There’s a conspiracy relating to your life and the world you’re in. It’s in everything around you. The existence of this conspiracy is hinted at in the thoughts you have, the articles you find, the books you read, and the conversations you have with people, and even the people that you meet – all of which subtly influence your journey through life. This conspiracy shifts things to turn your life into a reflection of whatever is on your mind.
Most people are unaware of this conspiracy because they’re so caught up in the personal dramas of their life that they don’t actually take the time to reflect on the coincidences occurring around them, and they don’t see the parallels that exist between what’s going on in their mind and what’s going on in their life.
Some people are aware of it on a superficial level, but they lack a deeper understanding of its true meaning. For example, they might come up with statements like, “The universe is conspiring against me!” to reflect their awareness that success seems to always elude them, and that no matter what they do, something happens in their life to screw up their plans.
This is because the universe really is conspiring against them, manipulating events and circumstances and people and things to ensure that whatever’s happening in their mind is reflected in their life. Some people call it God, Allah, Buddha… I call it ‘the universe’. You can call it whatever you like, but the truth is, it’s there, and it’s acting behind the scenes to align your life with your mind.
Before you can achieve failure in your life, you have to be focusing on it in your mind. You have to strongly believe you’re not worthy of success, and every time you look at a series of choices ahead of you, you have to focus on the ones that won’t work or that you’re afraid of. The universe will do whatever it can to align your life with what’s going on in your mind, so that your imagined failures or your fears become real.
However, the reverse is also true. For you to achieve success in your life, you have to be focusing on it in your mind. You have to strongly believe that you’re worthy of success, and every time you look at a series of choices ahead of you, you have to focus on the choices that are likely to succeed. The universe will do whatever it can to align your life with what’s going on in your mind, so that your imagined successes or your dreams become real.
When you understand that your life is aligned with your mind, it’s important that you do whatever you can to ensure you see and feel the life you actually want, and that you believe that you can have.
This can be very difficult to do when you haven’t been able to see it before. It takes a leap of faith, and many people just aren’t capable of taking that leap.
There are many people who believe that instead of us controlling or creating our world, we are actually ‘reactive’ to a world we have no control over. This is really just an excuse for those who are focused on failure. By seeing, feeling and believing that they have no control, they continue to create a life where they have no control, and they will always argue from this point of view. Instead of seeing themselves as creators of their life, they see themselves as victims of a life they have no control over.
I have lived my life according to this principle, and I have a couple of practical examples for you of how this has worked for me.
Example 1: when I finished high school I spent the next 15 years on welfare. I was an unemployed bum for a very long time, with a few odd jobs here and there, but nothing of any substance. My father used to tell me while I was growing up that I would always be ‘good for nothing’, and I believed him, and my life reflected my beliefs. However, after deciding to create a different life and instead focus on what I wanted, I have achieved a level of success I would never have thought possible 20 years ago. After being long-term unemployed for 15 years I’m now one of the top 5% income earners in Australia. (Not quite up there with the 1% but I’m working on that…)
Example 2: after discovering I had Passive Aggressive Personality Disorder in 2006 and learning that no one is ever cured of it because denial of personal responsibility is one of its symptoms, I knew that I had to accept responsibility for everything if I wanted to cure myself of it. And I did want to cure myself of it, and after 9 years of taking responsibility for everything, I no longer have passive aggression as a personality disorder.
In both those examples, I made decisions to change what was in my mind so that I could change what was in my life. It was never an easy journey, and it took many years before I started seeing some positive changes, but it was worth it.
My own practical experience and success with my life is why I’m absolutely convinced that you can change your life too, if you only take a leap of faith that it’s actually possible. Instead of your fears becoming real, it will be your dreams that become real, and all it requires is for you to decide to take control as the co-creator of your life.
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