Prosper Now

What if you could realize your money goals with no effort?

People who make the most often work the least!
They employ time tested, universal laws that attract the opportunities they desire. These laws are secret to most because they require understanding and persistent use. Most people would rather work hard than patiently practice the spiritual principles that make these laws work for them. If you are one of the few willing to try them for 30 days, here’s a way to begin.

#1. Be completely CLEAR what you want.

#2. Write it down & believe it can happen.

#3. Review your words frequently – once a day or more.

#4. Decide how much money you want to make.

#5. Clarify what stands between you and making it (know your blocks, stops, fears, doubts).

#6. Acknowledge that in the realm of idea you already have what you want with gratitude.

#7. Forgive anyone & anything that you feel has EVER wronged you – this blocks prosperity.

#8. Continuously practice gratitude by writing daily at least 5 things for which you are grateful. Now you must be crystal clear YOU KNOW WHAT YOU WANT in your life, your work, your relationships.

#9. Turn your “wants” into intentions & your intentions into bite size goals you can measure.These are your stepping stones to success.

#10. Plan a success party to celebrate what you manifest.

#11.  One more step.  Publish your results and/or questions HERE!

Sustainable Prosperity

“Prosper Now”
By Rev. Marilyn Miller
Creating more prosperity is simpler than you think. Prosperity is more than creating a bigger income. Your true Source is Universal and not dependent on the economy, your job, or other circumstances.

Step #1: Set Your Priorities
Prosperity begins by focusing on the priorities that create an abundant life. The author of Think And Grow Rich, tells us the most successful people list their priorities as follows:
1). Peace Of Mind 2). Good Health
3). Positive Relationships 4). Meaningful Work 5). Material Wealth
Step #2: Know What You Want
Prosperity begins by clarifying what you want and writing it down. Then build an image of what your desire looks like. Include the amount of money you want from expected and unexpected income.
Step #3: Believe You Deserve It
You need not be a saint to receive. You deserve good because it is available and you do not take away anything from others. If you focus on mistakes and life’s difficult experiences, you block your desires.
Step #4: Feel The Emotions of Having Your Desire Now
Create the feelings and emotions of receiving: Gratitude, Peace of Mind, Love & Joy. Choose one or two feelings you want when you have received your good and practice them as you visualize what you want.
Step $5: Think & speak about solutions & answers.
Create a feeling of being open to receive. Forgive your self and others and express gratitude in all situations. Don’t discuss your problems with others. Think about possible solutions. Act as if you already have what you want.

For more information check out “Holidays & Heroes”  The power of seasonal celebrations.  OracleofOjai.com

Here’s A Valentine Greeting

Valentines’ Day is the perfect time to call an old friend and thank your co-workers, teachers, and family members. Valentine’s are no longer just for lovers. They’re for everyone! Remember celebration is the highest form of human energy. Celebration brings vital life force to our very cells, the root of the word celebration.
The celebration of love in February began in ancient Rome when young lovers imitated the behavior of the birds that began building their nests mid February. That Mediterranean climate you know.
Later a priest named Valentine was said to have performed wedding ceremonies in secret because the Empower wanted young men to go to war, not be distracted by marriage and families.
But we have Queen Victoria to thank for the proliferation of those beautiful lacy cards that were sent in the name of romantic love.
Today Valentine cards are created for anyone and everyone. What a great idea to remember those who we care about, those we truly love admire and appreciate.
I’m sending a special joyful Valentine wish to YOU today on the day we remember to say a heartfelt “I love you”. Plus I am asking you to pay it forward. You will feel so good and others will be so glad you took a little time to remember and appreciate them with a Valentine greeting.
For more information Valentine’s Day and other holidays, check out “Holidays & Heroes”, the roots, purpose & meaning of holidays for people of all faiths. www.OracleofOjai.

Midwinter Planting of Seed Thoughts

 

Midwinter Planting Seed Thoughts by Marilyn Miller.

At Midwinter, February 4, 2012, the time of returning light, choose a Seed Thought and plant it in your subconscious.

Seed thoughts are little gems to meditate on.  Contemplate a Seed Thought from list below and contemplate deeper and deeper meanings allowing their messages to be revealed.  Select one and stick to it for a week or so before choosing a new one.  Meditate on it and see how it applies to your daily life, how it improves peace of mind and well-being.  Please let me know what you discover.  I am interested.  Marilyn at OracleofOjai.com

Seed Thoughts:  I am a seed within the Infinite Mind of the Divine Mother

If peaceful men & women could remain centered all things would be in harmony.

The eternal void, the womb of all creation, is filled with infinite possibilities.

The Goddess can keep giving as there is no end to her wealth.

The path of progress is from world to world, from star to star, without end.

The Goddess walks her chosen path, allowing no criticism to disturb her peace.

Praise every soul, if you cannot, let that one pass out of your life.

The Goddess faith is between her and her Creator.

The Goddess within proceeds to a sacred goal without detour or hesitation.

There was something formless & perfect before the world was formed.

The Goddess has no material mind of her own, she works with the people.

The best leader follows the will of the people.

The Goddess travels all day without leaving home.

For other information on holidays see our book, “America’s Holidays & Heroes”.