Creatures of Habit

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All of us are creatures of cosmic habit force.  Are you using yours in a positive or a negative manner?

Arising early morning to exercise is a positive action that can benefit every area of our lives.  Conversely,  getting out of bed and reaching for a cigarette and pouring yourself a glass full of booze first thing is an example of cosmic habit force taken to the negative extreme–addiction.

The key point is to remember that good and bad habits both begin with a single repetition.  In most cases, neither habit is initially enjoyed.

How to Use Cosmic Habitforce

  • It takes a new habit to substitute for an old habit.
  • All of your successes and failures are the results of the  habits that you have formed.
  • The orderliness of the world of natural laws provides proof that they are under control of a universal plan.
  • For every result there is a cause, and your results are produced through the use of cosmic habitforce.

First you get a habit and then that habit gets you.

Rachel Lavern is a Certified LifeSuccess Coach and a business partner of Bob Proctor. She coaches individuals and businesses that want to gain greater personal or business success. She specializes in using Bob Proctor’s principles to create extraordinary growth for her clients’ lives and businesses. She provides workshops and keynote speeches across the country and is passionate about teaching people how to create financial, emotional and spiritual prosperity– instructing them on what to do, why they do it and how they do it. We only have one precious life–shouldn’t it be a life that we love?

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Carole

Hi Rachel,

You are absolutely right. People don't think of coming home and eating dinner in front of the TV until Jay Leno is over and then going to bed as a habit, but it is. Millions live in a zombie like existence just out of habit.

Many habits weren't chosen by us -they were instilled in us by our upbrining or environment. "My mother always did it this way…." or "Everyone does this…"

Based on this logic – I should have been an abusive alcolhoc. But I've always been a bit of a rebel. My grandmother said she thought I was the milkman's kid. Just goes to show you – you can change if you want to.

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