Discovering prosperity in our lives must be cultivated.
Many people attempt to find prosperity rather than simply becoming open to receive it. Prosperity comes in many shapes and forms, some money others gifts or sudden meetings. Keeping our eyes open to prosperity starts with believing we are always on the path with leads to prosperity.
There is a little trap that humans get themselves into when it comes to the ability to attract prosperity and new events into their lives.
Typically, we make decisions based on our knowledge and experience but if we are seeking something outside of our experience or knowledge, what framework do we use to evaluate our decisions in areas of newness?
In order to see something different, we need to transform the eyes from which we see. For we are only able to see in accordance to the strength of our eyes. Our eyes being not only the physical lenses in our head, but the inner eye.
Visualization techniques will program our energy field to attract what we choose to create.
However, if we continue to make choices based on old knowledge, we might completely miss a doorway that just opened up. To leave old knowledge one has to use intuition and faith for new decisions.
I have worked with business associates who reached out for new people to assist them in growing their business. Then when the premier candidate came to them, they began to treat them and react to them from old beliefs and pushed the premier person right out of their experience. Why? Because this person’s behavior was unfamiliar and therefore brought a sense of fear. Fear led to mistrust and confusion. The owner wasn’t able to let-go and trust, and lost the support they were seeking. The process of letting go also relies on intuition.
Intuition is strengthened by quieting the mind and forming a sense of silence in which we can hear the inner self speak through deep senses of inner knowing. Inner knowing can also be in the form of little voices in our head answering our questions before we even ask them. Even in unfamiliar territory, one can be gently guided to the right decision and perfect circumstance.
We must strengthen the eyes from which we see to view new horizons.
What is the best exercise for this? Do you need to ask?