I was recently introduced to the book THE GIFT by Kevin Hogan. It was shared with me by a great friend of mine who knew that I would find value in its pages. The reading touched my spirit in many ways, and challenged me to do better in many areas. I would like to share with you the areas of the reading that spoke to me, and I encourage you to read THE GIFT at your earliest opportunity.
One of the core concepts in the book is to: See, believe, begin, continue, and finish.
Below are the Keys of Wealth, Happiness, Miracles, and Love:
- Fear is an illusion. Acronym: False Evidence Appearing Real.
- You are the creator of your world.
- Forgiveness is the seed of peace, love, and happiness.
- Design your destiny daily.
- Persist even in times of great adversity.
- Two or more in harmony are boundless.
- Miracles dwell in forgiveness, ignite in faith.
- Setbacks are stepping stones of achievement.
There are many lessons within each of these keys to help us master them.
Key points to remember. Think about the results that you want, and you will receive them good or bad. For awhile I had forgotten how powerful my thinking was, and that it has an affect on every area of my being. Your thinking affects your health, your spirituality, and even your financial situation. Your thinking can improve your relationships, and your life in an instant. Start focusing your thoughts on those things that you want and that is what you will receive more of. Truly understand that when you focus on what you don’t want that is what you will receive more of. Your thoughts transmit a signal to the world telling it what to send you. Be conscious of your thoughts.
When we use our talents we begin to give life something back for what it has given us.
Failure is an illusion we can only fail when we quit trying.
You have something when you see it in your mind, not when you physically posses it in your hand.
Never procrastinate, your destiny is too important for you to grow lazy.
The greatest gift that you can give is love, give everyone that you meet the gift.
Start putting these things into practice today!
All the best,
James D. Jordon