Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) February 23, 2009
Parker Seminars Las Vegas invited Jack Canfield, best-selling author and originator of the Chicken Soup for the Soul series and featured guru in the famous book and movie The Secret, to share his insight into the Law of Attraction and explain how to create an amazing future filled with love, joy, abundance, and personal fulfillment.
"Where we put our intention, that's where energy flows and manifestation occurs," said Canfield. "How do you know what you were thinking of in the past? Look at what you have right now."
The Law of Attraction is based on the belief that whatever vibrations are sent into the universe--every thought, every action--will come back. It has three steps: Ask--decide what you want. Believe--expect it and take action. Receive--create a vibration match for what you want.
"If you focus on your vision, you're going to get more vision," said Canfield. "The Law of Attraction will bring you everything you want, but you have to be intentional, and you must have discipline to ground the value."
However, it isn't an instantaneous process. First, one must learn to take 100 percent responsibility for their actions and stop placing the blame on others. "Act like you've created everything that happens to you," said Canfield. "Because if you look, you might find that you did create it, and you can un-create it."
"You are that higher power," said Canfield. "Write down everything that isn't exactly how you want it. Next, write how it is supposed to be. Then get it done. Handle it. You can create your life that way."
The chiropractic profession has limitless potential that can be reached by dreaming big and having absolute certainty that those dreams will come true. "People are in amazing stress in our culture, and [chiropractors] have the answer," said Canfield. "It's not just something flowing through you; it is you. It's an act of loving yourself when you're loving others. You help people let go of what they're hanging on to and what's putting them in worse and worse shape."
Most people are conditioned to set their sights on what is traditionally believed to be reasonable or just enough. But instead, Canfield says the secret is to think and dream big. "You're thinking anyway. Think bigger."
# # #