Whoever has will be given more

The year 2016 is completed and we have entered the year 2017. How did you start this year? Did you change anything within yourself in relation to the year 2017? Have you forgiven yourself and others for all things that happened to you (or didn’t happen) in 2016, and have you set new goals at the beginning of 2017?

Do you know, which was my greatest »mistake« in the last few years? I literally forgot, that it all starts in the human being itself, in his mind, with his inner soliloquy and human imagination. The search for solutions “out there” has not borne much fruit, so it was necessary to concentrate on the inside, even though I had to “force it”.

How do we see ourselves and other people? What do we see in ourselves and in others? Perhaps at this very moment we are faced with different challenges and trials in our life. It is necessary to be aware, that we cause everything by ourselves … and also the solution for this situation. How? Let’s get the turn …

The following quote from the Bible is one of the most misunderstood:

Whoever has will be given more, and he will have an abundance.
Whoever does not have, even what he has will be taken from him. – Matthew 13:12

Usually it is interpreted in the sense, that the rich are becoming richer and the poor even poorer. And then follows the thinking how unfair the world is for those, who do not have. In the book THE MAGIC, written by Rhonda Byrne, I saw for the first time, that the quote can be understood quite differently, if we add one word  – gratitude.

Whoever has gratitude, will be given more, and he/she will have an abundance.
Whoever does not have gratitude, he/she has will be taken from him/her.

In this way all becomes more logical and understandable and the situation can be seen in an entirely new light and the puzzle of life gets another missing piece. However … we can go one step further and write it like this:

Whoever has imagination, will be given more, and he/she will have an abundance.
Whoever does not have imagination, he/she has will be taken from him/her.

Remember, that gratitude and imagination always go hand in hand. After the first hermetically law everything is a thought and the universe is a thought. So it follows, that we also are a thought and that we create (with our creative thoughts) our own reality. If you examine your life, you will probably find out, that you actually first had a thought and then the thought has become a material occurrence.

How can this be used practically in your life?

A friend calls you and after a short conversation he mentions, that he still doesn’t have a job. Than another time you meet a friend, who tells you, that she has health problems. You get an e-mail from a friend, who tells you, that he has financial problems. And now it is up to you. Are you able to see the “invisible” and do a review of all of the above mentioned events?

As soon as you finish the phone conversation with your friend, play in your mind a scene, in which this friend enthusiastically reports you, that he has finally got a new job. After the meeting with your friend you should revise the whole meeting, where your friend tells you, how she recovered and is now completely healthy. Upon the receipt of the e-mail message you should see in your mind, how you get an e-mail message in which the friend tells you, that his finances are o know and that he makes money with ease.

I know, some of you will say – this is a child’s play, but … what can you lose, if you use this advice in your everyday life. Each of us is rooted in another human being, and if you wish someone negative things, you actually attract bad or good things in your life, because there is nothing outside of us, everything is inside of us. Of course it is upon each individual, how it will be used in his own and someone else’s welfare.

In Slovenia we quite often hear the thinking: “Just to see the neighbor’s cow die …” Those who are spiritually aware know very well, that if the neighbor’s cow dies, actually theirs also dies. The message of the Philippians 4:8 says: “Finally, beloved, whatever is true, whatever is honorable, whatever is just, whatever is pure, whatever is pleasing, whatever is commendable, if there is any excellence and if there is anything worthy of praise, think about these things.”

This means, that our thoughts should be the most exalted, the most noble and the most joyful. And we can do it now, at this moment, and we see the good in people and we feel for their own good.

The stories of the Bible are speaking exclusively about the power of the imagination. These are truly techniques of prayers, because prayers are the secret of the future, but we will talk about this another time.

As Neville Goddard said, the human being is the source of the action, the managing mind, and even those, who hears the prayer. The basic stone which has all other things based on, is his thinking about himself.

The assumptions (about yourself or about others), even though false, they will become facts, if we hold on to them. People have only one substance, which can be used in the creation of our own world – ourselves. And what we have … will be given to us.

I wish you to be accompanied by an abundance of all good things!

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