This is one of those days that I’m doing back-to-back interviews all day. Media, streaming webcasts, and conference bridge lines. And it’s fascinating in that every interview seems to end up in the same place…
Thomas Aquinas said that everything received is done so in accord with the mode of the receiver. True dat. And especially so in prosperity...
Because you can’t be treated for prosperity – you have to be open to receive it.
And to do that, you have to believe you are worthy of it. So how do you do that?
You have to stop buying into all the bullshit you’ve been fed by a whole lot of people and institutions. As we discussed in the last post, there will be lots of people tell you to be realistic and reasonable. Realistic and reasonable work only if you’re interested in mediocrity. Not if you want to be epic.
You have to become a critical thinker and analyze everything you’re exposed to. Look for and recognize the subconscious and subliminal programming inherent in the message.
You have to be willing to become a contrarian, and stop thinking like the masses. If I have learned anything after 20 plus years study of prosperity, it is this:
Rich people think differently than broke people. Healthy people think differently than sick people. Happy people think differently than depressed people. Most people are broke, sick and depressed. So you certainly don’t want to accept the conventional wisdom of the masses, or you’ll start to think like they do.
This isn’t about being judgmental or looking down on those less fortunate than you...
It’s about making sure you’re in a position to help them reach higher, not letting yourself be pulled back down lower.
You were born with prosperity consciousness and likely got it programmed out of you by the government, organized religion and the data-sphere. They likely made you believe that you are not yet worthy of prosperity or don't yet deserve it. That is a lie.
You are worthy and deserving of prosperity. And the day you recognize that – is the day you will start receiving it.
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