Have you ever made anything significant happen in your life simply through believing that it will be
Actually, I have to disagree with you if you never believed in yourself as a kid in school you would not be here writing to us today.
Fact is, it all starts from your own motivation to do things.
Grow up and stop bashing on people who try to give true hope to real people in need.
Not by believing that it will be. But rather by believing that I can make it happen. That belief is a powerful motivator.
Yes. I truly believe in my goals and making it happens one at a time. As long as you make realistic goals and believing that you can achieve them, it will happen.
The mind is a powerful tool, as is the words we speak through our mouths and in our minds. You can make yourself sick by thinking you are, or are going to become sick.
By talking positive words, saying it will pass, claiming the promises of God and covering myself in the blood of Christ, I stop my anxiety attacks.
I get SEVERE anxiety and panic attacks. If you never experienced one, a bad one, you would never wish them on anyone. Most people need pills to help. I only need to believe it is ending as it is beginning and staying strong with my faith.
Yes, that's how I found my job and my husband. I actually visualized him so clearly that I found him online. He lived in Spain and I lived in the US. We've been married for seven years. The law of attraction does work! I know that much!
I have experienced it three years ago. I was having heart failure and I was advised by all to go for an abortion. I refused even when everyone pestered me about it. Doctors told me the chance of me carrying out the pregnancy is very slim, and I was definitely risking my life to keep my babies. I was very sad and miserable but i couldn't do it. I would cry and speak to them like they can hear me. one day, i decided to call someone and he was the only one person that supported me to keep my twin babies(we spoke over the phone several times but we had never met). You see, there was this knowing in me, that i should have faith. I was scheduled for an early caesarean. To shorten a long story, i am still here today. On the same month that I delivered my babies, my family gathered and celebrate a miracle. And when my babies were four weeks old, i went to meet my supporter in person to thank him. Yes, I believe.
I think you can believe all you want but you still have to put in all of the effort and hard work that is needed to achieve whatever it is you are aiming for. Believing is a part of it for sure. If you don't believe it will happen then chances are it wont.
In the end it takes a combination of both work, persistence and belief to make things happen.
YES, I have met two partners that way. Two of my most significant relationships I might ad. I have also had a check sent to me at a time when I GREATLY needed it from PG & E. who EVER gets a check from PG&E.
I learned at a seminar recently that intention is 100% responsible for manifestation ....not hard work, not diligence...INTENTION
Yes I remember a time when a tyrant was ruling my country killing and imprisoning innocent civilians. I thought it was not right for heaven to look on on this matter. So I'd decided to go into meditation (what some would call visualization). I visualized seeing some Holy beings in a meeting and their leader whom I presumed is the Lord Jesus Christ giving them instructions to dethrone the dictator by all means.
After I opened my eyes I made sure I told someone (but told him it was a dream). After about a week the news announced that the dictator died of (apple) food poisoning.
What a co-incidence!
I'm in the process of rebuilding faith in myself. I hope to make my dreams a reality so I'll get back to you on that!
Yes contentment. There was a study done in Washington DC where they had 200 (I think) people meditate about peace and they actually dropped the crime rate.
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