Archive for the ‘Prosperity’ category

Miracles Start to Happen

May 4, 2007

“Miracles start to happen when you give as much energy to your dreams as you do to your fears”.

Do you spend more time thinking about what you don’t want and your fears rather than what you do want in your life? For most people (probably almost all people) that is the case unless there is a consistent and conscious effort in monitoring your way of thinking.

It is much more productive and empowering to focus on what we want to accomplish, who we want to be, positive changes we can make in the world around us. However, it takes a conscious effort to stay focused on the positive and not get caught up in the “drama” of everyday living. The key is to stay Aware of our thoughts.

Thoughts lead to feelings. Feelings lead to actions. Actions lead to results.

So, where do your thoughts come from? Why do you think differently than the person standing next to you in the check out line?

Your thinking comes from the folders of information in your brain. Your past conditioning determines every thought that is coming up in your mind. That is why we hear the term “conditioned mind”.

Your programming leads to thoughts, which lead to feelings which lead to actions.

If you are not getting the results you want in life, you need to change the programming. This topic will be explored further in my next blog.

Miracles start to happen when we change our programming and live from true choice in the present moment rather than being run by programming from the past.

Kathy Talkin
The Past Does Not Equal the Future”


Is Desiring Massive Wealth Selfish?

May 2, 2007

Is Desiring Massive Wealth Selfish?


When it comes to monetary wealth, most (if not all) people would love to have the

freedom that money can bring, yet I often hear those same people put down

people who live an abundant lifestyle. Jealousy? Maybe, but I think it goes

deeper than that. Is desiring massive wealth really selfish?


How many times have you heard someone say something to the effect of

“I don’t need tons of money – just enough to live comfortably and get by”.

It is usually stated as if it is a positive thing – this person does not want to

take anything away from another person who may need the money more than they do.

Have you ever thought about that way of thinking as being SELFISH? Why do I say that?

Because that person is only thinking of HIM or HERSELF!


How much can you do for others if you only have enough for you to live

comfortably? If you make a million dollars a year, does that take away from another

person’s lifestyle? No, it doesn’t. They will live in the same way whether you have lots of

money or not.


We have an abundant universe – there is plenty for all. Of course, many people do

not live abundantly for way too many reasons to write about in this post.


However, if YOU create massive wealth in your life, you can certainly improve

the lot of many people. How joyful would it be to make a huge impact on the

lives of your loved ones and other people/causes you care about?


 Is desiring massive wealth selfish? Think of the

positive impact you can make in the world with a boatload of cash and then answer that question.


Kathy Talkin

” The Past Does  Not Equal  the Future.”