You Might Think You’re a Good Person But …
Don’t take this the wrong way but the chances of you being a self-possessed asshole are probably reasonably high.
The majority of people in first-world countries are subtly brainwashed by friends, family, and society to act this way.
You crave wealth beyond measure, don’t you?
I bet you’ve daydreamed riding along in a sports car or lolling around the ocean on your own private yacht or something similar, haven’t you?
Most of you will never ever get there for 2 very common reasons.
You’re Totally Fixated On That Materialistic Objective You Desire
Read that subheading again.
Now think of your own past behavior.
Your thoughts concentrate on getting the Maserati, at all cost.
The priority here is on the personal gain as opposed to the positive areas in life and business where getting the Maserati is the by-product of your actions.
Let me explain a little further:
Whether you realize it or not, there are bigger forces in our lives, acting and reacting to our actions.
Some call this force:
- Universal Spirit
Whatever your beliefs, the end result is your actions and vibrational attitude in life dictates what you attract in life.
Vibrations, Whatcha Talking About, Willis?
Ever noticed if the first thing that happens to you in the morning can literally foretell how the rest of your day pans out?
Stub your toe getting out of bed, you get cranky, negative thoughts are in your mind from the get-go and your day will typically be crap.
In my terms, that’s the Law of Attraction.
- Your thoughts are energy.
- Energy attracts energy that is similar
- You attract what you think – it’s subtle I know but the quantum physics evidence abounds.
As for your Maserati – you’re thinking about all the ways you can keep all your money to yourself so you can buy it.
You’re fixated on accumulating and not giving. And that’s what the Universe is going to give you more of – it’ll make sure others will accumulate themselves and keep their money away from you.
Welcome to a lack of wealth!
Karma Will Always Bite You On The Ass
As a follow on, Karma also comes into play.
I don’t know whether you yourself believe in Karma but I can tell you now that I’ve experienced it many times throughout my life.
When you’re fixated on all the wrong things, you’ll unknowingly treat people around you like shit.
An unfortunate fact of life is the majority of people who want the Maserati isn’t even aware of their failings. They probably even think they’re God’s Gift to whatever profession they practice in.
And it couldn’t be more further from the truth. Unknowingly, Maserati worshipers are self-centered. People around them are mud under their boots and know it.
Their thoughts towards you are like lightning bolts.
They are also setting the Universal wheels in motion – against you!
You Get What You Reap
Eventually, all your shitty treatment of fellow human beings will catch up and keep the wealth and success you desire from your grasp.
I’ve written before why understanding relationships are fundamental to both personal life AND professional wealth and success. On a moral level, everyone on the planet should feel worthy of their efforts and place on the Earth.
Karma is ready to boot you into reality, with whatever you’re radiating with your thoughts and actions, towards yourself and to others.
The choice is entirely yours.
Choose your path and do it wisely and with conviction.
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11 thoughts on “Why You’ll Never Get your Maserati And How You Can”
Enjoyable article indeed! It’s OK with me if I never get a Masserati as I’m not that much into cars but I see the point. We tend to believe we desperately deserve what we want and we think that if we are not that lucky then there must be something working against us.
However, most of the time the reason why our desires don’t get fulfilled is because we are definitely too greedy.
Wow, so glad you understood what I’m saying here, Mariana
Maserati = Karma
And so true like you said. We get what we give focus to – and most times it’s focused on greed which is a negative emotion.
Change of mindset is required, don’t you think?
Yes, you call it mindset, I call it priorities. Whatever you name them, the idea is basically the same: Are we really sure we need that? Or is it society/media/whoever that makes us believe we need that? It reminded me of the things I was convinced I MUST HAVE by the time my baby was born: 2 prams, one Perego rocking chair, pacifiers, bibs… In the end, my baby arrived with no prams, no Perego rocking chair, he never took a single bib and he never used pacifiers. And he’s a happy, active, creative and lovable boy!
Thanks Vemuri – what did you get from what I said?
I loved this post!
At this point, one can’t help but notice the events taking place out there in the world. From my perspective, it’s nothing short of a collective form of greed generated by the fear of lack. It’s amazing how this mind-set manifests in other areas such as how we form our values and treat others.
Things come and go. I had once heard an analogy about this subject that went something like this…
If a cat’s tail represented happiness, it would elude him when he chased it. Once left alone, it would simply follow him wherever he went.
I enjoyed the article Martin!
Ahh, you also got the unwritten message as well, Dana :)
Yep, the world continues to pollute an ever increasing ripple of pervasive greed and fear. We’re entertained as sheep by the media which has majority focus on negative issues. The more negative we get exposed to, the more negative views and actions we perpetuate ourselves – a domino effect.
It’s about self realisation of what we want to be and act like so action can start with just one person – YOU!
Be your own domino effect and do good to get good.
Well, I don’t know about everybody else but I simply can’t believe in Karma. To me it sounds a little bit like mumbo-jumbo and just something someone dreamt up.
I do certainly think everyone needs to treat everyone else with self-respect.
True or false though?
Nice insight Martin….as always
Always appreciate your visits, Ed and glad you found some value in my ramblings too.
Have you found this to be the way of things yourself?