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Metaphysical Business Practice

Business practice and the art of inner visualisation techniques are often not put together as a harmonious match. This however is a massive misbelief made by millions of business people all around the world, and is in actual fact the only reason why businesses fail. When you look back through history at the most successful entrepreneurs of the last one hundred years and beyond you will find a common thread in all of their success stories. Such an example includes the great Henry Ford, who used the teachings and methods of his close friend Ralph Waldo Trine of the New Thought movement to create his empire.

Ralph Waldo Trine

Metaphysical Inclusion

So how is it done? How do you apply metaphysics, or the Law of Attraction, in your business life? Simple. The same way that you apply it in any other area of your life. If you have been practicing using the Law consciously you will have had some results that you know were the outcome of your techniques. It can seem easier to test things out in our personal lives as there is no money at risk, or employee’s or colleague’s lives to be affected. But when you consider that there is no separation in everything you create in your life then it becomes clear that a metaphysical inclusion into your business practice is beneficial to yourself and everyone connected to your business.

The most important factor in creating a business from a metaphysical perspective is to release any beliefs you have that there is competition. There is no competition, and a competitive mind will lead to limited thoughts and a limited manifested outcome. You have unlimited access to infinite abundance and your mind must be cultivated into coming purely from a creative perspective.

The teachings of Wallace D Wattles are outstanding in their clarity and simplicity of instruction. The Science of Getting Rich, published in 1903, inspired Rhonda Byrne’s 2006 hit film and subsequent book The Secret. Wallace was another of the New Thought movement’s great luminaries who studied the writings of George Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel and Ralph Waldo Emerson. He then recommended the study of their books to his readers who wished to understand what he characterized as “the monistic theory of the cosmos.”

Wallace D Wattles

How To Do It

Imagination is the key to what outcomes you create. Take the time to imagine what it would feel like if your business was thriving and expanding.

In your imagination, see or hear yourself in an imagined scene that represents the end result of your desired outcome.

Really charge this imagined scene with the emotion you would feel, do this until you actually have the sensation of the scene being as real as any experience you have had here in the physical realm.

When you have had the sensation of your imagined scene being real, let it go. Literally feel it leave your heart and enjoy the delicious and satisfying feeling that comes when you have practiced this technique enough times to know that you truly did it right.

To further your understanding of these techniques I can recommend no better teacher than the great Neville Goddard. He had a dual message in his delivery of divine truth, one being The Promise and the other being The Law. For relevance to business his teachings of  The Law are second to none. Reading his lectures and listening to his audios has been truly life changing in my clarity of understanding how to apply The Law in my life.

Neville Goddard

 

Important Things To Remember

  • Allow yourself to already be, in your imagination, living the situation you desire to be in.
  • Release any feelings of rushing to get things done. There is a natural rhythm to life and when you synchronise with it you will achieve more than you believed to be possible.
  • Know that everything you have imagined is wanting to come into your life actually more than you are wanting it. Your nonphysical creations are beyond eager to take form in your life and expand your being.

 

”Go easy with your life, because you’ll never get it done and you’ll never get it wrong.”  –  Abraham Hicks