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Be in Your Now. Change Your Direction

What is your now?

In what direction are your thoughts going?

Be in Your Now. Change Your Direction.
Bring my mind to the place I want to go, and the experiences I want to have

I look back at this journey and remember how excited I was, and still am, to know that I have control of my own life. In the many books I have read of Esther and Jerry Hicks, the Teachings of Abraham I have come to realize that we never get it done. This means our life experiences always lead us to more life experiences and it is completely up to us what we would like to manifest in each moment.

Each moment that we live is our now and each moment we are creating our future moments. Eckhart Tolle wrote “The Power of Now” which gives us a way to hone into and understand the power we have right here in our now. We never thought that we would have to direct our attention to our (now) but it does make a lot of sense. In this moment everything is okay.

We are alive and breathing. We can leave all fear behind. In this moment we have all that we need for this moment.

This doesn’t mean that we have to be okay with whatever life gives to us. It doesn’t mean to say that we should just take our lot in life. On the contrary it means that if we can get past the everyday fears of life, those days that we would prefer not to get up to then we can move ourselves up the ladder of great possibilities.

Happiness depends upon ourselves.” ARISTOTLE (384-322 BC)

You may ask how can this be so?

How can I get from where I am to where I would rather be?

Universal Laws switch what we have come to know around. It switches our direction. In other words all that we have come to believe of “our truth” is the opposite to what we thought as being true. We manifest each moment of our lives in default mode like robots. Most people are comfortable if each day resembles the day before, and yet they complain ceaselessly about their daily experiences, their now.

The way the universal laws work is if you want joy to be a part of your day , a part of each moment that is your now, then you have to wake up in a good mood first. If you want fun to be a part of your day then you have to focus on fun things before you manifest fun times. This goes for all of what you desire. You have to be in that thought feeling place first. Everyone on this planet wants happiness so we have to find a way to be happy first.

This is the way we bring happiness into our lives. These are important changes that we have to make. We have to change directions and reverse our former ideas of how to manifest. If you don’t make the changes first in your thoughts and in your feelings then the changes cannot enter your experiences. Great occurrence will not easily be your now.

The greatest revolution in our generation is the discovery that human beings, by changing the inner attitudes of their minds, can change the outer aspects of their lives.” William James (1842-1910)

So go ahead and enjoy life. All you have to do is change the direction to the way you have been doing it until now!

“Watch the thought, feel the emotion, observe the reaction.” Eckhart Tolle

Pamela Hamilton Is an expert in the Law of Attraction, the co-author of Your Invincible Power series of books and the Vice President of the  Your Invincible Power Company  which assists in going beyond suffering and finding the ultimate joy we all have a right to.

Pamela wrote, Love, Life and Beyond to further promote the worthiness that we all hold title to. We just have to find our way to take ownership to what is rightfully ours.

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Ego and How to Tame It

Ego, an Enemy to us All. These are extremely exciting times. Our human experiences are showing us the way. Life is calling us to wake up—be in the moment, and enjoy the fruits of life.

Regardless, it isn’t easy to always be conscious in the moment because the ego constantly places us at a disadvantage. For thousands of years ancient traditions have been telling us about this assailant that is within us. Buddhism translates it as misery, Hinduism sees it as a collective state of mental illness, Christian religion have called it sin. Charles Haanel calls it the enemy. Continue reading Ego and How to Tame It