How to Be the Captain of Your Ship

What is your objective?

What do you want to achieve?

What is your intention?

What DO you want?

Because when you’re focused and clear on the “what” the “how” will show up.

And all that you need to do from there is to take advantage of the opportunity that will show up for you.

You must put all your energy in the “what.”

You must put aside the anxiety & worry & fear & doubt that comes with figuring the “how.”

You must visualize and imagine and see in your mind’s eye the end result of what you would like to see happen.

Your end objective.

Write it down every morning when you wake up.

Write it down every evening when you go to bed.

Let your brain attract ways, better and easier ways, of attracting it for you.

And that’s just one way to actively use the Law of Attraction.

Stay focused and the Law will honor your focus with opportunities for you to take inspired action on.

I love you.

Thank you.

~ Musawenkosi Tshoaele

PS: Only 3 for the 5 steps to getting you what you want have been mentioned above.

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“Leave Your Baggage Behind” by Dr John Demartini

Dr John Demartini wrote on Facebook:

“Many people walk through their lives dragging their emotional baggage because of a misperceived past and events they have never appreciated and loved.

Just in case you’re carrying any unnecessary loads, I encourage you to do this one thing now.

Make a list of every single thing in your life that you resent, or anything you have not loved, anything you think you made a mistake on, whatever you think you could have done ‘better.’

Then go through those items, one by one, and ask yourself:

How did it serve me?

How did it serve others?

Respond to these two questions again and again, until you discover the benefits of these actions and events, and see the balance, the order, and the gifts resulting from them in your life and in the lives of others.

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I love you.

Thank you.

Happy Holidays!

Merry Christmas!

~ Musawenkosi Tshoaele

I Don’t Understand Why I Shouldn’t Make Mistakes

I should take the time to take an objective look at my daily activities and way of life, to see whether I am slowly but surely gaining momentum heading towards my desired lifestyle, or running on a treadmill.

There is a force inside of me.

It’s as if it’s alive feeding off every new experience I encounter as if having this one single purpose of seeing how far I could stretch once I’ve reached my limits.

Like a barbaric savage entity throwing tantrums once it realizes that I refuse to use the God given creativity to grow and develop and become more.

And I also become more through experience.

I become “experienced” through not only making mistakes, because I can make the same mistake over and over again without benefiting from it, but through learning from these mistakes.

I must then convert this feeling of disappointment or this feeling of being upset into a signal that I should take notice of the lesson I must take from my mistake.

For if I don’t I would be like a mouse running my butt off on a treadmill to no where.

– Tshoaele