I own and operate the Shayoli Hope Center for Healing in Utah County. I work together with an independent team of collaborators who have messages that I find valuable for whole healing and prosperity.
At Shayoli Hope we are dedicated to bringing healing, hope, and prosperity to God-centered, awakened souls. That means we keep our focus on Christ and God the Father in all of our work together. We believe that in our healing process, we are finding the wheat, and gathering up the tares to burn.
Burning the tares means awareness of what we have believed that hurts (tares), making a new decision to believe something that serves us better (wheat), and collecting the tares, in full awareness, to purge them from the harvest so that we can live free and abundant in wholeness.
What is a definite chief aim? Why did Napoleon Hill start out his mastery curriculum “The Law of Success” by digging into goal setting, which he so carefully broke down into specific steps so that you can be successful at something specific?
That’s the answer: be successful at something specific!
But… why did it take him 30 entire pages to teach goals setting? That’s the real question I want to delve into today. It’s certainly not because he wanted to convince you to make goals and then not accomplish them. No, he was helping you start from within.
Attachment theory is something that came to my awareness a couple of years ago when I was digging in to some inner work around some of my key relationships. It’s powerful. In fact, I have a favorite overview video that illustrates the basics perfectly…
When you consider how much faith you need, do you ever consider that it’s not about amount? Maybe faith is about purity of imagination. In my experience, that is absolutely accurate. It’s not about having enough, it’s about focusing our imagination faculty.
Yesterday I got a text about Purpose… goal setting… manifesting miracles… you know, the stuff every personal development person on the planet talks about literally all the time. 😉 And something struck me. Why? Why do they talk about that literally all the time? I saw a glimmer (or maybe a starburst!) of why this topic is in everyone’s eyes, in the scriptures, over the pulpit etc. etc. and yet… there is something that seems to be very confused, and that’s what I want to try to clear up in this article.