Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Passive Consciousness

Rarely do we stop and think about what we are actually thinking. They say we process around an estimated 2,000-3,000 thoughts per day! That's a lot of energy being put into our thought process. I've heard this time and time again and I find it true, it's that our thoughts create our reality. How awesome is that? To me, that's one of the greatest gifts on this Earth.

Let's say one of your major accomplishments would be to make unfathomable amounts of passive income, how can your thought process assist you with that?

Well, you can first envision yourself at the point of which you have already reached that plateau. Imagine living your life where there is no 9-5 job required for living and you are doing what you love and living your life. Pretty nice isn't it?

Next, live that accomplishment, act as if you already have passive income by keeping a check in your wallet stating the amount of money you wish to receive. Write down how much you truly want and by what date you intend to have it by.

Lastly, state what you want. If it's $2 Billion by the time you are 35 then state it out loud and tell other people. This lets the universe that this is what you truly want and believe that it will be given to you.

This is the power of the mind and envisioning what you want. Practice this and you'll be manifesting your greatest wishes in no time.

with much gratitude,


Vannessa said...

Ever since I've been away from home negativity is one of the strongest challenges I've had to overcome. I am so used to being negative as a defense mechanism of preparing myself for the worst. It's time I try to be positive, and envision the life I want to live. I've experimented this week with my"blog therapy" but I hope to live my life through positive thoughts to yield positive results.

Great post!

kimbundance said...

Thanks Ness! And ya, negativity is such a strong force, it's always around us. That's why it's really important to recognize exactly when we fall into bad habits and change them.