DAY 6: Build Momentum
Welcome to Day 6 of Busting Negative Thought Habits—Build Momentum—the prerequisite course for our vision book and DIY publishing curriculum. To order the complete mini-course, or other beginning, intermediate or advanced self-publishing resources and tools, go to the Deborah S. Nelson Bookstore. Otherwise, just keep reading for the free stuff—which is a great place to start.
Yesterday day and the day before we identified two types of desires, instant gratification desires and yesterday our own pure desires. Today we will ask you to take the new thought-step of substitution.
Trading in Old Thoughts for Newer Ones
Imagine you are going to a car dealership and you are trading in your older worn out car that is maybe leaking a little oil, has a little dent on the bumper, and perhaps the button on the radio isn’t working quite right. You are going to get a brand new car, with incredible gas mileage, beautiful gadgets, and that new car smell. You get in it drive it home, and wow, it just drives so easily and quietly, everything works effortlessly.
Build Momentum with New Thoughts
So that’s what we want you to do for today’s thought-step. You are going to exchange one run down instant gratification desires for a souped-up turbo desire. Remember, this is an easy 10-day thought step process, where we are working on changing our thought patterns to be more conducive to attracting our dreams to reality. We don’t actually ask you to change your behavior, or make any life-changing decisions or drop any serious addictions.
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New Thought Habits Build Momentum in Your Life
This mini-course asks you to learn a new habit of thinking. Each day we ask you to practice a new habit. Therefore, today we ask you to take one minute out to contemplate how it would feel, or look, or sound if you took one instant gratification desire and replaced it with one new pure desire.
Imagine how you would feel. Would have more pep in your step? How would it look? Would you be watching less TV at night and replacing it with writing that novel you always wanted to write? Exactly what would it look like to replace one instant gratification desire with one pure and true desire of your heart?