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7 rules for any of your wishes to come true

Psychologists believe that our desires will be fulfilled if we write them down in a certain way. The truth is that the thoughts that race through our minds cannot be registered by the Universe as desires.

On the other hand, if you can focus on your true desire and follow the seven rules below, your aspirations will come true.

Rule 1. The wish has to be written down

Make sure to put your wish on paper as clearly as possible. Despite its apparent simplicity, this is not such a straightforward task: it is not easy to write down exactly what you want to happen. Let’s say, you write, “I want to have my own house.” This sentence is apparently correct, but it is fundamentally wrong for your purpose. Your wish can be fulfilled, but it is not sure when. Desires without a deadline or time of fulfillment are meaningless. Therefore, you also need to observe the following rule:

Rule 2. The wish must have a fulfillment time

For example: “In the summer of 2019, I will have a big and beautiful cottage.” Never just write, “I’m going to buy a cottage.”

Your wish will probably come true, but it is unknown when. Therefore, before writing down a wish, think about when you want it to be fulfilled (within reasonable limits, of course). Now let’s move on to the third rule.

Rule 3. Record your desire in the present tense

In other words, instead of “I’ll have my own house,” you should write, “I’ve bought my own house.” The most important moment of making your wish is to imagine that you already have a house.

7 rules for any of your wishes to come true

Rule 4. Never use the word “no” or any other negative words

Here’s another common mistake: “I don’t want to be poor.” A legitimate wish, but is it correctly written? No, not at all! The spirit world does not register the word “no” and other negative words. You say, “I don’t want to be poor.” and the Universe, ignoring the word “no,” receives the message, “I want to be poor!”

Our imagination acts like a magnet, attracting the things we think about. When you say to yourself, “I don’t want to be poor,” you automatically attract poverty because you in fact think and talk about poverty. What you have to do is to say, “I want to be rich!”

Rule 5. Write down your desire in minute details, including your emotions as well

When you start writing down a wish, make sure that you focus on it and describe it as detailed as you can. If you want to have a new house, describe it completely, starting from the veranda, location and number of rooms, ending with the place where you will place your favorite vase. Imagine your delight when you move into your new house, and write it down as well.

Rule 6. Record your desire as a prayer

It is very important that your desire does not harm others. Through the gesture of writing down the desire, you humbly ask for God’s help. Emphasize the positive outcomes of your desire. For example: “Let my future house be full of joy and happiness. May my children and grandchildren continue their lives here and may their lives be full of love. May this desire of mine bring me not only happiness, but also something more.”

Do you notice the wording: “and something more?” There is no need to limit God in his ability to help you. You are worthy not only of the desire you make, but also of other benefits that He can give you.

Rule 7. Never think about your desire alone

After putting it down on paper, you have to calmly give up your desire and even forget about it. Obsessive feelings and thoughts will only interfere with the fulfillment of the desire. Release your dream, but act to reach it!

After you wrote a wish and hid it in a secret place, start acting towards fulfilling it. Be careful not violate the harmony of the universe in order to achieve your goal. Act carefully and reasonably, and your wish will come true.

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