Feel For It

Have you practiced feeling for what you want? It’s a powerful way to build positive momentum. In fact, it’s an important Law of Attraction basic principle to spend time “feeling forward” for what we want. Esther Hicks talks about how doing so will inspire, “the next logical step with perfect timing.”

Fit in a couple of minutes of Law of Attraction games and momentum building exercises on a daily basis. You can find some great ideas in the book Ask and It’s Given by Esther Hicks.

Make up your own exercises too! Nothing too complicated just simple stuff to get the wheels turning. Things like:

  • List the ways you love to feel.
  • Make it a daily doodle.
  • What do you want in life? List it all as fast as you can. Maintain an ongoing list that you say or write out daily.
  • Play the “Wouldn’t it be nice if…” game that Esther suggests. Just say out loud all those things that you think would be nice.

Strive to allow yourself to flow forward in life through inspiration. Allowing inspiration to lead the way is much more powerful and effective than pushing yourself along through brute force and sheer willpower alone!

Have Everything You Want

Can you have everything you want? It depends on a few things.

  • Can you appreciate what you already have and identify what you want while enjoying your life as it is?
  • Can you listen, recognize, and trust inspiration that encourages you to take action steps that move you in the direction of your dreams?
  • Can you be authentic, sincere, and nonjudgmental towards others all while feeling calm and serene most of the time?

Engage your intuition and practice a positive mindset. Reaching full potential takes time, practice, and patience.

What You Think of Yourself

Regarding beliefs and their impact on the potential for human transformation:

  • We have some control over our lives.
  • It all begins with what you think of yourself.
  • There are no limits to the transformation that can take place within your body.
  • You can always control your attitude, your sense of yourself, and your virtue.
  • We can change our lives by changing the way we think.
  • What you believe becomes true.
  • There are no limits to the human mind except those we put on ourselves because of our beliefs.