“Death and life are in the power of the tongue, and according to ones love of it he shall enjoy its fruit”  Proverbs 18:21

I would be interested in hearing what it is that motivates you. You can leave comments to this page. In ‘The Seminar’, the host explains that motivation can be a uniquely individual force. Since we are all different, pertaining to motivation, what motivates some of us can demotivate others. How you perceive of yourself is reflected in what you might say about yourself. Your perception of what you are is a factor to what motivates you. Alcoholics are motivated to do drink alcohol. Drug addicts are motivated to do drugs. All too often we manifest our lives taking little if any time to consider the repercussions or the fallout. The cumulative effects are not considered when we create by, first: A thought.

then: Our speech.

and finally before this last resort and chance to retract: Our actions, the having.

Thoughts are a precious gift. They can encompass a full spectrum where there may be no good or bad. What we have to say about our thoughts becomes far more powerful. The spoken word can propel an action. The actions reach a state that usually cannot be turned back. Now, how can we use these basic laws of manifestation to benefit ourselves?

There is an old adage that if you think good it will be good. Don’t take that lightly! Controlling your thoughts with positive affirmations and then speaking of them, will lead you to positive actions. Yes, you can play a role in your destiny by thinking, speaking, but what about having? You could take responsibility for your actions and be prepared for the action and having it, beforehand.

First thing in the morning, think about what you want to do this day. Say it and write it down. Do the same before retiring at night. Reflect on your day and make it a better tomorrow. Be well and see you soon, Reuven