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Generational Blind Spots

This week's question from my portal “The Neagle Code: Directions for Life” comes from Andrew P.

Neagle Code Question

David, I believe I have a blind spot around money. I can list off lots of reasons why I think this, but the primary reason is that I have been stuck at a financial ceiling in my business for over 4 years now…and I often catch myself making decisions based in a lack mentality. How can I uncover what this blind spot is? Is it just simply a belief?

Thanks!
Andrew

Neagle Code Answer

Hi Andrew,

So here's what I want you to consider first off.

Your problem… your blind spot is probably a generational problem.

I want you to think about something. Somewhere back in your history, in your family lineage, problems started, and those problems literally became belief systems.

Now, I want you to think… if your great-great-great grandparents had experienced some misfortune in their life, and they didn't understand it, and couldn't see a way out of it, what would invariably happen is they would create a belief system around that problem.

That problem, all the circumstances around that problem, all the people around that problem, all the conclusions of that problem would become a belief for them.

It then gets passed down to the next generation that comes along until it finally hits you and your generation, and you have no choice but to accept it as being true.

(Remember, prior to the age of 7 you didn’t have the ability to reject beliefs.)

You’re now in a place where you are asking a different question. You’re ready to take this downward progression of a blind spot that has probably been going on for generations in your family lineage, and actually turn it around for a big win in your life, and that's what I want to show you how to do…but I can’t do it in a single email or blog post so…

I’ve created a 3-part video series that will show you EXACTLY how to identify and break through a blind spot. It’s completely FREE and you can access it HERE.

And congrats to you for being willing to question the deep beliefs that are causing your problem!

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Thinking like the Middle Class?

Thinking like the Middle Class?

Most of the world is governed by a “middle class mindset.”

It’s a mindset that creates a value conflict between where you are and where you want to go.

If you were to interview people who were raised middle-class (e.g., working class)…and compare their value system to those of some of the top entrepreneurs in the world, you’d find that they’re vastly different. They’re almost polar opposites of each other.

What one person avoids doing to remain “safe” — the other person will do, and it will make them a multi-millionaire or a billionaire.

How does the middle class mindset stop us from reaching our goal or dream?

Here’s how it works: As we begin to move toward our goal…something interesting starts to happen:

Our subconscious mind sends up a red flag and says, “Wait a minute. Stop. It’s not okay for you to go in this direction.”

Why? Because our value system is in conflict with the direction we want to go.

…We don’t even realize this is going on.

Your subconscious mind does something extremely unique in order to get you to stop:

It literally begins to change the circumstances you’re facing each day…and it gets you to pull your focus AWAY from your goal, by creating “problems” and situations that seem to need your attention.

It’s a value system — based on the middle class mindset — that causes you to start paying more attention to those “problems” or circumstances…instead of keeping your focus on the goal.

This value conflict creates confusion…which leads to the “struggle” or congestion.

Everything begins to slow down or stop. If we’re not aware of what’s happening, we could abandon our goal.

People often ask me, “What do I do when something goes wrong? What do I do when the ‘flow’ seems to stop?”

One of the first things I’ll ask them is, “What are you resisting?”

If you’re in resistance, it’s often because you have a value conflict.

The conflict by itself causes us to go into resistance against what we want. Of course, whenever you have resistance, you don’t have flow.

That’s when people go into fear, doubt, and worry. From there, everything goes to hell in a hand basket…because all that person sees are the things they don’t want to see.

Are you focused on the goal or the “problems”?

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Dealing with Haters

This week's question from my portal “The Neagle Code: Directions for Life” comes from someone who wishes to remain anonymous.

Neagle Code Question

Hi David!

How do you deal with haters? I recently received a scathing email from someone who STRONGLY disagreed with an opinion that I posted to social media. It was blatantly abusive and attacked me personally… so I guess you could say it wasn’t exactly constructive criticism.

My first reaction was fear. My fear of judgment kicked in, and I even had a physical response! Thankfully I was able to get past it and back on track, but how do you deal with these intense, paralyzing fears?

Neagle Code Answer

Great question!

The only way to “deal” with fear is to shine a light on it so that you can see that it’s a lie and then continue onward in spite of the feelings.

