Visualisation is the lesson this week and it really has had a profound effect on me. Following Haanel’s exercise, of visualising a friend, has made me understand that we can practically create anything in our world within and with the correct thought and actions it can all manifest in to physical reality. It is a lot of fun to be truthful as some of the images that I have visualised of my friend and I have been quite comical and unusual. However by just altering my thoughts the image changes instantly and it becomes more and more clear and precise.
I must confess that I am finding it hard to just focus on one image for a long period of time, due to the endless thoughts that keep creeping in and out of my mind. Even more so with practise and exercise the image is getting clearer and clearer day by day.
-Haanel makes it very clear and says in (7-18) ” Make the Mental Image; make it clear, distinct, perfect; hold it firmly; the ways and means will develop; supply will follow the demand; you will be led to do the right thing at the right time and in the right way. Earnest Desire will bring about Confident Expectation, and this in turn must be reinforced by Firm Demand. These three cannot fail to bring about Attainment, because the Earnest Desire is the feeling, the Confident Expectation is the thought, and the Firm Demand is the will, and, as we have seen, feeling gives vitality to thought and the will holds it steadily until the law of Growth brings it into manifestation”
Does it get any simpler than that?, Feeling brings on Thought followed by Will which equals to Attainment. This journey is giving me true clarity of my purpose in life, my PPN’s are becoming more attainable daily as well as my DMP and my Dharma as a whole.
After all this all I know is, “I can be what I will to be” and my compass will lead me to my success as “I greet each day with love” and continue “to give without the expectation or reciprocity from the channels I enrich because I know I am in dynamic flow of giving and receiving” and I am for ever grateful.