My number one goal is for everybody to KNOW they can have anything they want. It’s a matter of belief, mindset, practice and repeat. It’s a little bit like switching a light on. We don’t know what light looks like until the darkness is gone. In the same token, we don’t know what possibility looks like if we only know limitation.
Have you ever ordered food at a restaurant? Of course you have. You pick a restaurant with a theme that resonates with your tastes, you peruse the menu, ask the server to bring you what you want and it magically appears in front of you. You need to ask first to get something. The way you ask will define the experience. If someone is rude to a server, that person may receive a different type of experience, or food, than requested.
Transfer that analogy to your current situation.
What resonates with you right now? Do you want more friends, a new hobby, a life partner, a new career?
What would be a good fit for you right now? Let’s take the example of a hobby. Do you want to do something indoor or outdoor? Will it be physical or leisurely, cerebral or creative? How many hours a week do you wish to dedicate to it. How much money are you willing to invest?
Do you see where I’m going with this? Start with the big idea and narrow it down from there. Once you know what you’re looking for, it will appear. It’s been proven to work regardless of your belief system. Einstein affirmed that frequencies match each other, period. Spiritual leaders will tell you that the Universe will give you what you ask, period.
Asking may be the universal subject we can all agree on. Our brain is wired to detect what we’re looking for.
In a store, it can be a hard to find item a shopper discovers in a pile, or it can be a shoplifter if you’re on the Loss Prevention team. Same environment, but different individuals looking for different things.
If you don’t know what you’re looking for, you’ll find a lot of what you don’t want, which is a very unsatisfactory situation to be in. Believe you can have anything you want and you can start asking. Ask today, ask now! What do you want?
Still not convinced? Keep it a secret. Don’t tell anyone. Just do it to see if it works, then brag about it!
One of my favorite movie moment is in “Miracle on 34th street” when little Susan, played by Natalie Wood, is in the car on the way home repeating “I believe, I believe, I believe”. Her wish came true, and then some.
I wish you to believe too. Just ask.
Reach for the greatest version of yourself!