Posts Tagged ‘manifesting’

Living the Law of Attraction in the Real World Part 2

posted by Antonio Thornton @ 8:41 PM
Thursday, June 4, 2009

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Picking up where I left off in the last post.

My conversation with this young lady turned into a whole new conversation when I pointed out that she was getting so upset about something that she had a significant level of attachment to. A significant level of what I’d like to call ‘significance’ which is the weight or importance that you put on something that can easily be causing that level of frustration.

What I was explaining to her is this:

Living The Law Of Attraction: Manifesting A MacBook Pro

posted by Antonio Thornton @ 9:21 PM
Thursday, April 16, 2009

Okay, so a lot of people have been asking me why I have a Mac emblem on the back of my Dell computer. Well, there’s a couple of reasons:

One is that I want a Mac.

Sorry PC guys….I’m going over to the other side. I’ve been getting so frustrated with

The Secret Scam

posted by Antonio Thornton @ 6:18 PM
Thursday, March 15, 2007

Apparently, there are a few people exploiting the success of The Secret by scamming people with non-existing programs and some type of ponzi scheme. I’ve just gotten notice of this, so I don’t know all the details now. As I get more information, I’ll let you know.

Please don’t get this confused with the

Imagine the following scenario: A woman buys her lunch every day from a fast food outlet near her job. After some years, she finds herself 30 pounds overweight, and feeling unhealthy and lethargic. So what does she do? She chooses to bring a lawsuit against the fast food outlet, claiming that the food served there was the cause of her being overweight and in poor health.

Sounds ridiculous, doesn’t it? The only thing more absurd than the story itself is the fact that it is not fiction. There are people who have sued fast food chains for causing their weight problems.

This is an example of one of the ways in which many of us spend enormous amounts of energy trying to deny the undeniable and universal fact that we are all ultimately responsible for our own choices and our own lives.

How much easier would we make it for ourselves if we could accept this fact rather than resist it? But how can we embrace the truth: that we are living the lives we choose to live, that we are enjoying or suffering the consequences of our own choices, and that blaming others for our problems and shortcomings is nothing more than a comfortable fantasy?

We must acknowledge the truth of our lives, however unpleasant this may be. If we are overweight, in a bad relationship, in a dead-end job, we need to accept that this is where we are, at this moment in time.

If we don’t accept the truth of our situation, it will be impossible to figure out how we arrived in this place where we do not want to be. And there is usually only one reason: We made choices, and these choices were based on our thought patterns at the time that we made them.

The good news is that our thinking and our choices are changeable. Nothing is set in stone! There is time to right the wrongs.

We have a responsibility to ourselves and to the world to stop blaming those around us and start looking inside ourselves for the answers. Yet changing our thinking is only the first step.

Once we have mastered the art of positive, creative consciousness, we have the ability to make choices and choose actions that will enhance our lives and bring us closer to our purpose and destiny.

Imagine that a woman decided that she was unhappy with the extra pounds she’d gained after many years of eating fast food on a regular basis. Imagine that this woman took the time to really understand and accept that she – and no one else – was responsible for her eating choices. Having acknowledged this fact, she then decides to make the changes in her lifestyle to become the healthier, slimmer person she wants to be.

Instead of looking to blame someone or something else, she’s now chosen to make the changes necessary in her thoughts and actions to create the life they want.

It is not an easy road, but it is the only worthwhile path to take. Personal growth depends on taking responsibility for your life, no matter how good (or bad) it may seem.

Double A Dollar Update: Week 5 (late)

posted by Antonio Thornton @ 2:04 PM
Tuesday, February 13, 2007

Hi Everyone…

I’m late on my update for the double a dollar a week. It’s been a little hectic.

This week I didn’t do as well as last week, but I did exceed my target of $16. I made $33 this week! This is getting exiting.

Next week my goal is $32.

We’ll see how I do…

Talk soon.

Law Of Attraction: Poverty Mentality

posted by Antonio Thornton @ 3:09 PM
Friday, January 26, 2007

You heard me mention the “poverty mentality” in the Shift Happens blog post – how the guy from Dell was trying to make me “poor” by repeatedly downgrading what I actually wanted to order because it would be too expensive to get the top of the line items.Well that makes me want to talk about the whole poverty mentality thing. Poverty mentality is a state of mind. Many people have this mindset, and it

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