You get him up to a point where he can undo or redo his postulates on his own decision. …

“He now has the power to postulate. And woe betide the enemies this person has, because if—if this postulatingness continued on downscale below the level where it actually lives, it would just be the saddest, sorriest world you ever heard of if people at 1.5 could postulate and make it stick. And they can’t. Or if people at Boredom could make their postulates stick; they can’t.

“They can make their postulates stick only above the point where they always keep a bargain. Isn’t that an interesting commentary on Man?”

 

 

 

Many of my clients have spoken to me about our recent royal wedding, which was truly a lovely affair. We Brits tend to be very protective over Harry and are thrilled with his new wife. I wish them both much happiness in their new life together. What a tremendous change Meghan Markle, now the Duchess of Sussex, has gone through in the past year, and I’m sure that is just the beginning. In the coming weeks, I hope to prepare an astrological peek at their relationship for you, which seems to exude love and happiness. So stay tuned!

For now, I thought I would speak about gratitude and how much our gratitude can directly affect our wealth and happiness. Now that may sound strange, but I’ve seen it time and time again in my work with clients. I have guided many clients whose charts I felt displayed a need for gratitude to bring about positive change in their lives. And I’m happy to say that those who took my advice to heart have reported a positive shift in their lives and a boost in the things they view as good, including increased wealth.

Even financial experts and abundance speakers agree that gratitude is a vital component for increasing wealth and success. This basic premise of gratitude is to acquire a more positive and receptive state of being. Here is how it actually works. Cathrine, you begin by being grateful for the smaller and more immediate things like having a place to live, food to eat, and a car to get around, etc. By placing yourself in a positive frame of mind through gratitude, you open yourself to all the good things the universe has to offer.

That is when you can actually begin to attract good things to you! As you become more comfortable with the positive things that basic gratitude brings, you will likely find yourself feeling grateful for even bigger things like being alive, learning hard lessons, your past mistakes, the freedom to make choices in life, and more. This type of gratitude catapults you even further along the path to a successful and happy life. That’s because you begin to lose your fear of change or loss and you begin to develop a deep appreciation for the exciting adventure that life truly is.

Once you reach the point where you remain in a constant state of gratitude, you will become a magnet that attracts the positive things to you . . . the things that resonate with who you are and what you desire to do with your life.

So, if you are ready to enjoy more happiness and wealth, I challenge you to take some time every day this week to note those things that you are grateful for, from the smallest little gifts to the bigger ones. And may you attract the most wonderful and beneficial things into your life. We all deserve to be the best we can be and to get the most out of our life. I know that is my strongest wish for my clients!

 

“Learning new things won’t help the person who is not using what he already knows.”
An Anonymous Author

Your action for today is to identify one thing you have recently learned and see if you could put the information to use during the next few days.

Have an extraordinary day!

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“You postulate something and see if it works. And if it doesn’t work, you postulate something else.

“Get the psychosis of somebody, though, who postulates that all cats are green and then can’t unpostulate it. Is he in sad shape! He’s in terrible condition if he does that. …

“Never stick yourself with a postulate and then have a feeling like you have to make the postulate good just because you made it. For heaven’s sakes, have enough humility once in a while to say, ‘What do you know, I was wrong!’”

 

“One of the first jobs an auditor should have is just start disconnecting these beams the fellow’s using to handle the body with. Disconnect and throw them away. Because all a fellow has got to do is just tell the body ‘Walk.’

“Now, the funny part of it is, if he’s in real good condition, all he’s got to do is lean on the window ledge and he sees somebody going by on the street and he just impresses it upon them sufficiently that they ought to turn around and go home for their wallet and they will, although they got their wallet in their pocket.

“Well now, how do you do this? By using super lengths of energy? No, by having a sufficiently high level of potential and so forth that just by looking at somebody, you just tune them in, that’s all. It’s again lookingness. It’s a postulate that is so potent in energy that it doesn’t require any energy to kick it through, merely because energy is a measurable manifestation and one of these things isn’t.

“It isn’t a nothingness he’s handling there. It’s real power. That is real power. Energy isn’t power. Energy is when you kind of quit using real power, see, and you started to help it out with sticks and crutches….”

 

“Doubt will take you out of action. Action will take you out of doubt.”
An Anonymous Author

Your action for today is to take action on an investment you have been considering.

Have an extraordinary day!

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