A thought pattern for moving

  • October 16, 2011 at 2:33 am #2377
    Jeremy Krenzelak
    Keymaster

    We dont’ own a home, but are leasing homes for the time we are living here because we know that eventually we intend to move someplace else to our “forever home” when the finances show up.

    We now would like a change of scenery and would like to be closer to my husband’s job. We are extremely picky about the homes we lease, as we desire privacy and a good setting where homes are not too close together. It’s been tough looking because the right place just does not come up. There has been neighbor trouble in our current place, but we have changed our thought pattern about that to “I am grateful for wonderful, considerate neighbors”. That still seems to be a lie, but it’s getting to be less of a lie the more I affirm it.

    I am affirming now “I am grateful for the perfect home in the perfect setting coming to me”. There is no negative thought here whatsoever.

    Is there a way to have this come faster so we can maybe moved in the timeframe that we desire?

    Thank you.

    October 16, 2011 at 6:11 am #2385
    Amanda Devine
    Keymaster

    When we put words into affirmation we need to pay attention to every single word. It says in the Bible, “Every idle word is accounted for.”

    If you say that your perfect home is coming to you, it will be coming and coming and coming….

    Say this, “I am so grateful that I live in a perfect home in the perfect setting.” Now, you are living in that perfect home. It is already here. When you have that in your mind it will happen so much faster!!! :woohoo:

    As you see it is not only positive words that we need to pay attention to but also how we say it. That is the real fun!!! 😉

    October 16, 2011 at 6:21 am #2387
    Jeremy Krenzelak
    Keymaster

    [quote=”amanda” post=1842]Say this, “I am so grateful that I live in a perfect home in the perfect setting.” Now, you are living in that perfect home. It is already here. When you have that in your mind it will happen so much faster!!! :woohoo:

    As you see it is not only positive words that we need to pay attention to but also how we say it. That is the real fun!!! ;)[/quote]

    I must admit I am a bit confused by that, because to me that makes it sound like I am already living in the perfect place in the perfect setting. It seems like that will keep me here in this house.

    October 17, 2011 at 2:55 am #2395
    Amanda Devine
    Keymaster

    [quote=”[email protected]” post=1844][quote=”amanda” post=1842]Say this, “I am so grateful that I live in a perfect home in the perfect setting.” Now, you are living in that perfect home. It is already here. When you have that in your mind it will happen so much faster!!! :woohoo:

    As you see it is not only positive words that we need to pay attention to but also how we say it. That is the real fun!!! ;)[/quote]

    I must admit I am a bit confused by that, because to me that makes it sound like I am already living in the perfect place in the perfect setting. It seems like that will keep me here in this house.[/quote]

    In this case say this; “I am so grateful that I live in a new perfect home in the perfect setting.” Add the “new” to it. 🙂

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