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Create Your Day In Advance (Law of Attraction)

Prentence Mulford, leader of The Law of Attraction, in the decade of 1870 wrote the following words which explain how to create our days in advance.

When you say to yourself, "I'll take a pleasant trip or visit a pleasant place", literally you're sending elements and forces ahead of your body which will organise things so your trip or visit are pleasant. When you're in a bad mood before your visit or trip, you're afraid or feel something unpleasant is going to happen, you're sending invisible agents ahead of you which will create some kind of unpleasant situation. Our thoughts or, in other words our state of mind, are always in function "arranging" the good or bad things in advance.

It's very important that you think every event of your day in advance. Otherwise, you'll suffer the consequences of not doing it: disorganization, lack of focus and being on the run, among others.

If you find yourself disorganized, the Law of Attraction will bring more disorganization onto you. If you lack focus, you'll attract more situations that will lead you out of your goal. If you're always on the run, you send out the vibe of fear (for not having the time to finish things) and that negative vibe will attract more negative things, which in order to solve them, you will have to be in a hurry even more.

Do you feel you don't have enough time? Do you usually think about it or verbalize it? Change that speech, because all you will attract is more situations which will leave you with even less time. Say to yourself: "I have enough time to do everything I want and calmly" and start changing your life.

Do you feel you waste too much time? Every time you can use your free time to close your eyes and visualize yourself in the future, programming your next days.

Practice every morning creating the near future in advance. With repetition you'll make it a habit and you'll see how your life starts changing more positively.

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