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Implementing The Secret – Part 1

One Day at a Time

In order to implement The Secret successfully, I recommend taking element from the book or the video and concentrating on them one day at a time.

“Fighting” Gets You More of Your Problems.

When most people want to change things, they “fight” the element that they see as the problem, instead of focusing on the solution. Examples are Anti-War, Anti-Abortion, fighting drugs, fighting disease, fighting the enemy. This is giving energy to the problem, keeping it alive, keeping it attracted into your life.

Grand CanyonHow to Manifest Good Things in Your Life

Instead of fighting, you should focus on the good that you want to see. So be For things. To use our examples above, be Pro-Peace, Pro-Life, be For education and betterment of children, be for health, be for finding solutions.

Energy Flows Where Attention Goes

Focus on this one element of The Secret today. Be “For” what you want to see in your life. Bless and praise the good things. Ask, Believe, Receive. Ask for what you want. Believe you deserve it. Receive it as if it is already in your life.

Suggested Mantras

I am healthy. I am getting younger. Everything happens easily for me. I am unlimited. I am receiving good things in my life because I am good. Money comes easily and often. What will you focus on today?



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2 Responses to Implementing The Secret – Part 1

  1. sreelekha April 13, 2007 at 6:51 am #

    Well! I want to bring happiness in the life of my younger brother . He is suffering from mitochondrial cytopathy. Staying away from him with my family I find myself praying and worrying about him. Today he is unable to walk but what of tomorrow. He is confined to his home and does not get to go out a lot . What can i do as his sister for him?

  2. agentsully April 13, 2007 at 9:25 am #

    Sreelekha – Thank you for your comment. I am sorry that your brother is suffering. I have had family members that suffered greatly too. I certainly don’t have the magic bullet answer. Here’s the advice I would give a friend.

    1)Love & support your brother unconditionally
    2)Love all your family unconditionally – sometimes it’s easy to love the one who is sick, but then other family members have squabbles about other things. The more you can create peace within your family, this will be a big comfort to the person who is suffering.
    3)Do what you can do. Ask your brother how you can help. You may not be able to take away the person’s challenge, but actions you take can comfort a person.
    4)Pray and believe that God/the universe will take care of your brother in the long run. This may not manifest in a way that we wanted. For more info on this: See my post: The Secret and Christianity: Can They Be Reconciled

    In that post I say that The Secret does not have all the answers. I think that it has a lot of good advice, but I think that Christianity fills in the areas that The Secret can’t help with. (i.e. I can’t ask the universe to keep me from ever dying, but with God, I believe that dying on earth is not a death of my spirit, just my physical body.)

    Your question is not easy because human suffering is not easy to bear, to watch or to understand. I think the general step listed above can help. (And you may already be doing these things, and if so keep it up! Find “good things” even amidst the suffering. Look and you’ll find them. Even if they are small.

    Being far away from your brother, don’t underestimate the power simple gestures and words can have. If there is nothing you can do to affect your brother’s condition, you can do things to comfort his spirit. What would happen if you mailed him a small letter everyday? A care package with drawings or a collage or maybe even a small object might do more than you expect. Be creative, but if you don’t have a lot of time or resources, keep it simple. The cliche is true…”it’s the thought that counts!”

    I wish you peace and relief of suffering for your brother. I will pray for you both.

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