The Law of Causation
All causation is starts in the mind. That means that everything that you are or ever will be will be as a result of how you use your mind. You are merely a mind with a body that is there to carry around the mind. The entire man made world that you see is simply an expression of thought. Your entire life is an expression of your own thinking. And since the quality of your thinking determines the quality of your life, if you improve the quality of your thinking, you must, without doubt improve the quality of your life.
You learn to do this with Mental House Cleaning. Mental house cleaning is the art of taking control of what you think. You remove any negative thoughts before they have time to fester and lead you down the road to destruction.
The Law of Expectations
This law says that whatever you expect with confidence, positive or negative, becomes your reality. If you confidently expect to succeed, if you confidently expect to learn something from every experience, if you confidently expect to become wealthy as a result of applying your talents and abilities to your opportunities and you maintain that attitude of confident expectations long
enough, it will become your reality. It will give you a positive optimistic cheerful attitude that will cause people to want to help you, and will cause things to happen the way you want them to happen.
Carrying around Problems
A lecturer was giving a lecture to his student on stress management. He raised his glass of water and asked the audience, “How heavy do you think this glass of water is?”
The students’ answers ranged from 20g to 500gm.
“It does not matter on the absolute weight. It depends on how long I hold it. If I hold it for a minute, it is OK. If I hold it for an hour, I will have an ache in my arm. If I hold it for a day, I will require an ambulance. It is the exact same weight, but the longer I hold it the heavier it becomes.”
“If we carry our burdens all the time, sooner or later, we will not be able to carry on; the burden will become increasingly heavier.”
“What you have to do is to put the glass down, rest for a while before lifting it up again.”
We have to put down the burden periodically, so that we can be refreshed and are able to carry on. Before you return home from work tonight, put the burden of work down.
Leave it there. You can pick it up tomorrow. Whatever burdens you are having now on your shoulders let it down for a moment, if you can. Enjoy a relaxation break and regain access to the flow of creative solutions.
And that’s what I am going to do right now!
All the best.