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Like Does Attracts Like

It is an age-old adage that ‘like attracts like', meaning similar things are drawn to each other by some invisible force of attraction such as a specific frequency or personal magnetism.

When you need to draw something towards you, to attract whatever is desired you must change your level of thinking to match the thing that you wish to bring into your life. If you wish to attract riches, for example, there is a need to behave, live, think, as well as act like a rich person.

If you desire a better job then you must act the part, a plumber would have difficulty being a computer technician without the correct training, thus to be an I.T. expert you have to live that life in order to attract that type of employment or position. If you want a new car then you need to go out to investigate what cars are on the market to determine which car you like most or want, as well as have a drivers licence and parking space; same for a new apartment, you need to see what is actually available in order to visualize more clearly what you require. Without looking into what you desire in detail it will be harder to imagine that it is already yours.

The key to attracting anything is to have a clear and precise image of what you want exactly, then to hold that image with a strong desire, believing it to be yours, living your dream like it is in fact real. You must keep this state until what you want becomes yours, this is the key. Many people can't hold a desire long enough, losing focus or changing their direction continually when what they desire doesn't materialize immediately. There is potential for the process to obtain what is required is not to be instantaneous, there are occasions where things do take time to come into your reality, but in other cases, you will get what you imagine seemingly immediately. The time it takes to obtain what has been imagined is due to perception as time is flexible, stretching and contracting like elastic, thereby distorting the conscious awareness of reality.

Visualization is an exacting art form, imagining in great detail the image of what you desire, then focusing that desire with an intense intent - keeping the desire strong, unchanging, until what you desire becomes yours. It is the belief that what you want is in fact already yours, the strong imagining of the feelings, the experiences, the joy as if what you desire was already in your possession - live your days as if what you want has in fact already become yours. It is the combination of imagining of every detail, the strong unending focus of desire, together with the belief that what you want is already yours, not will be or maybe, but already is yours; this is what will make your desires manifest within your reality more easily.

Science has shown that you are pure energy, it is when this energy reaches the correct frequency that you can create - your energy does have the ability to change reality if you direct it correctly and with enough focused desire.

You Control All Your Reality

Many know the famous quote; ‘A Journey of 1000 miles begins with 1 step'. Just like your life, each step or stage of life can be measured in small or in large increments. Yet with the lack of focus and attention, you can miss the chance to put enough thorough thought, preparation or sufficient action into specific stages of your life in order to realize the objectives that you aspire to achieve.

Life is sometimes like a log floating on a river, left alone you can be assured the log will float down the river until it reaches the ocean at some stage in some form. But it may get lost along the way, stuck on rocks, or beached on the side of the river bank, even left high and dry in some tributary pool or even battered to a pulp in rapids or a high waterfall. Yet if the log is guided down the river, carefully, thoughtfully, attentively, it will arrive at the ocean faster and in much better shape. Likewise, by carefully thinking through the best course to take for each stage of your life you can ensure that you can reach your desired destination quicker, achieving more thoroughly and accurately what you have desired.

It is invariably a fact that the results of the choices that you make throughout life come to determine your destiny, the person who you are, along with who you become or are becoming. The choices are always yours alone to make, it is solely up to you, in the end, it is you alone who can make the final decision. Of course you can blame others or circumstances, but in the final analysis, if you are truthful with yourself then it will be realized that you alone are the architect of your own destiny. You always can choose not to listen to others, not to proceed as they recommend or tell you to, while there may be consequences or not you can choose to do exactly as you please.

There are many paths you can follow in life, the path that leads you to greatness, to mediocracy or a too simple life, or even insignificance. How you choose to live is up to you, these choices can be purposeful decisions or the result of leaving everything up to fate. By far the better course is to be proactive in your life, taking an interest in every detail by micro-managing those things that will determine your future along with how your life will turn out. Which road you choose to travel is your choice alone, you can also choose not to decide by leaving things to fate; it is all up to what you decide. Your progression through life can be a joy or burden, it all depends upon the choices you make and the paths you take.

You make decisions all the time, continually, some are conscious decisions other are made on a subconscious level. You are always faced with a continuous stream of decision-making opportunities, even not making any decision is also a decision. Making wise decisions is always a relative task, you won't know whether the decision is wise until you have made then enacted it; a little like roulette from one perspective.

However, decisions can be reversed and should be when you are or become unhappy or dissatisfied with the results. The option of negating or reversing or changing a decision should not bear any stigma; so don't pay attention to how others may mock or chastise you for procrastinating or vacillating on your decisions. You should make decisions at your own pace, doing exactly what you want to do; this doesn't mean to pay heed or attention to what others may say, there are always valuable outlooks available so one must capitalize upon these when evidence shows they are valuable.

