With another new year, many people will be setting new goals and objectives. If we stick to our newly made plan to focus our efforts, we should, hopefully, achieve success and a better future. However, we’re going to let you know about an easy and reliable way to predict your future.
If you want to predict your future and know what is in store for you, analyze your thoughts. What do you tend to think about? What consumes most of your thoughts? What do you expect and believe will happen? What do you believe you can cause to happen?
Why are these things important and how do they influence our future? It is our present thoughts that have a great influence on our future. Don’t misunderstand me. I’m not implying if you think real hard and even visualize about winning the Powerball lottery, it will happen.
However, if our thoughts are primarily negative, few positive outcomes will occur. If we expect to fail, fail we will. If we don’t believe we desire success, we won’t be successful. You see, our subconscious is our greatest ally. It will do what it needs to do to create a reality that confirms our thoughts. It will direct our actions to help us achieve what we think about.
On the other hand, if we are optimistic and most of our thoughts are positive, good things tend to happen most of the time. If we think about how good it will feel when we achieve what we truly want, chances are very good we will succeed. Our subconscious, being a natural ally, will help us do what we need to do to make our life match the picture we have of ourselves. So…although we can’t always control what happens in the outside world, we can control, to a great extent, our inner world which is made of our thoughts and behaviors.
No matter what you truly believe, when we focus our thoughts, we unleash tremendous energy working to achieve what we think about. When we choose to respond in positive and productive ways, it is relatively easy to predict or influence a positive, productive future. A future that we can essentially predict on a day-to-day basis.
Think about it…