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What we think, we become...

We are put on this lifetime for a reason. If the timing is right, when what we have planned before we were born was rightly executed, the right books, the right people, and the right conditioning will be presented before you. The universe listens; the answer will come once you are ready.

I have learned from the Tarot that a person's mindset and planning eventually shapes his future. I might be loosing my mind, but you can tell by the spread of the tarot cards if a person does not know what he/she wants. I learned that we can shape the future with our thoughts. A person's card spread will vary; it depends on the choices she makes. There is no definite future, there are many eventualities, and what we put our mind into, will eventually manifest.

Be specific with what you like to achieve. So, if you want to lose weight, don't just say, you want to lose weight. Have a power goal, say; I want to reach 140 pounds (yes, that's my ideal weight, and yes, I think my bones weigh a lot... wehehehe). Or I want to gain 10 pounds (yes, there are people who want to gain weight). Then, set a time line, in one month, I should gain 10 pounds.

In terms of financial management, court wealth. Have a goal, an amount you like have at your disposal to enjoy life or to help people. For example, say I want to have 1 million by the time I reach the age of 35. Is it too ambitious? Yes, but what am I to lose if I set such a gargantuan goal? Ambition and patience give a little "ummpph" to life. But of course, with the goals, there should be realistic steps you have to set and follow.

I don't know but I underestimated the power of the mind and visualization before. But past is past... I got sidetracked I guess. So, moving forward (my favorite company phrase), goal setting can be addicting and it's fun! I am loving creating lists, oh my, I must be getting old. It's really not what the goal is, it's what the goal does... AMEN!


what do i want to have by age 35...

more shoes. forget boys, shoes are better accessories. less complicated, feels better, don't talk back.
Neth said…
hahahaha... that's cool ;) one word.. IMELDIFIC! (tama ba spelling?).... what about boys who don't talk back? oh diba? andyan yan sa tabi-tabi ;)

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