Access for Excess

Access your inner potential to achieve the excess you want in your life.

We all want a lot more in our life than that we have now like money, happiness, peace, calm, success, relationships… Yes. But what is the action we are taking towards achieving it. Even before that do we even clearly know what we want in our life. Once we know what we want, we need to know what our strengths are. If we know what our strengths are, do we know how to leverage our strengths to achieve what we want. This is when we can figure out what actions we need to take to achieve what we set out to achieve.

So, thinking back, I summarize the three steps required to develop self-awareness. Self-awareness is key in achieving excess in-turn.

1. Have a vision of what you want

2. Know your strengths.

3. Know how to leverage your strengths.

While we work on ourselves, the world starts to work on itself. Isn’t that Law of attraction? Do you still want to be lost in the definition and implementation of Law of Attraction. Or would you simply work on what you want and allow everything else to fall into place?

Reverse Engineer the Law of Attraction

Law of Attraction means “Like attracts Like”. Though this is different from our lessons on magnetism “Like poles repel each other”.

Law of Attraction says that “you attract into life whatever you think about”, as Steve Pavlina says.

Normally, when you want something to manifest into your life. You use the Law of Attraction – you use affirmations(there are various ways of affirmations again). Here, you are venturing to change your inner self so that outer world manifests the same experience.

From my personal experience, I have found that the vice-versa also works. That is I forcefully create some external experiences. Do this again and again consistently. And the subconscious mind gets the message. Thus changing our inner self or beliefs in ourselves. This is what I call as Reverse Engineering the Law of Attraction.

I would love to hear your feedback on this.

Time is money, Money is bad. OR is it?

We are taught from childhood, that “time is money”.

But I always wonder “Everyone has the same 24 hours in a day. If time is money, then, how a few people earn a meager amount and some in millions/billions”.

The sooner we get rid of our belief that “time is money”, and acquire time management and Goal achievement skills, the better for us.

How about the belief “Money is bad”. Then why do we all want money. Why wanting money should be a secret? Why cant it be just another goal? Money cant be bad if we are not hurting anyone or cheating anyone?

What other beliefs have we ingrained about money in our belief systems? We need to identify all the beliefs. Work through each one of them, if we want to flow freely with our goals of acquiring more money.