“The mind’s ineffectiveness is constantly endorsed by society. How often have people said to you, “Don’t be silly. It is not logical. It is not allowed. It is not possible. It is not fair. It is not righteous. It is not this and it is not that.” To compensate for your lack of ability to create reality through consciousness, the mind pretends that its desires are not important. Then if things do not materialize, the mind or ego can say, “I did not expect it anyway.” We constantly adjust our expectation to accommodate disappointments.
To experience your word as law, you must begin to act and speak in a measured way. So often we tend to blurt out a promise or an idea, and often we have little or no intention of following through. As you begin to see yourself as a powerhouse of consciousness, you will actually begin to realize that you have power, power to change not only your life, but the lives of others and the world around you.”
Stuart Wilde, in “Affirmations”
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