master mindset

It was my goal this summer to put myself in the mindset of mastering LOA, especially where abundance was concerned. 

The photo above, I took 5 minutes ago of some of the cash money I have earned, found and been given since 7/5/16, (the stacks on the left are $1,000 each). This does not account for any monies in my checking/savings, just cash money that has come to me in the past 9 weeks.

I’m posting this to confirm to you that YOU are in control of the life you live. YOU have the power within to create whatever experience you wish. YOU create your life moment by moment, thought by thought.

In the coming weeks, I will go into more detail how I did this and how you can do it too. Please share with anyone interested in learning how to be a life master. Anyone that wants to know how to create a better life for themselves.

It’s going to be good, not to mention fun.

In our daily life, problems invariably arise.  But problems themselves do not automatically cause suffering.  If we can directly address our problem and focus our energies on finding a solution, for instance, the problem can be transformed into a challenge.  If we throw into the mix, however, a feeling that our problem is ‘unfair,’ we add an additional ingredient that can become a powerful fuel in creating mental unrest and emotional suffering.  And now we not only have two problems instead of one, but that feeling of 'unfairness’ distracts us, consumes us, and robs us of the energy needed to solve the original problem.
—  Dalai Lama, The Art of Happiness
Hell is not part of geography, it is part of your psychology, and so is heaven.  You create your hell, you create your heaven.  And it is not in the future.  Herenow somebody is living in heaven and somebody is living in hell - and they may be sitting together, they may be friends.  Don’t be worried about hell and heaven; they are just your states.  If you live in the mind, you live in hell.  If you live in the no-mind, you live in heaven.
The mind works through pictures.  Pictures affect your self-image and your self-image affects the way you feel, act and achieve.  If your self-image tells you that you are too young to be a successful lawyer or too old to change your habits for the better, you never will achieve these goals.  If your self-image tells you that lives rich with purpose, excellent health and happiness are only for people from backgrounds other than your own, this prophecy will ultimately become your reality.
—  Robin S. Sharma, The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari
Thoughts are vital, living things, little bundles of energy, if you will.  Most people don’t give any thought to the nature of their thoughts and yet, the quality of your thinking determines the quality of your life.  Thoughts are just as much a part of the material world as the lake you swim in or the street you walk on.  Weak minds lead to weak actions.  A strong, disciplined mind, which anyone can cultivate through daily practice, can achieve miracles.  If you want to live life to the fullest, care for your thoughts as you would your most prized possessions.  Work hard to remove all inner turbulence.  The rewards will be abundant.
—  Robin S. Sharma, The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari

Obviously, right? …But what about the garden of the mind?

“A man’s mind may be likened to a garden, which may be intelligently cultivated or allowed to run wild; but whether cultivated or neglected, it must, and will, bring forth. If no useful seeds are put into it, then an abundance of useless weed-seeds will fall therein, and will continue to produce their kind.” ~ James Allen