The Book of Positive Aspects


Now begin making lists of things that you feel good about. Fill your notebooks full of them. Make lists of positive aspects. Make lists of things you love. Go the restaurant and look for your favorite thing, and never complain about anything. Look for the thing you like the best even if there is only one thing. Give it your full attention, and use it as your excuse to be who you truly are. As you look for those things that make you shine bright, and make you feel good, you’ll tune to who you are, and the whole world will begin to transform before your eyes.

Ask and It Is Given:

To begin the process of the Book of Positive Aspects, purchase a notebook that feels good when you hold it in your hands. Choose a pleasing color, with a line width that matches your writing style, with paper that allows your favorite pen to glide along comfortably, and which opens comfortably and lies flat.

Because of the action that will be involved in this process, not only is an improved degree of focus certain, but with the focus will come an increase in both your clarity and in your feeling of being alive.

Now, on the cover of your notebook write: My Book of Positive Aspects.

It would be beneficial to set aside at least 20 minutes for this process on your first day, but after that, you could continue in smaller increments of time. However, you may discover the benefits of this process to be so rewarding, and the good feelings within the process so satisfying, that you may want to spend even more time at it.

Next, at the top of the first page of your notebook, write the name or a brief description of someone or something that you always feel good about. It could be the name of your lovable cat, your best friend, or the person you are in love with. It could be the name of your favorite city or restaurant. And as you focus upon the name or title that you have written, ask yourself these questions: What do I like about you? Why do I love you so much? What are your positive aspects?

Then, gently and easily, begin writing down the thoughts that come to you in response to your questions. Do not try to force these ideas, but let them flow easily through you onto your paper. Write as long as the thoughts flow, and then read what you have written and enjoy your own words.

Now, turn to the next page and write another name or title of someone or something that you feel good about, and then repeat the process until your 20 minutes has passed.

You may discover, even during the first sitting, that you will have managed to activate within yourself such a powerful vibration of appreciation and Well-Being that ideas of other names or titles for your Book of Positive Aspects will continue to flow to you; and when they do, take the time, if you can, to enter those titles at the top of other pages in your book. If you feel you have the time to ask the questions: What do I like about you, why do I love you so much, and what are your positive aspects? then do so at that time; if not, wait until tomorrow, when you will begin the process again.

The more positive aspects you search for, the more you are going to find; and the more positive aspects you find, the more you will search for more. In the process, you will activate within yourself a high vibration of Well-Being (which matches who you really are). And you will feel wonderful. And even better: This vibration will become so practiced that it will become your dominant vibration, and all aspects of your experience will now begin to reflect this higher vibration.

As soon as your notebook is filled, you will probably find yourself eager to purchase another and another, for there is a true power of focus in the experience of writing, and there is a true power of connecting to your own Source Energy in the experience of writing things that feel good when you write them.

The benefits of this process will be many: You will feel wonderful during the process. Your point of attraction will continue to improve, no matter how good it is now. Your relationship with each subject that you write about will become richer and more satisfying—and the Law of Attraction will deliver even more wonderful people, places, experiences, and things for you to enjoy.


Pet your cat. Quiet your mind. Stop watching those programs that inflame that. Stop talking to those people that talk about those things that keep you pointed that way. Look for reasons to feel good. Make a list of positive aspects. Buy a notebook and make a list of positive aspects. Look for things to appreciate.

In other words, you can’t think about THAT and something else at the same time. So it is really about think and feel, think and feel, think and feel, think and feel, think and feel.

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