Tuesday, September 8th, 2015 Focus: The only limits I have are those that I encourage with my beliefs.


It is a simple procedure to calculate the number of seeds in an apple. But who among us can ever say how many apples are in a seed? No one—and the reason is that the answer is infinite. Endless! That is what the abundance principle is all about: endlessness.

It seems a paradox, because we as human forms seem to begin and end at a specified time, and so endlessness is not a part of our experience in form. But it is difficult to imagine that the universe has any boundaries, or that it simply ends someplace. If it does, what’s at the end, and what’s on the other side of what’s at the end? And so I suggest there is no end to the universe, and there is no end to what you can have for yourself when this principle is part of your life.

Consequently, abundance, with its absence of limits and boundaries, is the very watchword of the universe. It applies to us as much as it does to everything else in the One song. We should be conscious of abundance and prosperity and not make scarcity the cornerstone of our lives. The only limits we have are those that we encourage with our belief in those limits.

Excerpted from the article:

You Can Allow Yourself to Have It All
Written by Dr. Wayne Dyer.

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Saturday, March 22nd, 2014 Focus: I shift out of thoughts that weaken me, and choose instead higher frequency thoughts that empower me.

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Every single thought you have can be assessed in terms of whether it strengthens or weakens you. Authentic wisdom is the ability to monitor yourself at all times to determine your relative state of weakness or strength, and to shift out of those thoughts that weaken you. In this way, you keep yourself in an upbeat, higher state of consciousness, and you prevent your thoughts from weakening every single organ of your body.

Your health is determined largely by the thoughts you have. Passionately think that you won’t get a cold, and your body will react to your thoughts. Refuse to entertain thoughts of fatigue, jet lag, or headaches, and your body responds to your thoughts.

When you shift from a thought that’s a very low energy vibration to one of a higher frequency, you go from weak to strong. When your thought is on blaming others, you’re weakened. But when you shift to loving and trusting others, you become strong. Your thoughts come with an accompanying energy, so you might as well shift to those that empower you.

Excerpted from the article:
Authentic Wisdom: Shifting Out of Thoughts That Weaken You
by Dr. Wayne Dyer.

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Wednesday, November 6th, 2013 Focus: When I stop judging and simply become an observer, I will know inner peace.

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When you feel offended, you’re practicing judgment. You judge someone else to be stupid, insensitive, rude, arrogant, inconsiderate, or foolish, and then you find yourself upset and offended by their conduct. What you may not realize is that when you judge another person, you do not define them. You define yourself as someone who needs to judge others.

Just as no one can define you with their judgments, neither do you have the privilege of defining others. When you stop judging and simply become an observer, you will know inner peace. With that sense of inner peace, you’ll find yourself free of the negative energy of resentment, and you’ll be able to live a life of contentment.

Not being offended will mean eliminating all variations of the following sentence from your repertoire of available thoughts: “If only you were more like me, then I wouldn’t have to be upset right now.” You are the way you are, and so are those around you. Most likely they will never be just like you. So stop expecting those who are different to be what you think they should be. It’s never going to happen.

Excerpted from the article:
Do You Have a Right to be Upset? Are Resentments Justified?
by Wayne W. Dyer.

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