We are all capable of doing great things and creating wonderful experiences dependent on our individual interests. When we are interested in something, we put our focus and attention there, and quickly discover it’s all in our heart.
Our heart’s desire leads the way. This is the difference between a poor or mediocre performance, and an outstanding accomplishment. Regardless of experience and innate ability, a person who has a deep interest in getting something done finds a way.
Directing the Power of our Thought
When our efforts are heart-centered we are more inclined to become more conscious of our power and then to use it in ways that contribute and benefit others. This is because we want to give more and fully express our power to make a difference.
When we are conscious of our power to think effectively, we direct our attention which then only increases our power. Once have developed sufficient momentum we find that we naturally receive without any apparent effort, and without any strain or struggle.
Our interest powers our attention, and our attention to any subject or project then creates the necessary actions to bring about desired results. This is a positive type of self-fulfilling prophecy.
We are All Creators
Whatever we are experiencing is a result of our power to create. All of this creation takes place in the Present Moment, and is based on our beliefs and perceptions.
When we are on default we drift through life allowing our past conditioning to determine our choices and actions and thus results. In order to direct the power of our thought effectively, it is critical that we become conscious of this process.
When we are truly interested in a subject or endeavor, we do what it takes to get it done because we are being powered by a heart-felt desire. We take “conscious” control of the reins in order to ensure we get the results we want.
We plant the seed and reap the rewards. We have created the emotional fuel to get us to the finish line.
We are willing to pay attention because it really means something to us. We deal with any resistance along the way, and are willing to extend beyond the imaginary limits of our comfort zones.
This is the difference between creating unconsciously based on past conditioning, and creating consciously with our attention on our objective and goal. We are purpose-driven and have the expectation and faith that we will arrive in a satisfactory way.
We have exchanged the old for the new.
It really is all in our heart, and our heart will provide the passion and drive to keep us on course no matter how many mistakes we make along the way. We will welcome failure as merely the “cost of passage” to success.
It is good to know that we are the captains of our destiny and are able to control the direction our ship will go.
“It matters not how strait the gate, How charged with punishments the scroll; I am the master of my fate: I am the captain of my soul. ”
Enjoy the journey,
Joseph William Stasaitis