THANK YOU to all of the subscribers who took the time to write to me on Tuesday in response to my note at the top of yesterday’s message. I will respond to each of your emails in the next couple of days.
“The more we think about something with even feeble emotion, the bigger and more powerful that something becomes in our life, regardless of whether it’s the lack of what we want, or the thing itself.
If we say, “I want perfect health,” and think emotionally about perfect health all the time, we’ll either have it now or it will be on its way. But if we say, “I don’t want sickness,” and think emotionally about that often enough, we’re opting for ill health because our focus is on the sickness. If we think a lot about wanting a new house and can feel ourselves in it, it’s on it’s way. But if we’re constantly saying, “I don’t want to live in this place anymore,” we’ll be sticking around for a while.
If we think emotionally about something long enough, whether it’s something we want or something we don’t want, it’s going to be coming into our world, like it or not.”
Lynn Grabhorn, in “Excuse Me, Your LIFE is Waiting”
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