What I have learned about manifesting dreams

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Growing up I never really knew that we could shape our lives by anything other than sheer hard work and discipline. I must say, that although they still are key ingredients in getting to where you want to go, there was an important element which went unnoticed by me for a long time. That element consists of a vision of how I wanted my life to look. It could be called affirmations, but a vision is something I learned how to create for myself about 10 years ago in, of all places, a real estate course called the Quantum Course, by Doug Yaeger.  A vision is a picture in words, of how I want my life to be. Included in it are 4 areas:

•·         personal and spiritual

•·         business and finance

•·         family and relationships

•·         health and recreation

It takes a few hours to create this, all in the present tense, but something that still does not exist. Something more you want for your life. Creating this picture, then reading it each day, and letting go of the outcome are the steps involved. Somehow this process triggers a mechanism ,which propels us into taking the action that may lead to the desired outcome. It is effortless, and pretty amazing the outcomes that I have seen created with this method.  It shows us how powerful our mind is.


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Pamela Seley
West Coast Realty Division - Murrieta, CA
Residential Real Estate Agent serving SW RivCo CA

What timing.  I just noticed today that I accomplishd almost everything on my vision list.  Still working on the million dollars! Thanks, this is great advice! :)

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