Best of PONDER on THIS for Friday, April 4th, 2014 by Stuart Wilde in AFFIRMATIONS

“So often we let life bump us off course. We set out on a path, and almost instantly our emotions distract us, or something happens and we drift off course. If you want things out of life, you will have to concentrate on them, and you have to go for what you want regardless of your current situation. If you concentrate on your goal and do not get distracted, you place an additional force at your disposal. For the power of will allows you to be moved into the right place at the right time. If you do not know what you want in life, you express that uncertainty into the Universal Law. And it – being impartial – expresses back to you the same feeling. The result is that nothing flows, and all your attempts to materialize your dreams fade or break up.

If you do not know what you truly want, then the best move is to begin to clear out all those things that you know you definitely no longer want – debilitating relationships, unhelpful habits, lack of action, and imbalance of one kind or another. Sooner or later what you want will become clear, and then you can head toward it. The Path of Power calls for a certain aggression, as does nature. The animal in the forest goes for what it wants, and in doing so it expends energy in getting its needs met. You should adopt the same style. Lock on to what you want, go for it no matter how long it takes, and you will have added concentration to your battery of techniques for self-improvement.”

                           Stuart Wilde, in “Affirmations”

For more information about this book visit Amazon.

A FREE
service since 1999, “Ponder on This” benefits subscribers, authors, and
publishers by including “links” to
Amazon.com where subscribers can
learn more about the book being quoted, and also purchase it.
Individuals
interested in a direct subscription to “Ponder on This” are requested to please
click
here
or
feel free to forward to a friend. To contact Pondercentral via email,
please click
here.

This entry was posted in Detachment, Persistence. Bookmark the permalink.