Celeste Smucker Nellysford, VA, United States
Chapter 11 The mystery of Sex Transmutation
Have you ever been to a company convention? If it is
any good it is designed to get you so excited you jump
out of your seat, to applaud, or to shout out in excitement
your enthusiasm for the message from the stage.
You may experience something similar at a sports event
when someone makes a great play or hits a game winning
home run, or when your team wins a playoff game.
You are full of enthusiasm about everything at that moment.
If you allow yourself to get caught up in enthusiasm like this
it will carry you to places you may not usually go. The
energy generated stimulates your creative imagination
and you begin to see and feel yourself in a very positive
light, succeeding in your business, or your relationships.
If you are at a convention you see yourself joining the winners
up on the stage and you have no doubt that when you get home
your business will be transformed. You are capable of making
the calls, building the team and doing the tasks you need to do
to succeed and you know it without a doubt in those moments.
The emotional intensity allows you to see yourself as you really
are...fearless and successful.
You may experience something similar when you hear powerful music.
If you are ever in a funk or feeling stuck, a great way to get out of that
place is with music that lifts you up and helps you feel alive and vibrant.
This is music that makes you want to get out of your chair and dance
around the room or shout out your enthusiasm about all the good things
Raising our vibration, our emotional intensity, allows us to "communicate
with sources of knowledge which are not available through ordinary thought,"
Hill says. It is in this state of mind that we get hunches about what to do and
how to move forward.
He gives us a list of 8 different stimuli that impact the mind in a positive
and powerful way. They are: the desire for sex expression, love, a
burning desire for fame, power and money, music, friendship, a mastermind
alliance, mutual suffering and autosuggestion. He adds that fear, drugs and
alcohol impact us destructively.
Emotional intensity is essential for success. It helps us see a greater
vision of ourselves and through stimulating our creative imagination,
it sends us the hunches we need to move ourselves forward, transmuting
desire into whatever we want more of in our lives.
Celeste Smucker Nellysford, Virginia