Focus on what you really desire rather than things you just want

Everyone has passing wants or needs, those things that you see that others may have, the things advertised, or what you see in a shop window, and so on. Depending on the intensity of these feelings for what you want or need will then relate or depend upon whether you get those things or not. For example; you may really want the latest music player, you don't need it, you just want it. You could find you have enough to buy this, or maybe your birthday may be coming up, or someone will buy it for you, et cetera. In these cases you don't really intently desire the object, you just want it and by chance circumstances, you come to own it.

It is said; "You don't always get what you want, but you might just get what you need". This becomes immaterial when desire and belief come into play. If you can first imagine something clearly and in detail, then really desire it intently and truly believe that the desire will come true, then you can bring what you want into your reality, to make it yours.

It doesn't matter if the constraints really exist or not, whether they are simply imagined, what counts is whether you believe they exist or not, whether you can dismiss them or not. If you believe some desire is possible to achieve, that desire becomes potentially obtainable or achievable; then through belief and desires and imagining you will surely find out that what you want can be yours. Likewise, the opposite is true, what you don"t believe you can't possibly conceive; on a positive note this can be used to deflect things that you don't want to exist.

It is the belief in the extraordinary, the impossible even, that in that moment of belief you can create that spark of reality that can start to grow in intensity to eventually become manifested in your life. So much is possible if you can just transcend what you have been lead to believe by the conditioning of society. If you just Dare to dream, then you will find that dreams really do come true.

Illuminate every moment of your life.

You create light through knowledge or illumination, a moment of light in the darkness. Indeed you have infinite resources at your fingertips, you may just not realize or utilize all the elements available to you or don't fully capitalize on, or realize all the opportunities that come your way.

With time your life gradually runs its course, while it may not seem like it you have all the same chances that everyone else had; you may or may not have taken them or maximized them, but you did have the choice. Some people worked intently, others took it easy; some were stressed others relaxed and at ease. These opposites of choice are the difference between success and mediocracy.

The life of success belongs to the ones that used all the resources available to them to the maximum, then turned their dreams into strong desires that they intently pursued until they had achieved them. Mediocracy is the legacy of those who didn't pursue what they really wanted with the correct amount of focus, energy or vigor.

Life can leave some completely wasted, at a loss, wondering where all the time went, questioning why did life pass them by. Yet others revel in the joys of achievement at what they accomplish, while they can't take what they have acquired with them when they die, they can at least take the memory of those things to savor for eternity.

Perception Is Where Truth Lies

Perception is driven by the belief that is placed in an observation; it is quite difficult for some element of reality to exist without some level of belief, whether this is at a conscious level or hidden deep within the subconscious. Perception is all about interpreting accurately what happens; attention to detail, retention of the facts, ability to remember the sequence of events as they occurred, the ability to present the personal interpretation of what happens clearly and with conviction.

Peer pressure can come into play, where someone's or other's strong opinion of what occurred comes to be the most dominant factor, erasing other more factorial accounts that are not presented forcefully enough or with a strong enough conviction. Dominance comes to rule over any uncertainty or lack of conviction, irrelevant of how accurate and relevant those weaker presented opinions may be.

What each person perceives is based upon the perspective from which they personally view what occurred, their beliefs, the social conditioning they have experienced throughout life. A number of people viewing the exact same occurrence can come to have a different perspective, which can be minor or major. How things are recalled can be influenced by the personal commitment or necessity in how the situation turns out. Like history, the particular perception of reality is decided by the strong or victor. The creation of an image or what has occurred is all controlled by some personal agenda; linked to some potential gain or loss.

The mental condition at any specific moment in time can influence how each person experiences the same thing, including there opinion or memory of what occurred. Their location or position will influence what is observed; how each individuals mind processes the information will also have an impact on recollection. What is the most convenient or easiest to believe is generally the impression that remains the strongest, becoming ingrained as fact over time; personal convictions tend to drive the understanding an individual has about a situation.

A fact has many interpretations, what is right or wrong, believable or unbelievable all depends upon the what each individual has invested, not only in the situation but the final outcome. What is accepted as fact is what tends to prevail over the long term, immaterial of its validity? With time a half-truth can gain a greater validity purely through the time that has passed by, as over time more individuals have assumed to have invested acceptance in the information. Perception is really all down to what anyone is prepared to believe unquestionably.

There are no rights or wrongs with regard to perception; it is feasible for a number of people viewing the same occurrence to have different opinions to varying degrees about what occurred, or what they heard or saw. The angle of view, the level of concentration on what was occurring at all stages of the event, other peripheral events that attention was focused upon depleting the focus on the main event, personal beliefs or interpretations, the ability to describe something accurately and clearly, the level of persistence determination of specific individuals; these and many other factors all contribute to how people perceive what happens and how those details are remembered the recalled.

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