Something Good Coming

Something Good Coming

Thoughts are omnipotently powerful, and if you have read The Secret and The Power by Rhonda Byrne, you have an appreciation for how and why this is the case.  Thoughts can travel great distances at the blink of an eye and overcome any and all barriers.

Through the Law of Attraction, what you think most about is attracted toward you, be it good or bad . . . most especially when you emotionally feel it.  And the most effective way of cultivating that which is “good” in your life (i.e., what makes you feel happy) is to live with an “attitude of gratitude” for everything you already have TODAY.  And you can build on this happiness by using your imagination to visualize what you desire most and begin to feel it — for then it is only a matter of time when it shall come to pass.

“If you see it in your mind, you’re going to hold it in your hand.”  [Bob Proctor]

Thoughts become things.”  [Mike Dooley]

Everything we think and feel is creating our future”  [Marci Shimoff]

Your thoughts and feelings create your life”  [Lisa Nichols]

Whatever we think about and thank about we bring about”  [Dr. John DeMartini]

Visualizing is the great secret of success”  [Genevieve Behrend]

Imagination is everything . . . the preview of life’s coming attractions.”  [Albert Einstein]

So if you begin to believe that there’s something good coming and hold this belief foremost in your thoughts, SO IT SHALL BE.  The below performance by Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers melodically conveys this sentiment in a beautifully captivating manner, so please enjoy it and start thinking that there’s “something good coming”.

[lyrics are reflected below]

Something Good Coming

Lyrics - Somethng Good Coming


About Spencer C. Young

Supports the Quest for Self-Actualization
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