Using Law of Attraction to Increase your Wealth Creating Opportunity in Forex Trading

Forex Trading is just one of the many wealth crating mean and process to achieve wealth. As far as wealth goes, you don’t need money to be happy. A lot of people refer to cliché like “Money is not everything”. There is truth to that statement but the opposite also holds true- without money you may have nothing!

I believe wealth will only follow those who ‘think’ and ‘see’ themselves as wealthy. Only then will the Universe present you with wealth creation opportunities. If you have the opportunities but don’t act upon them, you will not be able to convert it to real wealth. Forex Trading is one of the many conversions to wealth.

Before we could achieve anything in life, we need first to condition our minds. We need to feed our brains with all positive thoughts. Positive affirmations can help to overcome all negative thoughts and assist in promoting a healthy state of mind.

Most of us don’t realize that if we constantly tell ourselves negative things, we are building a destructive belief system. A negative but powerful barrier, which limit and prevent us from achieving success in life. Many self improvement gurus have mentioned that one of the most effective ways to change this belief system is to replace misguided negative messages with new positive ones.

Many Gurus said that the power of positive affirmations will make itself felt if you repeat them DAILY and when you are thinking negatively. The Law of Attraction is perfect and will follow only your thoughts and actions.

Personally I try to watch these videos just before the start of a new Forex Trading day. It really inspires me to make TODAY successful

The following affirmations are those from the video clip of MarcyFromMaui under the title “The Secret Riches Visualization Tool”. You can also develop others of your own. Tell yourself:

“I am a money magnet

Everything I touch turns to gold

I have more riches than King Soloman’s mines

Money falls like an avalanche over me

There is more money being printed for me right now

I am receiving money making ideas every day

I am receiving unexpected checks in the mail

I have more than enough money for everything that I want

I have my dream home

I have the best of everything

I am grateful and celebrate everyday

I know when to ask for what I want

No matter what it is that I want

No matter how impossible it may seem

I believe and know its mine

The answer must be… (your wish is my command)”

Of all the money making opportunities, Forex Trading is just one method that you can act upon to attain your goals to abundant of wealth.…

The Importance of Tort Law to Minimize Liability

You often come into contact with the term law of Tort. What is Tort Law? Briefly speaking, law of Tort is actually designed to manipulate the behavioral pattern of human beings. Tort law is a regular body which offers the instant remedy for the social wrongs. It mainly puts emphasis on the behavior of the persons or the relation between the company and the individual. It actually highlights the quality of care. Suppose, you have been severely injured with a running ball that was kicked or thrown by your friend. Now you have blamed your friend for that mishap.

At the same time, you have claimed compensation for the injury. There will be two questions against such claim. Was it a crime? Did your friend intentionally hit your body with a ball? Or is it just an accident? If it is intentional act of criminality, your friend must be responsible to pay the price for the injury and for the loss of time which you have spent or wasted. On other hand, if it is inadvertent mistake, there will be confusion about the true consciousness of your friend.

To what extent he was careful and how much attention he applied to play the game. Herein lies the importance of Tort law which deals with the behavior and the action of the citizens. Due to the massive negligence and lack of care, your friend has committed the wrongdoing by throwing the ball at your face without taking the appropriate measures to act in perfect way.

Tort has set a number of guidelines and norms which must be followed to get the compensation. Before charging a person for the dereliction of duties, you must prove that his action was not up to the mark. On the other hand, there is another limitation in the case of activating the Tort law. You will have to keep it in mind that if the injury is done indirectly without the direct participation of the suspected party or company, it will be called the remoteness criterion. What is that? That means if an accident happens in such a way in which the company and the individual are not liable to accept the charges which are supposed to be framed against them for the lack of care.

For instance in case you have received injuries due to stumble over a protruded paving stone in the street, you can’t claim compensation framing the charge against the local authority or administrative machinery who is supposed to take care of the street. In this case, the liability is very remote and the party is not involved directly to enhance the wrongdoing. For this particular reason, you will not be able to move court to claim compensation package due to your physical injury.…

Dalai Lama Short Biography

The 14th Dalai Lama, Tenzin Gyatso, is the spiritual and political leader of the Tibetan people. He was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1989 and has travelled extensively around the world offering the message of Tibetan Buddhism.

The Dalai Lama was born in the small Tibetan village of Takster in Northern Tibet. His original name being Tenzin Gyatso. At the age of 2 Tenzin was recognized as the reincarnation of his predecessor, the 13th Dalai Lama. Thus from an early age the Dalai Lama spent many years studying Tibetan scriptures and he completed a doctorate in Tibetan Buddhist philosophy by the age of 25.

The Dalai Lama means Ocean of Wisdom. Lama also means “Guru” or teacher. The Dalai Lama’s are believed to be reincarnations of the Bodhisattva of compassion. These are beings who choose to reincarnate to serve humanity. As the Dalai Lama says himself.

“The more we care for the happiness of others, the greater our own sense of well-being becomes.”

Despite being a man of peace the Dalai Lama has had to face the consequences of the Chinese occupation of Tibet. In 1950 the Chinese army entered into Tibet and began to degenerate the Tibetan culture and religion. Despite many attempted negotiations and non-violent protests the Dalai Lama was finally forced into exile in 1959. With many followers the Dalai Lama fled to Dharamsala in India. Since 1960 the Dalai Lama has maintained a Tibetan government in exile from this base in Dharamsala. Despite the turbulent and difficult times the Dalai Lama has lived through he has sought to maintain a spiritual outlook and learn to deal with life’s challenges, even his “enemies”

“Feelings of anger, bitterness, and hate are negative. If I kept those inside me they would spoil my body and my health. They are of no use.”

“Infinite altruism is the basis of peace and happiness. If you want altruism, you must control hate and you must practice patience. The main teachers of patience are our enemies.”

– Dalai Lama

The Dalai Lama has sought to preserve parts of the Tibetan culture through educational and cultural institutions. He has also sought to raise awareness of the plight of Tibet to the wider world.

The Dalai Lama has travelled extensively in the West meeting with many religious and political leaders. The Dalai Lama has said that there is a need for a variety of faiths and religions so that it can suit the different temprements of people. He advises people to think very carefully before changing their religion. He has often said there is an underlying unity between the different world religions.

” All religions are essentially the same in their goal of developing a good human heart so that we may become better human beings.”

In 1989 the Dalai Lama was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. The Nobel citation read:

“The Committee wants to emphasize the fact that the Dalai Lama in his struggle for the liberation of Tibet consistently has opposed the …