So on the last post we discussed beginning the process of going from victim to vanquisher. And it is a process. That’s because the results you create are determined by your dominant thoughts, and usually transforming those thoughts is a sequence of timing.
All matter is quantified thought - manifested by the thoughts you give precedence to.
Charles Fillmore in his book “Prosperity” tells us that our creator provided for all our needs with substance. This substance is all around us, everywhere on earth, even in the poorest of places. If you wonder how lack and poverty can be so present in a place like South-Central LA, Haiti or Latin America - it is not because substance is not there. It is.
It is up to us to manifest that substance on the physical realm. The way to do that is through IDEAS. I believe that you are never given an idea you can’t manifest. It is a question of faith and belief. When you really believe something is possible, you bend the universe to your will. Your faith allows you to think creatively. Where others see only obstacles and improbability, you see creative solutions, alternatives and options.
God (or the Universe or whatever label you want to use for this) is not punishing you by keeping you broke, sick or in unhealthy relationships. You manifest those things, by the choices you make everyday. When you are willing to let go of the “victim” tag, exercise self-discipline and work toward your goals, amazing things are possible.
If you’d like to explore these ideas further, get a copy of Fillmore’s book. TODAY. Put it next to your bed and read a paragraph every night before you go to sleep, and each morning as soon as you wake up. I also suggest you check out my “Prosperity” audiotape album here. You’ll learn how to apply spiritual laws to create health, wealth, and abundance in your life.
Along they way, you’ll discover that success doesn’t come from having money, or the right education. It comes from believing you’re worthy, and feeding your mind thoughts that support and maintain that belief. Next post, we’ll look more at how you leave victim-hood behind, and choose success.