When we focus on our inspirations and concentrate our thinking in the direction of our desired objectives, we pave the way for great achievement. Altering our thoughts changes our lives because our consciousness attracts and perpetuates what we think about, and what we believe. If we focus on prosperity, we attract prosperity; and if we focus on poverty, we attract poverty. In other words, as we believe, so we achieve.

When we focus our minds on fear and doubt, we sabotage our chances for achievement. When we focus our minds on our plans of action, we programme ourselves for success.

Many of the people with the greatest success stories faced some of the greatest adversity. You have many great thoughts, you just have to silence your brain noise so you can hear them.

  • Inspired thoughts create inspired dreams.
  • Unbalanced dominant thoughts produce an unappealing disharmony that results in brain noise.
  • Balanced dominant thoughts produce unconditional love and set the stage for achievement.

What would you most like to achieve right now?

In Galatians 6:7 we read ‘A man reaps what he sows’.

Try as we might, it’s impossible to break the Golden Rule. This supreme universal law of cause and effect encompasses all other truths.

‘I shall never believe that God plays dice with the world’ said Einstein.

Blessings don’t come to us by way of luck; they’re the results of our productivity and of our words or actions to others. This universal law has been illustrated throughout recorded history. We are responsible for the effects in our lives.

  • Whatever you put energy into today, produces results tomorrow.
  • Both “good luck” and “bad luck” are illusions. The universe is not a game of chance; it’s a tangible demonstration of cause and effect.

The outcomes we experience in our lives are ultimately neither “good” nor “bad.” They’re merely the predictable effects that result from whatever actions, or lack of actions, we’ve thought of and taken (or not). The universe doesn’t judge; it balances.