How We Create Coincidence

May 28, 2009 by  
Filed under Success Insights

smilewomanDo you believe in coincidence?

Actually nothing happens by chance. We actually CREATE what we call a coincidence.

When do coincidences happen in our lives? Stop and think about it. When you are focused on something and it has a priority in your life, little coincidences seem to occur.

This works no matter what you’re focused on. If you’re focused on worry and fear, or anger and frustration you will have coincidental events reflecting what you are worried about.

Worry is actually negative goal setting.

The classic example is someone who is looking for success, but just can’t achieve their goals. They might be focused on their goal, and that seems like a good thing. But their unconscious mind might be filled to overflowing with negative thoughts and beliefs.

So what happens? They create negative coincidences that sabotage their efforts. Self-defeating situations are inevitable when your mind is focused focus on fear, worry, or the concept of being somehow limited.

What is Coincidence?
Negative outcomes don’t just happen in our lives. They occur when we refuse to pay attention to warning signs of a probable negative outcome.

Let’s run a little test of how you got to where you are today because of coincidences that occurred in your life.

Start with one aspect of your life. This could be love or romance, your career or business, financial success anything that has truly special significance to you.

You know where you are today in that area, but let’s step back say three years. What was the situation then? Take a few introspective minutes to recall the major decisions you made in that area of your life as you think forward to today.

Here’s where you’ll begin see how one decision led to another. Pick one major decision. If you had made a different choice, how would things be different today?

So why do you think you made that decision? You were focused on something positive or negative, that focus created your response to an opportunity or challenge and here you are today as a result of that past focus and action.

Creating Positive Life Outcomes
Here’s how to get some positive results in your life:

Begin by deciding what it is that you really want make it a positive outcome, and not fear based.

Then begin to focus on what you want.

Now continuously reassure yourself that everything in your life is moving in the desired direction.

Trust and be patient. Do NOT buy into any challenges as evidence of a negative outcome. View them as learning experiences and opportunities to fine tune your actions.

The very moment you adopt the above technique, you have moved from creating what you don’t want to creating what you DO want.

On the other hand, if you choose NOT to direct your subconscious mind to create the life you want, everything will remain as it is today or will go downhill because of building anger and frustration. This IS your life. Why not make the most of it, and be happy?

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Meditation Builds up the Brain

May 5, 2009 by  
Filed under Creativity


Meditating does more than just feel good and calm you down, it makes you perform better and alters the structure of your brain, researchers have found.

People who meditate say the practice restores their energy, and some claim they need less sleep as a result. Many studies have reported that the brain works differently during meditation – brainwave patterns change and neuronal firing patterns synchronise. But whether meditation actually brings any of the restorative benefits of sleep has remained largely unexplored.

So Bruce O’Hara and colleagues at the University of Kentucky in Lexington, US, decided to investigate. They used a well-established psychomotor vigilance task, which has long been used to quantify the effects of sleepiness on mental acuity.

Ten volunteers were tested before and after 40 minutes of either sleep, meditation, reading or light conversation, with all subjects trying all conditions.

What astonished the researchers was that meditation was the only intervention that immediately led to superior performance, despite none of the volunteers being experienced at meditation.

Every single subject showed improvement, says O’Hara. The improvement was even more dramatic after a night without sleep. But, he admits: Why it improves performance, we do not know. The team is now studying experienced meditators, who spend several hours each day in practice.

Brain builder
What effect meditating has on the structure of the brain has also been a matter of some debate. Now Sara Lazar at the Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, US, and colleagues have used MRI to compare 15 meditators, with experience ranging from 1 to 30 years, and 15 non-meditators.

They found that meditating actually increases the thickness of the cortex in areas involved in attention and sensory processing, such as the prefrontal cortex and the right anterior insula.

You are exercising it while you meditate, and it gets bigger, she says. The finding is in line with studies showing that accomplished musicians, athletes and linguists all have thickening in relevant areas of the cortex. It is further evidence, says Lazar, that yogis aren’t just sitting there doing nothing.

The growth of the cortex is not due to the growth of new neurons, she points out, but results from wider blood vessels, more supporting structures such as glia and astrocytes, and increased branching and connections. news service, By Alison Motluk

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Every Thought is an Affirmation

April 13, 2009 by  
Filed under Law of Attraction

blueheadHere is an interesting view of what is commonly called affirmations. I’m certain you’ve heard that term.

Many self-help authors recommend that we use daily affirmations to help keep our self on track to achieve our goals.

But have you ever noticed that affirmations do really seem to work? You usually don’t get any closer to your goal with this approach and it may even be a total waste of time.

Why is this?

Here’s the secret: It does not work because literally EVERY thought you have is actually an affirmation.

You can spend three minutes telling yourself I am focused. But here’s the problem  the rest of the time your powerful subconscious mind knows darn good and well you ARE not focused, and will revert to an unfocused mind the minute your end your affirmation.

The basic idea of conditioning yourself to think in new ways is excellent, but verbal affirmations alone do not work and neither does so-called positive thinking.

Actually, positive thinking by itself is a bust.

You CANNOT think yourself anything you need to reinforce this with attacking those ANTs Automatic Negative Messages that run around in the back of your mind AND you need to take POSITIVE ACTION.

If you really DO want to make some changes in your life, you need to literally re-program your brain. One great way to get started is to make some changes in your environment that will support creating your desired new habits.

Yes, I did say habits. Everything we do is based on habits. In fact, our brain loves habits. How else could it do what it does to keep your miraculous body purring along at the same time letting you do things like imagine, plan, think, make love, etc.

So get started by removing links to any undesired aspects of your current your identity the triggers that cause you to think in your old ways. Start today with a small change, like cleaning up and rearranging your workspace.

A few little changes won’t be enough to get you where you want to be. But if you keep building these little changes, you will actually shift more and more of your environment to your new role.

Look around your home and ask yourself objectively, What kind of person lives here? If I didn’t know who lived here, what would I conclude about the inhabitant? Do the same for your office: What kind of person would work here? Then make a list of the six people with whom you spend the most time, and ask, What kind of person would associate with these people?

Are your answers to these objective questions in keeping with the kind of person you want to be? If not, then what kind of environment would that person have? What kind of friends? And how can you shift your environment toward the desired new one?

Maybe you can’t immediately get a whole new house or a new job, but what CAN you change right now TODAY that will move you in the desired direction?

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