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RPS #100 – The Power of Speaking Your Reality into Existence

The Power of Speaking Your Reality into Existence

Over the years, one thing that I’ve done before I’ve actually achieved a goal—whether that was a financial goal, a business goal, or maybe a fitness health goal—is I’ve always spoken it into existence. I would repeat affirmations. I would write down goals, and I would say them to myself before I ever achieved them. There are a couple reasons you want to do this too. Why do you want to speak something into existence? Why do you want to say things to yourself before they happen?

Let’s start with an example. I have one incantation right now about my health. I always say to myself, “I now weigh 165 pounds and have a thin, fit, healthy, muscular, sexy body.” I’ll just repeat it over and over again.

Talking to Your Subconscious Mind
I know it sounds crazy, but your subconscious mind cannot tell the difference between the truth and a lie. And whatever you repeat to yourself over and over and over again, you’ll believe. In order to achieve, you’ve got to believe. When you believe you can do something, you’ll actually align yourself with it and take actions toward it.

You need to speak your new existence and your desired reality before it actually happens. Doing this works. This is what I’ve been doing over the last three years. This is how I was able to go from 220 pounds to 170 pounds. This is how I’ve gone from earning $30,000 at the Cracker Barrel to this year, in which my goal is to do more than $480,000 in profit. I might even hit $500,000.

And all this is because I believe in myself. I don’t know exactly how I’m going to achieve a lot of my goals. I just repeat it to myself over and over again, and then the opportunity always presents itself.

Nonsense or Brilliance?
You might be thinking to yourself, “Steve, this is BS nonsense. Brother, you’re getting weird. You’re odd, man. What are you doing talking about all this stuff? That doesn’t work.”

It does work. This isn’t theory. I’ve been applying this to my life for years now, over the last three years especially. And it’s true. Your subconscious mind really cannot tell the difference between a truth and a lie. If you tell yourself over and over again that you are now earning a certain amount of money, that you have a particular body, or that you are a certain type of person, you will believe it and will start to act in accordance with it. I can promise you that.

It Works the Other Way Too
But it’s also true for the other side of the coin. You might be tempted to talk to yourself in a negative light: “I’m fat. I’m lazy. I am just a piece of crap. I’m always going to be broke because I’m not smart enough.” That might be your current truth, or it might notbe.  Regardless, it becomes the truth because you’re saying it to yourself all the time.

You’ve got to get control of your thoughts because your reality is in your hands. You can become anything you want. I know that sounds like self-help psycho-babble, but it’s true to an extent. You really can. There’s no better opportunity to design the life of your dreams than right this instant—especially with all the technology we have nowadays and the internet. We have so much information at our disposal on Google, forums Facebook groups, and YouTube.

You Are Capable of Doing This
I’m not saying this just to try to pump you up. It’s true. It wasn’t long ago that I was more than 240 pounds. I was smoking cigarettes. I was on Xanax and Adderall and Celexa, and I was living at home with my parents. I felt like crap. And, yes, it’s been a while, and I’ve slowly been chipping away at it. It didn’t happen overnight.

But if I changed my life, then you can do the same thing. And one of the best things you can do is to start speaking into existence the reality that you desire so much.

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