I know you’ve heard me say this before, but Spirit does not speak to you through fear, so anytime you feel that fear and hear those fearful voices in your head, you must stop and ask yourself whose voices those are.

Let’s go back to TRUTH. (My favorite place)

Fear is simply your ego’s way of stopping you from growing. And the fear was given to you by someone else, usually a parent or someone who had a significant role in your life.

The next time you feel fear, try identifying whose voice is talking to you because it will not be God’s.

So let’s go back to the first question you asked: How do you deal with haters?

My answer is that you don’t. You must have compassion and understand that people who send hateful and hurtful messages are actually people who are hateful and hurting inside. Their response is projection and has everything to do with them and nothing to do with you.

You aren’t responsible for someone else’s thoughts, feelings and emotions; you are only responsible for your OWN.

Kudos to you for recognizing that it triggered your fear of judgment. If you focus your attention on why you have a fear of judgment in the first place, and let the negative feedback go, the truth will set you free.

And always remember:

There is no growth without discomfort, and it sounds like you’re GROWING!!!

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Ego or Inner Guidance… how to tell the difference

This week's question from my portal “The Neagle Code: Directions for Life” comes from someone who wishes to remain anonymous.

Neagle Code Question

Hi David!

I’ve heard you teach a lot about the power of following your true desire in life. And on the surface it seems VERY simple. But I’m finding that I’m not sure if I’m following a true desire or if I’m following my ego out of fear.

How do I know if I’m making decisions based on my desire or inner guidance?

Thanks so much!!

Neagle Code Answer

I love this question! Thanks!

Let me start by stating the truth: we all have an internal guidance system, just like every other form of life on the planet. And you have the ability to grow into the very biggest and best person that you can become.

Most people don’t recognize their internal desire or guidance system because they’ve never been taught to listen to it. They’ve been taught to follow the beliefs and values that were handed down to them prior to the age of 7.

So let me try to make this as simple as possible. 

1) Desire is going to be clear.

It's not going to tell you what not to do. It will only tell you what TO DO. It's going to give you some direction as to what to do, but it won’t give you any more information until you make the decision to do what it's telling you to do. Most people get stuck here…they want to see the “whole plan.” And that’s just not how it works.

2) Desire is going to be persistent.

You will think about it all the time. It will always be rolling around in the back of your mind. The reason that it doesn't go away is because it's part of your purpose or is your purpose. It's part of your life purpose as to who you are, what you're supposed to do and the people that you're supposed to help in this world.

3) You will feel your desire internally.

You most often feel it in your heart and it will feel like you're being pulled towards something.

4) You will not feel fulfilled until you’re on the right path.

Nothing that you will do will fulfill the thirst of your desire other than the thing that it's actually telling you to do. Remember, it doesn't go away because it is your purpose (or part of your purpose).

It's really important to know that because I made the same mistake. I would go off and just do different things and try different things, but it wasn't the thing that my desire was telling me to do, and it never felt fulfilling. Sure, sometimes there was some joy and sometimes there was some fun, but I never, at the end of the day, really felt fulfilled.

The only thing that ever really fulfilled me was when I actually made a decision and stepped into that desire, which had really been guiding me my whole life and I didn't know it.

If you want to learn more about how to recognize your desire or inner guidance, check out an entire podcast episode I dedicated to this question. You can access it here.

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Are Ease and Grace possible?

Are Ease and Grace possible?

Have you ever experienced “ease” and “grace” in your life…where everything seems to be flowing well? Things work well…and everything goes smoothly.

That “flow” is how the universe was designed to be.

In fact, it’s the natural order of the universe.

(It’s also the main idea behind the principle of “more life to all.”)

The universe — and everything in it — operates in perfect harmony…according to the needs of the whole.

If you look in nature, everything fulfills its purpose…and it does so brilliantly. The oak tree becomes the best, most magnificent oak tree that it can become…and it does so without struggle. All animals and plants do the same (unless humans get involved).

If this is the case…then why are so many people NOT living their purpose with ease and grace?

Why are so many creating struggle and chaos instead?

What prevents us from experiencing
the natural flow and ease of life?

