Joy, Excitement, Anticipation

“The more you can believe you will have something, get excited, picture it in your mind, use your emotions of joy, excitement, and anticipation, the more quickly it will come.  However, remember that emotions of fear and doubt also create what they focus on, because you are thinking of them over and over.  When you fear something, you are thinking of what you do not want to happen, and it fills up a box labeled ‘What I do not want to happen,’ and sure enough, that box becomes full and then becomes reality.”  Personal Power through Awareness, by Sanaya Roman

When we get excited about something, we are responding with passion, and we are sure to want that which prompts our excitement. We rev up our emotions, and the law of attraction responds to our heightened mood.

Turn aside from worry and fear, something that is easy to do if we distract ourselves. Those things that we fret about, we are asking for–though we don’t see it that way. Focus is the reason that these negatives can spring up in our lives. What we focus upon with passion is what we will attract.

Sanaya says that our desire will manifest “more quickly” if we add joy, excitement, and anticipation to our thoughts. These emotions emphasize the thoughts, making it obvious that our desire is very great.

So respond with passion to our heart’s desire. If we see it in our heart, then we are seeing it in the core of our being. And the passion signals depth, even unto our experience of God.

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