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The Law of Attraction: Your Outer Reality is A Direct Reflection of How You Feel About Yourself
by Christy Witman
Your entire outer reality reflects how you feel about yourself. This is based on the Law of Attraction and the Law of Reflection. You have everything in your world for a reason and that reason is there to serve you. Do you know that whatever you have attracted into your life right now is precisely what you need to grow and expand? Think about a situation in your life that is negative or not exactly what you desire. Describe how this situation makes you feel. Ask yourself, how can I use this situation to help me learn and grow? What insights can you learn about yourself from this situation? Everything that comes to you is a tool to help you reach to the next level. Think about it . . . you have situations in your life that are personal just to you and specific for your growth. Your friends, family members and co-workers do not have the same situations and circumstances in their lives. We attract what we need in our lives, and that includes life lessons. If you start looking at situations as a blessing and an opportunity for growth, you come from a place of expanding instead of contracting. Answers and guidance will come to you in that place instead of fighting what is happening in your life. It is The Law of Attraction in action. Here is to your life lessons!
According to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), over 45 million people in the United States are currently smokers. While this is 19.3% of all adults, with the exception of Asians, smoking rates tend to be higher for African-Americans and Hispanics. Every day more than 3,800 people under the age of 18 smoke their first cigarette. About a quarter of them begin smoking regularly. In my experience working with people who are trying to stop their smoking habits, all of them started before the age of 18. While some of them remember being forced to start smoking, the typical...
Improving the performance in any given area most likely requires that you stop bad habits and strengthen the necessary parts of your brain and body. When someone is performing poorly they should realize that actually what they're doing is doing their poor performance at an expert level. This proves that they have the ability to achieve mastery. However, they are merely doing it in the wrong way.
Getting rid of an expertly performed bad habit is not easy. In fact the brain and body will resist any efforts to change. Additionally, such efforts will most certainly strengthen the hold that...
Even though during my military career I learned to jump out of perfectly good airplanes, I never quite got rid of a debilitating fear of heights until I started studying Neuro-Linguistic Programming and hypnotherapy. Despite the fact that I never refused a task involving heights, my military trainers noticed that I would have to use sheer willpower. During my NLP training, Clinton Clay, LCSW, a Huntsville, Alabama, master practitioner trainer, used a brief hypnosis technique. Now not only can I stand on ladders and look over the edge of high buildings, I also found that I could pursue my...