One word: resistance.

When we’re in resistance…this brings confusion, chaos, and congestion. Things start to break down. “Problems” pop up in our life, and all hell breaks loose. Nothing seems to work.

That’s why I always ask people who are “stuck”…

What are you resisting?

The universe doesn’t stop us from being, doing, or having anything in our life.

The truth is…WE’RE the only thing that stops the flow in our own life.

Usually it’s something in our subconscious programming that keeps us from flipping the easy switch.

Think about what you might be resisting in your own life?

If you have a goal or desire…what are you resisting being, doing, or having that would help you move closer to reaching that goal?

That’s resistance.

It’s only when we become non-resistant to the ease and grace of the universe…do we start to experience that effortless state of “flow.”

I’ll be talking more about this topic in the next few articles…stay tuned!

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Her “toxic” side

This week's question from my portal “The Neagle Code: Directions for Life” comes from someone who wishes to remain anonymous.

Neagle Code Question

David,

I have a high school friend (someone who is more a sister to me and an aunt to my kids). At first I didn’t notice her “toxic side”, but now as I’m growing, I’m seeing it as clear as day. I know it’s impacting me, and yet, I don’t want to walk away from this person I love.

Isn’t there something I can do to keep her in my life and still protect myself from the toxicity?

Neagle Code Answer

Hi, and thanks for the question.

Let me ask you something important…

How much toxicity would you allow in your home?

Would you allow just a little bit of lead paint?

Just a little bit of arsenic?

I think not.

So why would you allow it in to your personal relationships?

The answer:

YOU
ARE
ATTACHED.

Ask yourself: What are you getting from the relationship?

And then see what’s actually going on here.

My advice would be to set her free.

Otherwise you’ll find yourself either trying to change her (which is not your right or responsibility), or you’ll continue to take on her toxic energy and/or beliefs.

It’s possible that this relationship was meant to be for a season rather than a lifetime.

A great resource for you, and I suggest you read it immediately, is a book titled, Codependent No More by Melody Beattie. I think it will shed a lot of light on what you’re experiencing and how it may be showing up in your other relationships as well.

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Another word for faith

Another word for faith

There was a short time in my life when I was on food stamps. I had a couple of small kids. It was not a proud moment for me.

The problem was, I was in constant resentment of the situation I was in. I wanted to change, but didn’t know how.

Now, you don’t have to be on food stamps to be in constant resentment.

When you have a desire — when you want something different in your life, and you’re doing the best you think you can do, and nothing is changing — it is so easy for a person to go into resentment.

They start saying, “Why isn’t anything working? Why is this happening to me? Why can’t I be successful?”

Resentment changes your vibration. It begins to change how you see things. Then all you see are more things to be resentful for.

If you truly want to change this…then you have to start “expecting” your desire to show up in your life.

In his book Working with the Law, Raymond Holliwell says, “True desire represents that urge of life seeking a fuller expression, and it’s kept alive by the continuous expectation of its fulfillment.”

In order to receive what we desire, we have to “continuously expect” that it will happen. We need to have faith that it will happen.

Another word for this
faith is gratitude.

When you continuously expect something…you’re building faith that it will happen.

This expectation “brings to us the ways and the means for its manifestation,” says Holliwell.

Whatever you’re “expecting” (good or bad) is also what you’re in harmony with…according to the Law of Vibration.

If you want to change what you’re in harmony with — then you need to start expressing gratitude for the things you desire…as if they were already here.

This keeps your senses open
and changes your perception.

Remember, the law of polarity says that the thing you desire is already here. You just can’t see it or hear it.

But as you increase your faith in this law, you will begin change your belief, and you’ll begin to see opportunities that you could not see before.

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How Thoughts Attract

This week's question from my portal “The Neagle Code: Directions for Life” comes from someone who wishes to remain anonymous.

Neagle Code Question

David,

Can you explain the difference between the Law of Attraction and the Law of Vibration?

THX!!

Neagle Code Answer

Sure can!

The Law of Attraction is actually NOT one of the seven Universal Laws. I know people think that it is, but it's not.

