Manifest A Miracle – Law Of Attraction System

By Yudi Yamansyah in Abundance, Attention, attitude, law of attraction, Manifesting Dreams, Prosperity, Success on December 8th, 2014 /  No Comments »

Do you once in a while watch your psyche? In the antiquated Vedic scripture Bhagavad-Gita, Krishna says to Arjuna “One must convey himself with the assistance of his psyche, and not debase himself. The psyche is the companion of the adapted soul, and his foe too. For him who has vanquished the psyche, the brain is the best of companions; yet for one who has neglected to do along these lines, his brain will remain the best adversary.”

When you begin watching your brain first thing you may perceive is that you don’t control it. How frequentlyyou have perused something, in some cases actually attempting to truly focus on the subject, yet then you discovered yourself considering something totally diverse in the meantime?

You can watch your brain, on the grounds that you are not your psyche, as you are not your body (This article is not about “You are not your body” subject. I composed all the more about it in “Prologue to Manifestation”)

To show what you need you have to control your brain. You have to think, reflect and envision frequently. You have to concentrate on the things you need to show. In the event that you permit your psyche to hop uninhibitedly starting with one subject then onto the next, in the same way as a monkey from tree to tree, it will take you long time to accomplish your objectives.

One part of this is imperativeness of living in the NOW. You can recognize that we frequently consider the past, and when we contemplate the past we have a tendency to ponder “old great times”. There are not “old great times”. We essentially disregard awful times and ponder great times basically, in light of the fact that it permits us to escape from the present reality and live in cheerful deception.

The fact of the matter is that the past, upbeat or dismal is dead. We can’t transform it. It additionally doesn’t have any quality for our showing purposes. Obviously we can assuredly gain from our past slip-ups, yet that is it, overall failing to move on is simply an exercise in futility.

On the off chance that we don’t contemplate the past we typically ponder what’s to come. Regularly we are anxious about the future, once in a while we take a gander at the future with trust. However what’s to come is made in the present. We have to begin living in the present and focus on the present. We have to be cheerful now.

On the off chance that we are upbeat now, we assemble our content future. In view of that it is imperative to progressively control the brain and to live in the now; attempt to be content now.

We can undoubtedly alter our opinion’s states. We can hear some out great music which we like, we can ponder somebody we love or we can take a gander at something wonderful. Whatever helps you to feel glad, and the most imperative we can picture the things we need later on as officially accomplished.

A decent approach to get in the great disposition is to do some basic yogic breathing activities, which rapidly help to accomplish peace and control of the brain.

An alternate decent route is to practice appreciation for the things you have and the things you might want to have. You can’t feel troubled when you feel appreciative.

There are numerous diverse techniques, however to begin showing the things you need effortlessly and rapidly its great to discover a decent tutor or course, and take after the directions. Perusing about appearance, the law of fascination and self change is constantly great, yet the best is to make a move and apply what you have realized.


Perfectionism: Can Toxic Shame Cause Perfectionism?

By Oliver JR Cooper in Affirmation, anxiety, Attention, attitude, Awareness on December 1st, 2014 /  No Comments »

There are things that are around today that are seen as being perfect but as time passes, they will be seen as imperfect. And this is how life has always been and something that will continue to take place.

What this shows is how life doesn’t stand still and that there is always something new or different waiting to be revealed. When something is new or different, it could be seen as better and as the next step.

But while this can be the case, if it wasn’t for what took place before the ‘next step’ arrived, it wouldn’t be able to appear. This shows that it’s not that the previous step or the creation is imperfect; it is that it was just another step.

A Label

To say that something is perfect or imperfect is simply a label that human beings use to describe things that don’t match up to a certain requirement. If something was created and didn’t need to be altered or changed, then it would be perfect.

But in reality, this is not how it works; that is unless one is referring to nature. A tree for instance is not seen as imperfect, it is accepted for what it is. It is also likely that the tree doesn’t think about how it needs to change or to be something else – it is able to just be.

The Best Version

So when something is put together, it is often the best possible version based on what the people know who have put it together. And as time goes by they will see things differently and gain a new understanding; as a result of this, what they have created externally will change.

The alternative would be to do nothing and to wait until everything is ‘perfect’. However, if they were to do this, they would never do anything and there would be no progress. Not only does this apply to organisations or companies, it also applies to individuals.

A Process

What this comes down to is how life is a process and not something that comes to an end once something has taken place (that is unless the world was to come to an end, but then there might be something else). This means that once something has been created it won’t be long until it will need to be altered in some way or completely changed.

With this in mind, perfection is nothing more than an illusion and has no basis in reality. Once something has been created, it will soon be replaced by something else and this is how life works. In each moment, one is doing the best they can with what they know.


When one realises that perfection doesn’t exist they are not going to feel the need to get everything right. This will allow them to work hard at something and to try new things without setting themselves up to suffer unnecessarily.

If something does go wrong, it will be seen as something they need to work on and that it’s not the end of the world. But if one believes that they need to get everything right, when someone does go wrong it could be taken to heart.


So the first person realises that they will make mistakes and that not everything will go to plan. This is something they are able to accept as they dont feel the need to be perfect. They are only human after all and this means they are not perfect.

When it comes to the person who believes they need to get everything right, they will not want to make mistakes. To do so will be a sign that they are not perfect and in their model of the world being perfect is the only option


They will feel the need to be perfect and to get everything right. This is going to stop them from taking action and if they do make a mistake, they could end up hiding it from others. One way this can take place is through procrastination and while one won’t be able to move forward, they will be able to avoid feeling ‘imperfect’ for a short while.

