Jan 13, 2011

Posted by Sonia Morrison in Uncategorized | 0 Comments

Do You Know The Four Horseman of Bondage?

1) Poverty 2) Fear 3) Illiteracy 4) Superstition

I do not want the four horsemen of bondage; poverty, fear, illiteracy and superstition, holding me back. I am ready for the master key of deliverance, which includes belief, gratitude, open mind, quick action, acceptance of defeats as challenges, constant action on a specific burning belief, believe and you shall receive. I do believe that I can know what I want, and get it.

I revel and bask in the glow of knowing I am able to bathe in gratitude of the physical, in my mind’s eye,  even before I hold it in my hand.

I can keep my mind open and act immediately on inspiration, knowing that defeats are simply, another opportunity to challenge any remaining doubts.

Conceive, Believe, Achieve

These are the questions I asked myself this morning:
What if  I could learn to ask the right questions, at the right time?
What if  I learn to believe and trust in myself, this year?
What if  I am successful, this weekend, in completing my four year retirement plan and stick to it?
What if  I am effective in making good money choices in 2011 and beyond?
What if  I become and continue to be consistent with good habits?
What if  I flock with other successful people?
What if  I am able to organize, lead and inspire in a big way?

“It is wanting that keeps us Alive.”

I recommend “The King’s Speech”, if you have not seen it yet.

Also, my favorite movie, of all time, is “Dangerous Beauty”. we have this in BlueRay and it is made by the same producers that created “Legends of The Fall”. It is a true story about a poet and courtesan, set in 1853 “Venice, the richest, most decadent city in all of Europe. Lived for love, lust and beauty. Pleasure than our only duty.” The movie written about “the most educated women in the world” is by Jeanine Dominy and is based on the story of “The Honest Courtesan” by Margaret Rosenthal. The stars include Catherine McCormack and Rufus Sewell. Two of the secrets shared are that to give pleasure you must know pleasure and desire begins in the mind. Both of these historical movies defy class convention and fill your mind, eye and heart.

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