The Law of Attraction is based off of the Law of Vibration, and basically says that you attract to you whatever it is that you're in harmony with.

But the truth is that you’re not attracting anything…

You are just becoming aware of what already exists.

You see, based on the Law of Polarity, if you have a desire for something the way and means to achieve that desire must already be present…the problem is, you just can’t see it.

When I teach about changing your vibration, I’m talking about teaching yourself how to think at a different level so that you can see a different opportunity that’s are already around you.

And then…here’s the kicker…

You have to TAKE ACTION
on that opportunity.

I have never seen anybody sit on a couch, change their vibration and then all of a sudden they get wealthy.

It does not work that way, it really doesn't. It sure would be nice if it did, right?

On Tuesday of this week, I’ll be hosting a free training explaining this Law…and giving you specific strategies to think different so that you can see different, and then take action to get the result you’ve been hoping for. I’m starting at 1pm ET, and I’ll be sending the recording out if you can’t join me live. CLICK HERE to get the details!

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This hit me like a punch in the stomach

This hit me like a
punch in the stomach

The first business I built didn’t go well. I wasn’t doing “bad,” but it wasn’t great, either. So I sought out advice from someone who was successful in the areas I wanted to succeed at.

This person listened quietly…as I told him everything that was going wrong in my business.
I complained.
I engaged in self-pity.

He looked me right in the eye and said,

“I know what your problem is…
you don’t want this bad enough.”

His words hit me like a punch in the stomach. It was hard to hear.

What I learned from that incident was I’d been spending so much time thinking about what I was doing, but I was not changing my thinking through acting.

Thinking by itself does not cause a person to be successful. You must take the actions that will cause you to be successful.

Whatever your desire is, you must take accurate ACTION in order to make it happen.

You must act your way into a new way of thinking…not think your way into a new way of acting.

Today, my company is known for helping people grow their business. We give them a strategy that will give them the results they want immediately. We help them build that foundation from a solid place.

However, this does not change their thinking. It’s not the “thinking” that makes the strategy work. It’s taking the action that makes it work.

Most people approach it by saying, “I have to change my thinking first…before I can take any action…”

They let fear stop them, and they don’t take action on their desire. They’re too busy THINKING about what they’re doing (or not doing)…instead of taking the action.

I recognized early on in my career that people want results quickly. I became known for helping them do this.

But it’s done by acting your way into a new way of thinking…not by thinking your way into a new way of acting.

What action can you take today to move you in the direction of your desire?

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Are you Price-Judging?

This week's question from my portal “The Neagle Code: Directions for Life” comes from someone who wishes to remain anonymous.

Neagle Code Question

I have a judgment problem… when someone comes in to my office, I IMMEDIATELY judge whether or not they can afford my services. And based on those judgments, I alter my pricing or fail to even offer what I really think they need. How can I STOP doing this?!

Neagle Code Answer

Thanks for this question… we had a similar questions earlier this year as well!!

Question for you to think about:

If you don’t ask for the sale, how do you know they can’t afford what they need?

You don’t have a judgment problem, you have a sales problem, and the answer is simple…

You need to step into being
the expert that you are.

Let me give you an example I often use.

Let’s say you have a problem. You’re experiencing chest pain. You rush to the doctor and he runs some tests. He discovers that you need open-heart surgery.

He comes back into the room to tell you his recommendation, but he looks at you and determines that you can’t afford open-heart surgery.

So instead he clips your toenails and sends you on your way.

That doctor has broken a Universal Law. He has taken away your right to choose.

How does that make you feel? Probably not very good, because you’ll have a heart attack without that surgery.

The above scenario isn’t much different than what you’re doing with the people who are coming to you for help.

You are the expert, and the truth is, if their sense of urgency is high enough, the money will be there.

Don’t take away someone’s right to choose what’s best for them because you’ve judged that they can’t afford what they really need.

Always remember the Law of Polarity… if someone has a desire, the opportunity MUST be there.

This means, if they want help, they must have a way to pay for it!

If you’re having a hard time grasping this concept, I invite you to join me for 3 days this November where I’ll be doing in depth teachings on how by understanding the Universal Laws, you can always side with the TRUTH to help yourself and others.

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