PONDER on THIS for Wednesday, April 30th, 2008 by Pete Koerner in THE BELIEF FORMULA

“Life is as easy as you allow it to be, or as difficult as you make it. Notice that we must make (create, or force them to be) things difficult. We must put extra energy into things in order to get resistance and stress in return. To simply relax and allow life to unfold for you is indeed the easiest, most natural thing to do. As this process runs its course, you can choose to get in the driver’s seat and steer your own creation for a change. Just use your imagination; that is all prayer is, anyway – heartfelt imagination. See your life, in your mind’s eye, the way you want it to be and feel this in your heart.  Know in your heart that it is so; you deserve it, you want it, you believe it is possible, you know that it is so, and it is.

Imagination becomes reality through belief. You can refuse to believe this if you wish, but therein lies the answer to why you cannot see the answers to all of your prayers. If there is struggle in your life, you created it, or you allowed it into your existence. Somehow, some way, you needed to have that particular experience. It doesn’t have to be a bad thing; it is intended to be a learning experience, and those are good things. Take advantage of the opportunities to be thankful for such things – as ridiculous as this might sound.”

Pete Koerner in “The Belief Formula”

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