Changing Your Patterns of Thought

Have you ever wondered why things stay the same in your life, even if you try very hard to change them? When I wanted to solve my financial struggle, which I had experienced for so many years in my life, it was not financial discipline that helped me to turn things around, it was the change in my thought patterns that brought about fundamental change and a feeling of abundance.

Once you understand and experience this “tool” for yourself, your life will never be the same again.

In this video clip (9:04) Abraham explains why so often we experience the same problems over and over again and how you can create real and lasting change in your life by changing your thought patterns. Abraham covers subjects like law of attraction, trust, the importance of feeling good and releasing the beliefs that limit you. Although the ending of the clip is a little abrupt, you will no doubt enjoy the information.

Questions you may want to reflect on:

1. Take a personal issue, which doesn’t involve others, that you really wanted to change in your life but until now without success. Do you really believe and feel, deep within your heart, that this change is possible? Or, do you have certain beliefs and thoughts that contradict your desire? Just take a moment here to honestly reflect on this. Please, don’t think that there is something wrong with you when you discover that you have contradicting thoughts or doubts; everybody has them. The purpose of this exercise is to make you aware of any thoughts or beliefs that may prevent you from realizing the change that you desire.

2. Do you feel it is possible to consciously steer your feelings (or vibration) into a more positive direction, away from your doubts and limiting beliefs? Perhaps you want to try it, just for fun, in the next couple of days and weeks, to see what happens. If you are not sure how to do this you may get some inspiration from reading 4 Practices to Experience Your Reality More Positively.

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