“The most powerful thing you can do (and it is very powerful) to change the world is to change your own beliefs about the nature of life, people, and reality, and begin to act accordingly.” Shakti Gawain
But how do we change our beliefs? We can start by making a study of the law of attraction. Google it, and there will be much of value to discover. Rhonda Byrne’s book, The Secret, is especially helpful—as are the sequels, The Power and The Magic. But there are many others now who, using Rhonda as a starting point, have found in their own lives how to live better, more fruitfully.
We have an internal guidance system. I call this “God,” but others interested in the law of attraction may call this by more secular name, such as the Universe. It matters not what we call it; it only matters that we turn inward and access this deeper part of ourselves—for that is Who we are encountering, and where.
Our beliefs, once they have changed, will turn us from losers into winners. We won’t be in competition with others in this exchange, though, for competition simply means that down the road, we will lose. And we don’t want that. Cooperation with others highlights the truth that we are One with everyone and everything. We don’t have to wonder where our next meal is coming form; if we are in such dire straits, there is a world out there of other people who will help us. Our cooperation with them ensures their good will toward us.
So: Beliefs change first. Then all else. For what we believe will transpire, very often does.
This is the law of attraction in operation.