DAZ: TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE?
I POSTED A QUOTE THIS MORNING
“The old adage, 'If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is' isn't always correct. In fact, the suspicion, cynicism, and doubt that are inherent in this belief can and does keep people from taking advantage of excellent opportunities.” ― Richard Carlson, Don't Worry, Make Money: Spiritual and Practical Ways to Create Abundance and More Fun in Your Life
THAT KINDA SEWS UP THIS WHOLE DINAR/CURRENCY THING IN A NUTSHELL,,,,AND IT ALSO GIVES A GLIMPSE OF OUR POSSIBLE FUTURE PERSPECTIVES
ANYWAY....I CHASED DOWN THE BOOK AND AUTHOR AND FOUND THIS WRITING FROM CHAPTER ONE OF THE BOOK CREDITED
THIS IS ALSO REPRESENTS A LOT OF THE DINAR EXPERIENCE FOR MANY
Attachment : creates fear that gets in your way: What if I lose? What if the deal doesn't go through? What if I'm rejected? What if, what if, what if. . . Your belief that everything must work out exactly as you want it to with no glitches creates enormous pressure. Everything rides on your success.
Nonattachment, on the other hand, works like magic. It allows you to have fun in your efforts, to enjoy the process. It helps you succeed at whatever you are doing by giving you the confidence you need. It takes the pressure off. You win regardless of the outcome.
The act of not worrying helps you focus and stay on purpose.
It helps you stay out of your own way. You know in your heart that, even if things don't work out the way you hope they will, everything will be all right. You'll be okay. You'll learn from the experience. You'll do better next time.
This attitude of acceptance helps you move on to the next step in your path. Rather than being lost or immobilized in disappointment or regret, you simply move on--with confidence and joy.
IWFG1818: :DAZ - the gift that keeps on giving...
"The old adage, 'If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is' isn't always correct. In fact, the suspicion, cynicism, and doubt that are inherent in this belief can and does keep people from taking advantage of excellent opportunities.”
Here we are, this small group of people drawn together by fate or fortune, sharing at least one thing in common, regardless of all else: we believed at some point in the real possibility of something that surely on its surface sounds too good to be true:
That we could actually turn a few hundred or thousand dollars into a few million dollars in ten blink of an eye, with very little effort or risk.
The whole concept defies logic and common sense.
So it might then follow that that the subsequent alchemical process itself might also defy logic or common sense. It all, in its entirety, simply exists outside the rational mind. It cannot be defined by what we think we know to be true.
There are other, bigger and more powerful forces at play.
Yet here we are, relentlessly waiting...and we can either moan and groan and be constantly frustrated by the nonsensical nature of the process or we can feel blessed to have found our way.
May we all be blessed. Soon! Please!