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Supraconscious Mind (January Issue)

Happy New Year to EVERYONE! How are you and your SUPRACONSCIOUS MIND doing? I know it is that time of the year to where we reflect on the past year and start fresh with new...
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Happy New Year to EVERYONE! 

 

How are you and your SUPRACONSCIOUS MIND doing?

 

I know it is that time of the year to where we reflect on the past year and start fresh with new goals/intentions, for the upcoming year.

 According to Wikipedia Encyclopedia, a New Year's Resolution is a commitment that an individual makes to a project or a habit, often a lifestyle change that is generally interpreted as advantageous. The name comes from the fact that these commitments normally go into effect on New Year's Day and remain until fulfilled.  

As I thought about this time of the year and what I wanted to say in this article, this quote popped into my mind:

 For as he thinketh in his heart, so is he: Eat and drink, saith he to thee; but his heart is not with thee (Proverbs 23:7 King James Bible). 

Wow!

 

What a powerful quote in my opinion!

 

Whatever we are thinking in our heart is who we are if our HEART is truly in what we are thinking!

 

There ARE times when I THINK I truly want something, yet my HEART is not really in it!

 

Could that possible be one of the reasons why we give up on our New Years resolutions so quickly?

 

For me, I continue to learn that I have to get real with myself and see what I truly intend to experience in this life so that I will not give up so easily and I will ACTUALLY accomplish what I intend to enjoy at that stage of my life. 

 

I continue to call it using my supraconscious mind (higher self, life, God) to assist me to look “inside myself” to see what I really want.

 

I will often give personal examples to let you know I am practicing what I preach concerning the power of our supraconscious mind.

 

Below is one of those stories.

  

When I lived in Miami Beach Florida, I bought my dream car (a Jeep Cherokee), three months after I moved there.  Three years later, on Valentines Day, I was in a horrible accident and totaled it.  I was without a vehicle (I rented cars on occasion) for six months. 

 

I moved to Fernley, Nevada which is thirty minutes from Reno to help close friends open their insurance business.  I knew I needed to buy another vehicle, yet because I was upside down on my jeep Cherokee, I still owed a couple of thousand of dollars on it.

 

It was imperative that I bought a vehicle that was inexpensive.  I found a 1997 Mercury Tracer that had only 40,000 miles on it.  It drove great for three years and four months.

 

Before I go on, I must say that I have always loved nice cars (subconsciously). 

 

So, I knew sooner or later, I would have to buy me a better looking vehicle, plus it would have to top my Jeep Cherokee.

 

In August of 2007, I made an intention (conscious mind) to buy myself an Audi TT before January 1, 2008. 

 

Yet, to be 100 percent transparent, financially, I did not know how this would happen.

 

 Remember, I made a career change a year and six months ago and decided to work for myself as an independent contractor as I pursued my intention of becoming an Author and Speaker.

 

About a month ago, my service engine light came on for the first time since buying my Mercury Tracer.

 

I was puzzled because I faithfully got the oil changed.

 

I was told that I needed new spark plugs and wires. I got them.

 

The car ran well for about a week and the service engine light came on again.

 

I was told that the timing belt had gone out when I broke down completely at Wal-Mart. 

 

I had to get the car towed to a referred mechanic.

 

My Mercury Tracer went from needing spark plugs, to needing a new timing belt, to finally a BLOWN ENGINE!

 

I was in disbelief, yet I trusted what this mechanic said because of his reputation of being fair and honest.

 

Yet, for the life of me, I still cannot understand how the engine blew.

Nevertheless, the mechanic told me he could put a new engine in my vehicle if that was what I wanted.

 

I could not make any decisions then, the only thing that was on my mind was facing the reality that I no longer had a running vehicle.

 

After thinking about things for a day, I decided to kiss my Mercury Tracer good-bye and buy a new vehicle.

 

It was all or nothing for me and I was going for the gusto (Audi TT or Porsche)!

 

I did my research and learned very quickly that when you work for yourself, things could become interesting when you want to buy things on credit.  I started getting SCARED (subconscious mind)!

 

Yet, I kept MOVING FORWARD and knew I would allow my supraconscious mind (The Divine) to assist me with this.  I intended for this process to be easy and for the dealer to treat me like royalty.

 

My intention was to walk into the dealership and pay nothing down on a great pre-owned Audi or Porsche.

 

Needless to say, that is exactly what happened, and I now drive an Audi TT Roadster convertible that only has 30,000 miles on it.

 

I dealt with a salesman who I knew 100 percent went above and beyond duty to get me to sign my name on the dotted line.

 

The moral of this story is, I tapped into myself (supraconscious mind) to see what vehicle I wanted next.

 

A few months later, it all of a sudden came to me, that I wanted this new vehicle by January of 2008 (conscious mind).

 

Yes, I made this conscious decision, yet it took my Mercury Tracer breaking down, for me to go ahead and GET WHAT I REALLY WANTED!!!!!!

 

I got my new vehicle nine days before January 1, 2008.

 

My next vehicle will be a PORSCHE!!!!!!!!

  Resource Box 

Why is it that one person uses their mind to create the exact life they want?

 

 Yet, another person feels as if their life is a disaster?  “Supraconscious Mind Use It To Move Forward With Your Life!”

 

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