Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Five Senses

Most of us are given five valuable senses for our existence. Sight, Hearing, Feeling, Taste, and Smell. We use these sense every day without even realizing it most of the time. We rely on what our senses tell us. Our senses are a direct link to our brain, which processes the given information. We live and learn through our senses. They immensely affect our lives. So, with as much as we depend on our senses we should also use them to our advantage, more than what we already do anyhow.

Many of the authors and supporters of the Law of Attraction and the whole positive thinking movement suggest and personally recommend using our five sense to help attract the things that we desire into our lives. They say that we are to use all of our given senses to feel how our dreams would feel. We need to hear it. We need to see it. We need to taste it. We need to smell it. And lastly we need to feel it! Feel how it would make you feel inside when you have accomplished your goal or finally have that something you've been wanting for a long time. The mind can conceive anything. And if we can imagine it, then we can make it our reality. They say that the mind cannot differentiate between reality and imagination. The mind knows no difference. So take that into consideration. The mind cannot tell the difference between real and unreal thoughts! So we can choose to think about whatever we like. They say we can trick our mind into believing something is real. I'm sure we are all familiar with the Placebo Effect. It's the same idea. The mind will respond to what we choose to believe is real. We can think about whatever we want, so why not think about the things that we enjoy, and want to come into our existence? We can imagine what our dreams feel like. We can see them in our mind. Use all of your senses to draw in whatever it is that you desire.

Our five senses are valuable tools that we should take full advantage of each and every day. Bring your dreams into your life by imagining them first, and see the results. What is it you want?  

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