Notes From Angus On Following the Law of Non-Action

Sometimes in doing nothing, the universe has the space to answer the prayer for our greatest desire to be realized! 

If there is a need for something to manifest in your life, it will manifest – you don’t need to act unless you are inspired to act. 

Try and organize your life so that you only act from a place of effort that inspires you, there is no sense working towards a goal that is no longer inspiring. 

Sometimes the process can be challenging, and you may feel discouraged when you know you must persist, but that voice of persistence is a voice that derives from inspiration. 

So NEVER GIVE UP as long as the ultimate goal inspires you. 

But also accept that it’s not the goal you want, but the feeling you derive from the goal that you want. 

So part of your work is to embody the feeling of having already achieved the goal. Meanwhile you are doing your part and allowing God to do his part. 

When you have the inner feeling of the goal being accomplished already, you will have infinite patience because you aren’t working from a place of dissatisfaction. 

With Gratitude in your step, allow your heart to lead the way!

Angus Baynham-McColl

Feel Good and Good Things Happen! 

Here’s an analogy for you. 

The lens between your face and your life is your emotional state. 

The frame between your face and your life are your thought patterns and beliefs. 

We don’t see reality through the frame – we see through the lens – therefore our emotional state is paramount to how we function. 

If you feel like shit you will get shit. 

If you feel great you will get great. 

If you feel a bit of both, you will get a bit of both. 

My bottom line takeaway here is not to try to worry about how to get what you want, but to learn how to feel good on the inside so that good things will happen.

This means manifesting a good ego, confidence, self-esteem and awareness along with the delayed gratification that can only come with discipline. 

We all have feel good points, don’t spend them all in one place – be disciplined today and save them up for tomorrow! 

The more you feel good the better your winning streak will be!

Angus Baynham-McColl