Your Wish

Your Wish Is Your Command. Yes, YOUR command. If wishes were horses, ride, ride, ride. Whatever your heart desires (to be, do, or have) desires you and is attracted to you in return.

What the bleep do we know? What do the some who may know not want everyone else to know?

Our brains are both transmitters and receivers of vibrational energy frequencies – that pass through all known matter – and cannot be blocked. Whatever frequency we emit, that exact same frequency is drawn to us.

Our minds can choose and transmit the frequencies that we want attracted to us.
We attract what we think about most – intensely, frequently, and consistently.

Everything is energy – vibrating at different frequencies. Nothing can block the frequency transmitted by our brains. It is picked up by other brains and affects physical matter. The Law of Attraction is the most senior and powerful law that supersedes everything else. Vibrations that are the same, attract. Like attracts like.

Similar vibrations always attract. The closer the vibrational match, the stronger the vibrational pull.

The more similar in resonance, the more closely aligned and strongly entrained each will be with the other.

The Law of Attraction is senior law to physical laws (such as gravity). Vibration of different kinds of matter (like gold, silver, iron, books, plants, flowers, food, and water) is constant – unless something acts upon it.

Vibrational frequencies can be effected – by what our own brains transmit. The atomic structure remains the same – but the frequency of vibrational energy can change and be (measurably and interactively) different.

Royal families around the world and the “elite” ultra-wealthy and successful members of secret societies are major users of homeopathy – which is based upon cures having similar vibrational frequencies as symptoms.

Like attracts like; like (neutralizes and) cures like; and like teaches like. The more dilute the more powerful.
So think the rulers of nations and those who own and control monopolies of essentials everyone else needs.

When our attitude is right, facts don’t count. What we think are facts, aren’t; they are mostly just opinions.
Birds of a feather flock together – but opposites can also attract and compliment and change each other.

For things in our lives to change, we have to change things in our lives – including our thinking and actions.

Whatever ours minds can conceive or believe, we can achieve, become, or receive.
But if we think what we’ve always thought, we’ll only get what we’ve always got.

To get more of what we desire, it helps to both appreciate what we already have and to be as teachable as possible – with a curious open receptive mind, an attitude of gratitude, and a focus on bringing out your best.
How teachable we may be changes – over time and in relation to what we desire, learn, practice, and apply.

It is often far less important or useful how much we may “know” or be able to do than how “well” we do.
Practice does not make perfect – but can make more permanent. Repetition is the “mother of mastery”.
Life is a habit. And true mastery is claimed to usually take around 10,000 hours of actual experience.

It’s not what we occasionally see or do that has power, what we are exposed to and practice repeatedly.
We are creatures of habit. Fortunately we can ritualize what we desire to habitualize and automatize.

To be a master (of anything – including ourselves), master the basics and focus on fundamentals.

We don’t know what we don’t know. We also are never really going to “get” it; we’re always still “getting” it.
When we say we “got” it or (already) “know” something, we stop being able to learn, grow, and improve;

If our “cup” is full and our mind closed, it is no longer possible for us to be shown or taught anything new.
To be awake, aware, and enlightened often requires maintaining a beginner’s mind open to learning more.

There is always more to discover and learn – including about ourselves and the people we are around most.
Just as bodies need to be fed, so do minds. Repeated exposure often helps us see new in what seemed old.

New information, skills, and all else we learn or can do goes through 4 well-known stages:

    1. Unconscious Incompetence – We don’t know we don’t know
    2. Conscious Incompetence – We know we don’t know
    3. Conscious Competence – We know we know
    4. Unconscious Competence – We know without thinking about it – “autopilot”

Constantly consider (and rate yourself):

    What is your willingness to learn? (1-10)
    What are you willing to give up (to do this)?
    Are you willing to give up what you love most?

    What is your willingness to accept change? (1-10)
    Are you willing to change how you think, feel, behave?
    Are you willing to do things differently?
    Are you willing to think differently?

    Your ability to learn is the product of multiplying your 2 levels (1-10):
    “I’ll do whatever it takes” = 10 x 10 = 100%
    “I’m not really interested nor ready” = 5 x 5 = 25%

We learn learn best from a combination of both our own experience and observations and those of others.
The ideal people to learn from are those who clearly already know, are, have, or can do what we desire –
with real world results to prove what they share with us actually works for them and is not just theory.

Ideally we can learn in person, but we can also learn from books, tapes, videos, and Internet websites.
Exposure to others with what we desire often increase our desire, and with it our willingness to learn.

We should bless that which we desire – and those who are, do, or have whatever we most aspire.
To appreciate is not merely to thank or admire; it is also to increase what, for us, will most inspire.

Leaders are usually readers. Reading biographies and autobiographies allows us to observe, associate with, and learn from those who have (done) what we desire – even if they are not actually with us (or even alive).

More empowering than having the answer is asking the right questions. Questions determine the answers.
More important than how to do anything is how clear about what we want and how much we desire to get it.
Clarity is power – when it is consistently focused on a goal (we are willing to do whatever it may take).

Most people do not get what they want mainly because they don’t really know what they want. Do you know?
If not actively doing something for it and willing to do whatever else is required, you may not really want it.
The object or goal is always the first thing in front of us: the next step – becoming as teachable as possible.

Associate with others using the knowledge we desire to acquire. Success breeds success and can rub off.
Monkey see, monkey do. Mastery requires repetition. It often helps to observe and copy others doing it.
Innovation and experimentation often leads to improvement – but pioneering also frequently doesn’t pay.

Humans have two ears but only one mouth – and they are meant to be used proportionately.
Instead of saying “I know that” or “I disagree” consider saying “Teach me more (about)…”

Many people fail because they are over-concerned with the how. Action is obviously a key to attraction,
but it is often more what we think, feel, and believe that determines our outcome than just what we do.

Learning and applying techniques and strategies is helpful but it is more important to focus our attention on our thought process and not worry about the how. Why matters more than how. Actions only account for 1% of results. Mindset and focus make up 99% of what is important to achieve (consistent, continuing) success.

Our plans, strategies, techniques, action steps, physical movement, activities, and what we actually do have less effect than the intention and intensity of the vibrational energy of our thoughts, dreams, and feelings.

Mindset trumps skillset. Reaching goals, objectives, dreams, and desires is mainly a function of motivation and attitude, thoughts and emotions, imagination and focused attention, concentration and commitment. Focus on the fundamentals. When the thinking is correct, the how doesn’t matter; it’s all about our thinking.

Love, health, wealth, (blissful) happiness, and any other measure of success is a reflection of our vibration.

Keep asking: How teachable am I? What’s my willingness to learn? How willing am I accept change?

Questions, comments, or observations?

© 2012, Oren Pardes. All rights reserved.

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