PONDER on THIS for Tuesday, July 17th, 2012 by Tony Burroughs in THE LAW OF AGREEMENT

“The way to make a positive change in your life and in the lives of everyone in our world is to put the Law of Agreement to work on your behalf. The Law of Agreement ensures that as we lend our agreement to any belief, we reinforce it; we make it stronger. Conversely, when we refrain from lending our agreement to an idea that isn’t likely to give us the results we’re looking for, we dilute it; we weaken its power over us and its power over everyone simultaneously.

Using the Law of Agreement can change things is a hurry. Now what we are armed with this new information, every belief or snippet of propaganda that comes our way becomes an opportunity for us to take a stand. We can make a difference in our world every time a new idea is presented to us. Whereas in the past we may have been on autopilot and found ourselves nodding or agreeing with propositions without thinking too much about them, now we can utilize the Law of Agreement several times a day. Indeed, we’re being called on to make life-changing choices on such a steady basis that it is important for us to be more alert than ever to what we agree with (or withhold our agreement from), lest we add to that which no longer serves us, to that which is blatantly obsolete, to that which brings us harm, or to that which we wouldn’t want to manifest in a gazillion years.”

Tony Burroughs,  in “The Law of Agreement”

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