How to make the world more perfect than it already is…

Posted: October 2, 2009 by Thrivelearning in Uncategorized
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I was listening to Lester Levenson again  yesterday and, as usual, found myself with my mouth dropped open at times. Just incredible concepts which make complete logical and emotional sense.

One of the more difficult ideas to get your wits around is that it’s already a perfect world. And so all the actions you should be taking are just to make it more perfect.

I was talking with a friend last night who is tied into some of these conspiracy people – who have a complete point on their own. What they’ve discovered about how people are planning to make a complete mess of things can be terribly disheartening. But since we both students of Sedona Method, we saw that this was more a reason to release on all of that.

And it’s probably why I follow politics at all and just tell people that most of the messes around them are due to government scam than anything else. As well, I say that people should simply own themselves.

Because it’s not a question of do you mind how the world around you is set up – but it’s how you are grateful for what you already have and how you plan to improve what is already there.

This, of course, follows along the line of “The Secret” DVD, Wallace Wattles “Science of Getting Rich”, Charles Haanel’s “Master Key System”, Christian Larson’s “Ideal Made Real” and many others. You figure out what you want to achieve, acquire, create – and then simply turn it over to the Universe to have show up, and meanwhile exhibit your gratefulness for all that is already there. And this is usually recommended that you visualize several times each day, as Napoleon Hill recommended, among others.

Now, sure, the purists can point out that you can actually get this all much easier by simply releasing. And as well that this is the route to real freedom – release constantly, and use releasing to get anything you want.

But let’s keep this practical to start with. We want to work with what we have and get better at that.

So your first steps are – as much as “The Secret” teachers seem to be a bit “tetched” on this subject – to figure out what around you in your own world you are grateful for. And then go around and find more things to be grateful for. Sure, most of us will say that the world isn’t a perfect place – yet. But the first attitude is: “but it’s getting there – and I’m doing my part to make it so.”

Earl Nightingale used to talk about the “calm, cheerful, expectant attitude” a person should have to get through life (get a copy of his “Strangest Secret” recording to hear him explain it.) Christian Larson wrote the Optimists’ Creed and said in his best selling “Ideal Made Real” that you should spend some time perfecting your inner world, as that getting your own internal ideal would be the only way to make that ideal show up on the outside.

Larson, as well as Haanel and Levenson and even Napoleon Hill, all recommended that you take some time daily to sit in quietude by yourself. Get a place where you aren’t interrupted. And just consider the perfect world around you as already being there.

Jack Canfield gave these steps in “The Secret”:

“Decide what you want, believe you can have it, believe you deserve it, and believe it’s possible for you.

“And then close your eyes every day for several minutes, visualize having what you already want, and feel the feelings of already having it.

“Come out of that and focus on what you’re grateful for already. And really be, enjoy it.

Then go into your day and release it to the Universe, and trust that the Universe will figure out how to manifest.”

Because, you now see that the world is already perfect around you. All your actions are just to make it more so.

And nothing now has a chance against that bright light you are letting shine from within.

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