Good morning! Jason here. How’s it going? Well, I hope you’re enjoying spring as much as I am.
I’m still actually a bit sleepy. Stayed up late to re-read an old favorite book.
I must say how I found it was quite serendipitous.
You see, I finally got myself to start spring cleaning at home. And as I was sorting through my boxes, I saw this book tucked under my papers.
It was The Alchemist by Paulo Coehlo.
Are you familiar with it? Have you read it?
Absolutely one of my favorites!
I even remember so many lines from the book…
“And, when you want something, all the universe conspires in helping you to achieve it.”
“It’s the possibility of having a dream come true that makes life interesting.”
“People are capable, at any time in their lives, of doing what they dream of.”
Okay, so you’re probably thinking I’ve gone flaky on you for getting so enthused about this, especially since The Alchemist pretty much reads like a children’s storybook.
But as cheesy as it may sound, I really believe that the Universe does conspire with us and gives us what we want. I’ve seen it happen in my life, and in my friends’ lives too.
It can conspire with you, but only if you know how to talk to it.
Stop right there. Before you decide that one of my screws has really popped loosed, hear me out first.
A lot of scientific and psychologocial studies have been made to show that the human mind is very powerful. So powerful that doctors also believe some of our illnesses are caused by psychosomatic factors. On the reverse, it also is capable of attracting positive energy from our surroundings.
Have you noticed that there are some folks around you that seem to just have everything, have so much more than you? With half the effort!
Don’t hate them. (Okay, I used to hate them, but now, I don’t any more.)
The only difference they have, is that they’ve probably learned earlier how to speak the Universe’s language.
Listen, if this all sounds like hokum to you, let me introduce you to a good friend, Heather Matthews. She’s the better expert on showing you on how fine-tune your thinking and actions to attract success.
Life really is generous to those who pursue their destiny.
Give me 2% of your trust, and check this out.
The thing is, if you prove yourself right, then your life stays the same, and you’ve lost nothing.
If you prove yourself wrong, then you stand to gain pretty much everything you’ve ever wanted.
So it’s win-win right?
Have a great day,
P.S. The Alchemist doesn’t have to be just a story for you. You can make it real.