Mindset Mastery 80 – All Things Possible

Mindset Mastery eBookThrough the power of thought and trained auto-suggestion, all things are possible. Understanding this is important, because the thoughts that you mold in your mind will determine whether your possibilities are good or bad.

All The Forces Of Nature

The universe is a great cosmic mass of eternal forces of vibration. It is made up of both destructive vibrations and constructive vibrations. It carries, at all times, vibrations of fear, poverty, disease, failure, and misery; it also carries vibrations of prosperity, health, success, and happiness, in much the same way that it carries the sound of music and voice over radio waves.

From the great storehouse of the universe, the human mind is constantly attracting vibrations which are in harmony with the thoughts that dominate the individual human mind. Any thought, idea, plan, or purpose a person holds in their mind attracts a host of its relatives, adds these “relatives” to its own force, and grows until it becomes the dominating, motivating master of the individual in whose mind it has been housed.

Planting The Right Seeds

Now, let’s go back to the starting point, and learn just how the original seed of an idea, plan, or purpose comes to be planted in the mind. The information is easily conveyed: any idea, plan, or purpose can easily be rooted in the mind through repetition of thought. This is why in the six steps you were asked to write out your statement of purpose, or Definite Chief Aim, commit it to memory, and repeat it day after day, until these words, these ‘vibrations’ have reached your subconscious mind.

We are what we are because of the thoughts we pick up and register; the thoughts that reach us correspond directly to our daily environment and the stimuli that surround us.

Growing Order

Resolve to rid yourself of the influences of an unfortunate environment and to build order into your life. When you take inventory of mental assets and liabilities, you will quickly discover that your greatest weakness is lack of self-confidence. This handicap can be surmounted; hesitation and reluctance can be translated into courage by exercising the principle of autosuggestion. This principle can be applied simply by putting positive thought impulses down in writing, memorizing them, and repeating them, until they become a part of the working equipment of your mind’s subconscious.

Build Useful Mechanisms

Your thoughts are the mechanisms that will drive the outcome of your life. Now that you understand that to be true, you can start working to build the mechanisms of positivity and success. Start today to weed out the seeds of negativity, fear, hesitation, and failure, and replace them instead with those seeds of thought that will attract the most useful and productive results to you.

Sean Rasmussen
Success Communicator
SeanRasmussen.com © 2004 – 2009

About Sean Rasmussen

Sean Rasmussen is a passionate blogger and has been a full time internet marketer since 2005. When he's not with his family, or dog Buddy, Sean is usually blogging or doing something related to the internet.

Comments

  1. Terrific Sean.

    I know, reading this that it is gold!

    Instead of the junk that is on TV, your material should be being presented!

    Kudos to Sean

    Turbo Toms last blog post..Mindset Mastery 80 – All Things Possible

  2. Richard Colum says:

    Through the power of thought and trained auto-suggestion, all things are possible. Understanding this is important,

  3. So true, when we looks at what is possible and focus on the way forward I like your analogy with seeds

    Suzie Cheels last blog post..Law of Attraction Insight #2: Words Send Vibrations

  4. Jazz Salinger says:

    Hi Sean,

    I have to agree that a lack of self confidence has been one of my greatest challenges. Even though there was a big part of me that believed I could achieve my goals; fear, self doubt and lack of self confidence seemed to overwhelm me. These negative emotions just seemed to creep in and take over. Sometimes I could dispel them but most of the time I couldn’t.

    Now I clearly understand exactly how powerful my thoughts are and what they’re capable of; I’ve worked a lot harder at directing my mind to what I want to achieve.

  5. I guess most of us have heard negative statements about ourselves, especially when we were young (“you are stupid”, “can’t you do anything right” etc) from our family and friends. These seeds have grown to undermine our self confidence, which is hard.

    But we have the antidote – plant positive beliefs, feel the emotion and they will grow at least as big, if you take care of them much bigger.
    I am watering my self-confidence tree every day. Also thanks to your blog 🙂
    .-= Renee´s last blog ..Secrets Of The Millionaire Mind =-.

    • Hi Renee,

      Yes, I think most of us have heard too many of these kinds of things growing up. I think the important thing to remember is that this can’t hurt us unless we allow it to. It takes work but we can rid ourselves of the effects of this type of thing.

      The past was an experience; good or bad, and now it’s over. We don’t have to bring it with us into the future. We get to choose everyday what we want for ourselves.
      .-= Jazz Salinger´s last blog ..Sean Rasmussen – Aussie Internet Marketer Making a Difference =-.

  6. “Weed out the seeds of negativity, fear, hesitation, and failure”. Nicely said.

    I spent 2 months on an organic vegetable farm in Japan in 2008 and I just loved working on the land. We planted, sowed, harvested and ate the fruits of our labour. There’s nothing like explaining this stuff using nature, because that’s all everything is anyway.
    .-= Lina Nguyen´s last blog ..Richard Branson Business School: A day visit =-.

  7. I am quite at home with the usage of nature as metaphor – I have used it most of my life. The richness, and the bounty available is just so huge. Weeding our minds is actually easy when we pay attention to it. Have you noticed how some of the long -standing ones take a season or two to remove. Diligence is all it takes. Know for sure you won’t rest till the job’s done, while being content for daily achievements, and our crop will grow. As Sean says, just remember to choose our plants with care.

    • Hi Jo,

      Very well said. I’m always planting thoughts of success in my mind but it feels like the weeding is never done. I have to be constantly on guard because some of those negative seeds are very sneaky.

      They always seem to show up when I’m tired and busy. Then, if I don’t remove them immediately, they can really get a foothold. Still, my healthy crop of success and wealth thoughts is growing larger every day.
      .-= Jazz Salinger´s last blog ..Finding Your Passion =-.

  8. There is a self confidence that is independent of environment. This is easy to ameliorate. Then there is self confidence that is context related. It depends upon what we are doing. This is also affected by the same processes as the first, we use appropriate tools while either visualizing or being physically in the environmental context. The latter context may require repetition before gaining that level of confidence called ‘unconscious competence’.
    .-= Wal Heinrich´s last blog ..Think And Grow Rich Mindset Mastery =-.

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