You know that feeling when you’re walking down the street, and you find some money?
I used to drink a lot of beer back in the day. And one thing I LOVED to eat while drinking beer was peanuts, in the shell.
I’d start off with a big bowl, but because I was lazy, I wouldn’t bother to put the shells in another bowl.
At first it was pretty easy, as most of the peanuts were still “full.” But the more I ate, the higher the ratio got, of empty shells to full shells.
It was always a sad affair when I got down to the bottom, or I thought there were at least a couple full ones left but I came up empty.
On the other hand, finding a couple full ones when I was convinced the bowl was done was always a joyous affair (I know, I gotta get out more lol!)
Kind of the same as finding money, or something else valuable. It’s like your senses suddenly light up, you see something out of the corner of your eye, then BAM!
It’s like you’ve discovered the ancient hidden treasure of King Tut or something.
Why does this happen? While our very limited conscious brains are worried about what we’re going to say to our boss, or how that date is going to turn out, our subconscious brains are ALWAYS scanning, looking, sorting, and classifying everything around us.
I was watching this movie the other night, called “The Ghost And The Darkness,” about these two lions that terrorized a railroad building party in Africa.
These lions were like sharks. They could sneak up almost without being detected. But if you looked closely, you could see their tails getting closer and closer.
Even though their tails were the same color of the brush, it gave both humans and animals a certain sense of dread and terror when you noticed it.
Finding money (or peanuts) and feeling happy, or seeing a lion’s tail in the brush and feeling terrified are two examples of pre-programmed sorting that our subconscious is doing, all the time.
Keeping us safe, and alerting us to any potential sources of wealth out there.
However, you DON’T have to rely ONLY on your factory programming.
You can program your subconscious to look for things (or be on the alert for things) OTHER than lions, peanuts or money.
The truth is, our brains come with plenty of automatic triggers and programming that when understood, and tweaked just a little bit, will allow you to see how resource rich the world around you REALLY is.
Meaning that finding those things you REALLY want is just a matter of changing your filters.
To find out how, check this out: