This belief is from Bob Proctor, as well as other greats like James Allen, Napoleon Hill, Ernest Hemingway, Rhonda Bryne and others.  There are many things great philosophers of the past and present differ on, but the fact that "thoughts become things."  I know the book and movie The Secret mentions this this.  I've also heard it put like "when you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change."  There are so many ways to say the same thing. 

The premise behind this is that whatever you think about most often is what you become.  Not literally, like if you think about girls most often, you become a girl or if you think about cars most often, you become a car.  What I mean is that if you think about pleasing people most often, you become a people-pleaser.  If you think about work most often, you become a good employee.  I'm not saying these are bad things, but these may or may not be what you REALLY want. 

Other things that you may not think about is, if you think about debt most often, what do you remain?  A person in debt.  If you worry about death, what may happen to you?  You may die an early death.  On the other hand, if you obsess over being a millionaire, what are you more likely to become?  A millionaire.  This may sound weird, but it's true to some extent.

If you want a large house on the hill or a trip to Hawaii, start focusing on that.  I'd recommend that whenever you think about something you DON'T want, like debt or your current job, change your thoughts to something you want instead, like more money or a better house.  You know what you want and don't want, but you do.  Focus more on what you want rather than what you don't want, since the Law of Attraction works both ways.

If you need help with learning how to think most effectively, please shoot me an e-mail.

Lisa Starr
Life/Corporate Coach

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