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Faith, Belief and Knowing

In every great book there are countless stories of men and women who had great purpose and high ideals; they worked toward and reached incredible goals. Time after time these people came up against obstacles or circumstances that would destroy the average person. These people would find themselves in situations that appeared devastating - they might have lost fortunes, loved ones or possibly had to battle some great physical problem but they never appeared to waiver; it seemed as if nothing could stop them.

You very likely can think of a number of people you know personally or know of, who might be Giants when it comes to producing in your industry.

The record of history in sports is filled with great examples.

What made these people Great was their Belief or Faith - it was unshakable. No one and nothing could disturb or destroy their Faith.

It could very easily appear as if some emotional or capricious God has singled out, reached out and touched these individuals and caused them to do such great things.

Everyone, including YOU, has been touched, blessed, endowed with the tools. You must develop a belief or faith based on understanding, just as these people did for themselves. Their faith was not blind, the faith that is easily shattered like fine crystal with the first knock that comes along. Their faith had a strong foundation based on understanding.

These people are often referred to as being in the spirit, and it is not difficult for them to Believe or have Faith, because they KNOW. They know they can do whatever they visualize. They know they are a dynamic, creative being. They choose the vision and they let God do the work, with and through them.

Bob Proctor


To get started in choosing your vision for yourself answer the following questions:


Think of someone you deeply respect. What are three qualities in this person that you admire & describe these qualities. How would you feel if you had these qualities?







If your best friend was feeling self doubt, what would you tell them to support them? What would you want them to believe about themselves? How would you tell them this?







Think of someone you admire. What do you think they believe about themselves?







Think of someone who seems to have already mastered an area of their lives that you value. What do you think they had to tell themselves to get themselves started?







Picture yourself in five years time, when you have mastered this area of your life. Look back to now. What would you tell yourself?





Easter has come early this year and with it the promise of all things new.

Traditionally Easter is symbolized with the giving of eggs. Eggs are a sign of fertility and new life and that is what we have the opportunity to contemplate each Easter.

I can ask myself "How will I die to my old ways and be born anew in dreams, beliefs, thoughts and actions that I know will serve, support, nurture and challenge me to live the life I have always known I am destined for?" and "How will my new way of viewing things create transformation in myself and also in the lives of all that I come into contact with?"

I wish you many blessings this Easter and trust you will share the "Holy Days" with family and good friends. I invite you to make a choice about how your 'new life' will look, sound and feel and I wonder what you will be telling yourself as you experience all the richness that life has to offer.

Keep shining,

Christine Anderson