Tap Into Your Authentic Power

June 3, 2009 by  
Filed under Prosperity


If you are like 99 percent of the people in the world today you are likely feeling a bit anxious about the worldwide economic crisis.Yes, there is a problem at hand. And yes, many people are already suffering from some very harsh realities, and see more coming like a freight train racing down the tracks straight at them. This cannot be denied.

What Can We Do?
Well obviously as individuals, we cannot reach out and change the world economic situation. But what we CAN do is reach within ourselves and tap into our own inner power our own personal strength, wisdom and resilience.

There is at least one inherent benefit of challenging times we are forced to discover what we are made of what we value what we need, and what we can do without. In short, we are forced to discover who we really are.

Something to Consider
No matter what your age, there’s something you might want to think about: Your ancestors maybe your parents, and most certainly your grandparents and their parents were outrageously tough survivors.

They came through wars that tore the world apart and devastated families, yet they survived. And they came through the Great Depression my Mother remembered having only one dress, yet they survived.

YOU are already tough at your very core – you carry the genes of these survivors. Plus you yourself have already survived one blow after another in your life disappointments, broken heart, rejection on one level or another, perhaps lack of appreciation. As a result, you too have that mental toughness and ability to heal and go forward inside you.

An Immediate Solution
So how can we best handle what’s going on around us? We need to tap into our own individual authentic power. Authentic power arises strictly from within YOU. It is an expression of YOUR personal will. And it ultimately depends on your ability to trust your own instincts and hunches.

This is no time to feel powerless or anxious. You have authentic power wired into your brain’s motivational system. This internal power gives you the ability to face adversity straight on…to blast past fear and take action, and then to adjust that action whenever necessary.

Your authentic power is your source of feeling in command of your own self. And when you come down to it who else is really in command of you?

Authentic power wells up from within, and it seldom appears full-blown early in life. Rather, it is an outcome of our ability to integrate our experiences in such a way that adversity in particular is incorporated into our process of personal growth and expansion.

Authentic power is built through vigorous participation in life through openness to new experiences through strong ties to other people and most of all, through your ability to construct a sense of security and meaning in your life in the face of challenge and adversity.

A Plan of Action
How to create a sense of authentic power? Start right here, in the present moment. Right here and now IS your true power point. Don’t focus on the past – you can’t do anything about it. And the present just is NOT here yet.

Focus on the moment and give thanks for what is OK right now you are obviously warm, dry, fed, and sitting in a save place by your computer. Now stretch forward to create the next moment from that place of safety and strength.

Life really IS lived one minute at a time, and problems are solved one decision and action at a time and THAT is where your authentic power lies. The truth is you really ARE in control.

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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?