Daily Dose for the Soul

You, your body, and your ego, do not intend, do not create, do not animate anything into life. Set your ego aside. By all means, have an aim in life and be full of determination, but rid yourself of the illusion that you’re the one who’s going to manifest your heart’s desire through your will. It’s your imagination that I want you to focus on throughout the reading of this book, and view all of your determined goals and activities as functions of your imagination working, guiding, encouraging, and even pushing you in the direction that intention had for you while you were still an unmanifested state. You’re looking for a vibrational match up of your imagination and the Source of all Creation.

Your imagination allows you the fabulous luxury of thinking from the end. There’s no stopping anyone who can think from the end. You create the means and surmount limitations in connection with your desires. In imagination, dwell on the end, fully confident that it’s there in the material world and that you can use the ingredients of the all-creative Source to make it tangible. Since the Source of everything proceeds with grace, and its alluring seven faces, then you too shall use this method and only this method, to co-create all that you were intended to be. Become indifferent to doubt and to the call of your will. Remain confident that through continued reliance on your imagination, your assumptions are materialising into reality. Reconnecting to intention involves expressing the same seven faces that the all-creating Source uses to bring the unmanifest into the manifest. If imagination works for God, then surely it works for you, too. Through imagination, God imagines everything into reality. This is your new strategy as well.

Reference : The Power of Intention. Dr. Wayne W. Dyer.

13 Comments Add yours

    1. GS says:

      Glad you agree. How exciting it is to think from the end.

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      1. Durkwa says:

        That’s a powerful idea. Pls what’s the name of the book or where did such idea came from.

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      2. GS says:

        Read any book by Neville Goddard. He is very good.

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  1. Humbling ourselves at appropriate moments removes the stumbling words and actions, which radiate from our pride.

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    1. GS says:

      Beautiful line and so true. Humble people handle stress more effectively and report higher levels of physical and mental well-being. They also show greater generosity, helpfulness, and gratitude—all things that can only serve to draw us closer to others. Thank you for sharing your thoughts today.

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  2. Durkwa says:

    Woman, You have made my day. Thank you GS.

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    1. GS says:

      Haha glad I could help Durkwa. Another thought for you, Meditation helps us in living in the present while thinking of future. On average, we think 60,000 thoughts a day; this in and of itself can pose some serious challenges. Unless you are the Dali Lama, being mindful of every thought is near impossible. That’s where meditation comes in. To manifest effortlessly, you actually have to stop thinking.

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  3. Durkwa says:

    That’s some serious food for thought on meditation and mindfulness. I appreciate your wisdom.

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    1. GS says:

      The time between thoughts gradually increases as you meditate which invites the opportunity for you to consider your thoughts more carefully and, perhaps, rationally. The physical benefits of meditation include decreased blood pressure and lower levels of anxiety, as well as an overall healthier immune system.

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  4. Durkwa says:

    Doctor, I honor your wisdom. 😁

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    1. GS says:

      Thank you Durkwa.

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