Power Hour Lesson Three - There's Enough for Everybody
Many people operate like there is a limited supply of everything and that, in order for them to get theirs, they must take from what someone else has. Nothing can be farther from the truth. There is an unlimited supply of everything that we need. Thought is creative and when our Thoughts are in line with natural laws, we can tap into the unlimited potential of the Universe. There is enough love, enough money, enough happiness, enough joy for all of us to enjoy an abundant amount. We all know people who seem to "have it all" and we wonder why they are so lucky. It has nothing to do with luck, but it has everything to do with their mental attitude. They aren't fulfilled because they have abundance, they have abundance because they have an abundance mentality. Like attracts like. If you want joy, let your predominant mental attitude be one of joy. If you want happiness, let your predominant mental attitude to be one of happiness. You have that Power. Whatever is true in your mental world within manifests in your material world without. Many people have heard that you "reap what you sow" and that is a scientific fact. Thought is the seed that we plant and our outward reality is that which we reap.
Change comes through application. Apply this principle to something that you'd like to see more of in your life. An easy application that will show immediate results is to conduct random acts of kindness. For one day, make it a point to show kindness in as many ways that you can. You can do this anywhere, and a good place to start is at home or at work. You will be amazed how good you feel and you'll also notice that more people will be kind to you. You can do this exercise with anything that you chose, but the result will always be the same, you'll get back what you give; you'll reap what you sow.
Don't complain about what don't have, use the Power of Thought to get what you want. Get a clear picture of what you want, hold it with faith a and focus and the Universe is obligated to deliver, it's a natural law. And there's enough for everybody!