanting.

Life should be fun. Be like a child and take time to play. It is a powerful tool to creating the existence of your dreams. Enjoy the following article and remember, "If you dream it, you can have it". Many blessings, and thanks for listening.

If You Can Dream It, You Can Have It! What’s Your Million Dollar Desire?

Remember when you were a little kid and the world seemed full of endless possibilities and dreams? You had a million dollar desire back then even if you didn’t know what it was. Just because you’ve grown up doesn’t mean you have to give up on those delightful fantasies - yet, sadly when the magic of childhood wears off we find our Grown Up selves caught up in the day-to-day worries of mortgage payments, utility or credit card bills and just trying to keep up with it all.

The dreams and desires fall away with the passage of innocence and time.

What if you could stir up those hopes, dreams and desires that you keep locked away in a vault and actually start living them? That’s what having a million dollar desire is all about – unlocking the vault and allowing the things that will make your heart sing to just be.

…it’s about believing you can.
…it’s about knowing you will.
…it’s about feeling on top of the world.
…it’s about living a dream life for real.
…it’s about creating positive thoughts about your family, your health, your home and your total abundance.

We spend hours at the gym trying to perfect our bodies, we spend hours in front of books or computers trying to perfect our knowledge and we spend days, months and years inside a 'daymare' of limits, dashed hopes and unrealized potential trying to 'perfect' our outer and inner worlds. And we spend obscene chunks of time in front of a mirror trying to perfect our appearance!

Could you give yourself permission to spend just fifteen minutes a day in a daydream imagining what a perfect life for yourself would be? Allowing your mind to roam free and visit the limitless potential you had as a child - packaged, perhaps, with more grown-up desires - will begin to perfect your thoughts positively which will in turn, begin to attract more of what you want.

Those fifteen minutes spent in a daydream will unlock your million dollar desire and create a sense of hope, purpose and the positive mindset that is necessary to living a life without limits.

By: Maggie Ross

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Maggie Ross is an author and motivational speaker on the topics of attraction, manifestation and living a limitless life. Check out her website and get a free CD, Million Dollar Desire, to start living YOUR Life without limits.

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