This week's question from my portal “The Neagle Code: Directions for Life” comes from someone who wishes to remain anonymous.
I have been stepping up to bigger challenges in my business, which is very exciting, but this brings up feelings of chaos inside. The more I stretch myself and go out of my comfort zone, the more it happens. It can go on for days, and I watch and let it (chaos) happen, then I get on with things, but I wonder what can be done to stop this altogether? It's a waste of energy. Thank you.
What a fantastic question!
Here’s the good news…
You don’t need to create chaos every time you grow and stretch.
And the thing is…
You can control it all by
controlling your thoughts.
This is something I learned very early on in my own journey, and it’s why even today, I study profusely. Everywhere I go I carry my books with me.
You see, your thoughts and emotions CREATE your circumstances. Most people have that backwards. They think that their circumstances “happen”, and then they allow those circumstances to control what they think and feel. This in turn just creates more of the unwanted circumstances.
The next time you stretch in your business or personal life, arm yourself with the TRUTH.
As soon as you feel your mind going into chaos, take control of those thoughts by studying the truth.
Read books like:
- Working With the Law by Raymond Holliwell
- As a Man Thinketh by James Allen
- The Science of Getting Rich by Wallace Wattles
The most important thing here is that YOU control your thoughts and your thoughts create your circumstances.
Fill your mind with the truth and the chaos will stop.
Pretty empowering, right?!
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