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Think About It And Your Dreams Come True - The Science Of Getting Rich

By Antje Govers

For a while now, I have been reading about three hours a day. I love to read. I like to understand and analyze the books I read. I've always loved to write, too. I have written poems, songs, stories, games, comic strips (two published in "La Opinion," a newspaper in Los Angeles, and in another two newspapers in California) and more - most are written in Spanish.I didn't read too much until about five years ago. I know, most of the people say, "to be a good writer, you need to be a good reader first"... and I'm sure that is true, but I believe in myself and I have so much passion to write. I just do what I love to do and I always do my best in everything.

When I read a self-help book, I write down notes about it and I practice what the author writes about. I'm a very passionate learner. I always learn something from the books I read. The last book I read is "The Science of Getting Rich" by Wallace D. Wattles. It is one of the most wonderful books I have ever read. Everybody in the world can learn something good from this book.Here are some of my notes about the message of this book: "Impress images to your thoughts, add faith and purpose and CAUSE the thing you think to be created, to be REAL, and don't forget gratitude!" "By thought, the thing you want is brought to you. By the right action -right NOW-, you receive it."

On that card write down "one single goal", it can be a new job, new skill, better relationship, or anything that you want to achieve. Also write down on that index card, an excerpt from "The Sermon on the Mount" where we find these beautiful words: "Ask, and it shall be,given you: seek, and ye shall find;knock, and it shall be,opened unto you: For every one that,asketh receiveth; and he that seeketh findeth: and to him that,knocketh it shall be opened."

Then for the next 30 days focus on this "one single goal" and proceed with calm and positive assurance that you have already achieved the goal. Don't work for it like a lunatic, but work like you have never done before, knowing that it is all time well spent.The most important part in this exercise is to believe, so believe me, in 30 days your life will transform but if you get off track at any point during these 30 days then you must start all over again from day one.

Also, talent is not the cause of getting rich, for there are many talented people who are not wealthy, and there are many people with little talent who are very rich. There are many intelligent people, often with high education, that fail at achieving financial success, while there are many college drop outs who become millionaires.Additionally, people get rich and people fail in every business and in every profession. It is true that you will do better in a business that you like, and if you have some well developed talents you will do better in a business in which you can apply those talents, but getting wealthy is not determine by the business or profession you choose.Getting rich is also not the result of doing things others fail to do, for two people in the same business can be carrying out the same activities, but one gets rich and the other files for bankruptcy. There are a lot of hard working people whose lives are filled with struggle and who never manage to accumulate wealth.

Every thought has a purpose - the thing you want to create - believe that you deserve only good things and be sure that you already have what you want, hold your faith. There is no place for any doubt. Be grateful for every little thing you have and for the things you are asking for (because you already have them). And, act now, do the right actions. Do your best every day.

A very clear example of a person who thought, had a purpose, believed, took action and his dream came true is: The miracle of Chinese Bamboo. You are the one in control of your thoughts. You control what comes into your life. Everything starts with a thought, word, with a dream. As I always say, YOU can create miracles in your life! What are you waiting for?

Getting rich is a dream that most of us cherish and wish that it comes true. Just dreaming of getting rich is not good enough. There needs to be a certain endeavor from our end towards the goal that we have set for ourselves. One fact is for sure that one needs to be alert, smart and enterprising to earn the money and get rich. There have been plenty of books and guides that have been published over the years to help us achieve our dreams.

Conversely, if you can manage to change negative self-talk into positive self-talk, you can take the first steps on the path to both happiness and prosperity. Person growth instructors like Bob Proctor, who was featured in the phenomenally successful DVD, "The Secret," are using the principles Wattles set forth to teach people how to develop beliefs that lead to financial success. The self help, motivational message he starts with asks people whether or not they truly want to achieve financial independence. For example, his experience is that people are deeply conflicted about money, about their financial goals, and about the prospect of attracting wealth. From there, he works with people to help them change their negative thoughts into affirming thoughts.

But changing one's self-talk and self-perceptions are only one part of the equation. Many people who talk about the Law of Attraction focus on thinking (or, more accurately, wishing) and neglect the second, equally important, component - action. In order to achieve prosperity and wealth, many people find that they have to quit their jobs and change the business they're in. Although this may seem counterintuitive, and it does require a deep belief in yourself and the principles of the Law of Attraction, it can be a necessary prerequisite to fulfilling your dreams. In our culture, people are often uncomfortable thinking about, talking about, or actively seeking money. But, as Wattles wrote, "No man can rise to his greatest possible height in talent or soul development unless he has plenty of money."

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