You know, it really doesn't matter what your belief system is.  And when I say that, I mean it doesn't matter to me.  To be perfectly honest, I don't care what your belief system is.  This is because I believe certain Universal Laws.  One of them is that what you believe is what's true for you from a spiritual/psychological/quantum perspective.  Doesn't matter which of those perspectives you see that particular law from, but every one of them states it as true.

Now, another one of those Universal Laws that I believe in, and again, these laws are true regardless of your perspective, is the Law of Expectation.  Now I'm still trying to figure out all the Universal Laws and what they are and what they mean, and realistically I'm not sure that I ever will, but I'm going to keep working on it with an expectation of success.

So if you're a regular reader you know I'm big in to the Law of Attraction, meaning that what you focus on is what you draw into your life.  This is where all the experts tend to miss another opportunity when they talk about getting clear.  Many of them just seem to assume you know what they mean when, in fact, unless they tell you because you're fairly new to all this (or, like me, you can be incredibly dense and just not get it) you're not going to get it.  What getting clear means is that you've sat and thought about what it is you actually want and then you clearly focus on that.

Now that we've cleared up what they mean by "getting clear", regular readers will also know I'm into what John Assaraf calls the Law of GOYA.  Just to clarify, it's not a law about being a non-Yiddish speaker.  GOYA stands for Getting Off Your A$$.  The Law of Attraction and the Law of Action are not mutually exclusive.  If you want to attract then at some point you will have to act.  The point here is that if you're in flow then the action, while vital, doesn't have to feel like hard work.  It should seem more like inspired action to you.

So what the hell has this got to do with the Law of Expectation?  And the answer is absolutely everything.  Expectation is the key.  Or, more accurately, expectation is the lynch pin that everything hinges on.

The reason why Expectation is so absolutely vital is that our results are determined by our expectations.  If we expect success then the result we get will be success, either the success we want or some variation of it.  We won't encounter failure even though we might successfully uncover opportunities to learn to do what we're doing better so we can get the results we want.

However, if we expect failure, that's the result we'll get.  The reason is mindset.  Positive mindsets actually don't believe in failure as opposed to learning experiences.  Negative mindsets believe in failure.

To give another example I recently was awarded my certification as a Neuro-Liguistic Programming Practitioner after doing a final exam that took me several hours to complete.  I expected to pass the exam well.  I passed the exam well.  I now expect to be a qualified Life Coach in the next few weeks, and because I have that expectation, I know it will happen.  In the New Year, I expect to be certified as a Clinical Hypnotherapist, so it will happen that way.

As regular readers will know, I am on a weight reduction journey.  I expect to shed weight permanently whether there are hurdles or not.  I am shedding weight.  I have friends who expect to remain fat because they don't believe in any of this mindset "crap" as they call it, or any of the Universal Laws.  They expect to remain fat regardless of how many calories they've reduced theire food intake to or how much they exercise.  They remain fat.  I expect to burn calories in my sleep and wake up thinner, revitalized and ready for exercise.  I do.  They expect to put weight on overnight and wake up rundown and hating the thought of getting out of bed.  That's true too.

Are you starting to see the theme here?  Whatever you focus on, whatever you expect, is what you attract and what the result is that you'll achieve.  You really do need to understand that it all starts with you and you alone.  Then once you get that and start moving forward, that's when you start to create a team.  But that's a story for another time, like when I understand that one.  Have a great day.



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    G'day everyone.  I'm an Aussie Life Coach, Clinical Hypnotist (www.americanallianceofhypnotists.org)  and author with a passion for making every relationship in our lives the best it can be.   I work at local, state, national and international levels.  I am also a Callahan Techniques Thought Field Therapy practitioner trained by Eugene Piccinotti TFT - dx, and I studied Neuro Linguistic Programming Master Practitioner Level (MNLP) under Steve G Jones at the American University of Neuro-Linguistic Programming
    (http://www.aunlp.org).  In other words, as a coach, I'll use whatever I have to use to help you to make the changes you want to make.