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It Works: The Famous Little Red Book That Makes Your Dreams Come True! Pamphlet – 1992
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I just started to write want list and make vision board but I encounter many doubts and setbacks along the way. All doubts became more confusing when I researched more articles teaching Vision Boards and Law of Attraction. The writers are just "blah..blah..blah", not straight to the point about contradiction beliefs and thoughts. Such as,
1) I'm a Buddhist. Buddhism teach about "Cause & Effect" and past-lives. So my question is "how can you get what you want if you never create the cause of that desire before you were born."
ANSWER : "It Works" book explained shortly but precisely about thought-wave, in one page only and you become so very clear.
2) Some of my friends and I feel that "Wanting anything for yourself is a bit selfish". You "should" want something higher for the greater good.
ANSWER : "It Works" book explained in one page also that you can make your want list for ANYTHING. But it's wise to attain a smaller goal first to gain the confidence and then move to higher purpose. "To get is to give", the book said. But to give fully, it's more possible when you gain something first, to train your mind before reaching higher.
3) Many Vision board articles/ TV interview give general idea about where to put the list (or board) : display it where you can see it daily.
ANSWER : This book specifically said in only one sentence : put it where it is "the most important place for you."
Wow, it's easy yet so powerful instruction.
4) Some Vision board articles complained in long length about "not getting what you want so it doesn't work".
ANSWER : This little book said it clearly that you "trust and never ask how. IT WILL COME." Period.
5) Can I share my goal/want list to anyone? (Cause Jack Canfield of Chicken soup series suggested you to "SHARE" your goal so people can help you to attain it.)
ANSWER : Don't tell anyone. To prevent negative people ruining it. You need to surround your life with positive people who share common goals.
Then you tell your goal list only to The Higher power within you.
6) LOA teach us "to get what you ask for you need to be grateful". But it's so difficult for me even I want to be thankful so bad because I had a rough life.
ANSWER : "People who can't give gratitude is because they are not happy."
Boom, right to my heart. Eye-opening moment. It breakdowns my barriers. Thank you so much.
*With only 10-15 pages this tiny book will transform your life.*
Seriously. That's essentially it. It sounds crazy, but there is an underlying method to the madness. Writing it down helps you to explore exactly what you want and why you want it. Re-reading and reflecting on it often puts you in a position where you are always focused on your goal. If you are constantly focused on your goal, you are more likely to eventually take the necessary steps toward it. Not discussing it with anyone is really about not exposing yourself to the naysayers and internalizing that negativity. You should strive to surround yourself with people who have similar goals. Those are the people that you should be talking to. It doesn't really matter what the goal is and none of this is groundbreaking or earth-shattering. It's basically a reiteration of what many people already know. Some of us just need a nice little reminder and a pep talk from time to time. For two bucks, it works.
1) be the national champ in rowing.
2) become a member of the national rowing team.
I looked at it three times a day for about two weeks and then i stopped doing it. The results ended up like this:
Finished 2nd at the national championships and i got invited to join the national team.
I will defitneley keep on writing my goals ! And so should you!
It worked for me. The book has you write down the things you want and read them 3x a day every day. As an example, I am an olympic weightlifting athlete who is somewhat new in the "field". Most people who compete on National level championships have trained for at least 7 years, whereas I have only trained for 1 year. I wrote down that I wanted to win first place in the National Olympic Weightlifting Championship. I admit it didn't feel like something attainable at the time, but guess what? I won. It was like everything fell into place. That competition was made for me.
I wrote it all 3 months before the competition. All of the other things I wrote down in my book came true as well with the exception of one that I'm still reading out every day.
Try it; There's nothing to lose! It's a cheap and to the point book! Worth it! And it works. ;)