Even though being perfect is an illusion, they are likely to see some people as being perfect and as having it all together. And this can then cause one to feel even worse and increase their need to be perfect. One could also become a workaholic in order to match up to others and to stop people from noticing their ‘flaws’.

Two Choices

When it comes to people who feel the need to be perfect, they will either have to face up to the fact that they are imperfect or they can do everything they can to be perfect. Whereas, when it comes to the people who don’t feel the need to be perfect, they are not going to experience life in this way.

They are simply human and the need to get everything right or to always look right is not going to enter their mind. So if one feels the need to be perfect it shows that they feel flawed and being perfect is the only way for them to change how they feel about themselves.

Toxic Shame

The reason one views themselves as flawed can be a sign that they are carrying toxic shame. There is healthy shame and this is part of having a conscience, and then there is toxic shame and this causes one to feel less-than human.

One doesn’t just feel bad, they are bad and it is who they are. And as they feel flawed, it can cause them to do everything they can to come across as being the opposite of how they feel. To them, it is only possible for them to feel less-than others or to do everything they can to come across as being more-than others.


Toxic shame can be the result of childhood abuse and this can be verbal, physical, emotional and/or sexual. And even though the years have passed, the emotional experiences of the past will have remained in their body.

So these will need to be faced and released and this takes place, one will begin to feel human once more or perhaps for the first time. The assistance of a therapist or a healer may be required.


Self Compassion Is Very Important

By Smith Baker in Abundance, anxiety, Attention, attitude, Awareness, Prosperity, Stress Reduction, Success on November 28th, 2014 /  No Comments »

Do you ever feel that you are unworthy of love or compassion? You do not need to get your degree, be less angry or lose weight to deserve love. In fact, you as yourself are a person worthy of praise and compassion and need to be loved. You are only going through a phase of low self-compassion. This is not exactly a psychological disease; but every person may get such a feeling once every while. In order to revert to your normal self; follow these steps:

Surprise Yourself To Find Out That You Are Actually Wonderful

We act in our own particular skin every day. Try to step out of it now. We have no idea how other people perceive us and hence, your personality does not and should not depend on other people’s opinions.  Remember that you can always change your personality. Ask your closest friends and family to write down what they like about you. Remember that you do have traits and characteristics that inspire others.

Think Over Your Life In The Past And The Present

You once used to be an innocent child, free of burdens or the concept of mistakes or guilt. The world used to be free of worries and stress. Take out your old pictures and trip through your past. Pick three to four random ages through your past, for example 5, 12 and 18 and try to remember the old times. Know that you are still the same person and deserve the same amount of acceptance, peace and love as you did then.

Re-Visit The Life-Changing Events Of Your Life

Take out time to remember all the suffering and troubles that you have experienced throughout your life. Try to remember the toughest ones. These triumphs are actually glories that fade away with time, teaching you a lot in life. You felt sad at that moment, however, now when you look at the past, you can see how those events actually transformed you into what you are today.

Change Your Perspective

We all experience that voice in our heads that lets us down. It makes us experience cruelty from our own mind. Make that voice go 180 degree for once. Instead of pushing these feelings away, try to look at their positive side. If you are shy and uncomfortable in larger companies, you are probably an introvert. Your mind is built to make you a thinker and thought leader. You have empathy at the maximum and therefore, at times, you might think that you are not confident enough and that the social lives of others are better than yours. Look at the flip side and see that those people have troubles of their own, the ones that enjoy huge companies. They feel the same amount of sorrow when they are alone; they cannot bear the thought of being alone.


Why you should never compare yourself with others

By Dean Harpar in Attention, attitude, Awareness, Beliefs, Happiness, Stress Reduction, Success on November 24th, 2014 /  No Comments »

Comparing yourself with others is no doubt the most corrupting habit that you can adopt. It is however, easy to compare yourself with others to know where you stand, but comparing yourself with others and learning from others are two different ways to look at it. Comparing yourself with other people’s success and happiness will only make you jealous and nervous at times. Following are some very convincing reasons to stop comparing yourself with others:

1. If you are lacking, you are probably setting yourself up for failure

If you continuously judge your achievements against other people, you are highly likely looking at people more successful than you are. Doing so will only lead to lower self-esteem and in every aspect, there is going to be at least someone performing better than you are. You can never be a perfectionist at everything. This can hence, lead to a downward graph because of giving up on your goals because you are not doing as good as the others.

2. You might be ignoring on areas of improvement

If you are comparing yourself to lower-performing people, that is in no way going to help you either. While it may boost your self-esteem like anything, you might even become egotistical. It is something very commonly seen among videogame players. Once a person has a high score, the player might start to underestimate the opponents. In addition, these people stop taking any bad comments on their playing methods, and in order to improve, you do need to take critique. Hence, by comparing with these people, you might stop considering critique and therefore block your path to any improvement.

3. Comparisons only consider a single aspect

Eventually, comparisons don’t consider the many differences that you have between yourself and the subject. Firstly, you see another person mostly for his/her success traits; this makes you overlook all the other aspects of his/her life. However, being good at one thing often makes you ignore the other aspects of life. Hence, if a person is really good at number crunching and finance, he/she might have a really bad love life. Hence, when you do compare yourself to another person, do look to see the opportunity costs that the subject is overlooking.

4. True measurement of success

In the end, success is not about someone else’s life or their benchmarks. It is all about what you want to achieve. Hence, do look at how the others are performing, but in the end form your own benchmarks andcheckpoints. Try to work hard on your level best and try to keep the opportunity costs that you can overlook conveniently.