“Being realistic is the most commonly traveled road to mediocrity. Why would you be realistic? What’s the point of being realistic? I’m going to do it. It’s done. It’s already done. The second I decide it’s done, it’s already done.”
— Will Smith
Will Smith, a known proponent of the Law of Attraction, knows how powerful using your imagination is in consciously designing and objectifying your dreams and desires.
Realism is often masked cynicism. “I don’t see a million dollars in my bank account, so I am not wealthy, and likely never will be…” is an example of this. It’s seeing your present reality as stone-cold fact; something that is outside your realm of control.
But the truth is, reality is malleable. And the tool is your imagination.
What if REAL change must start within? What if that was the prerequisite for the outer evidence of that change to appear?
As Will says, the second I decide it’s done, it’s already done. He’s speaking a truth that parallels with Neville Goddard’s teachings that an assumption, though false, if persisted in will harden into fact.
Knowing that something is done in your imagination is knowing that the seed has been sown and it’s just a matter of time for it to harden into fact in your outside world.
The key is that your assumption must be hardened into fact in your inner world first. If it is, then it’s only a matter of time for that inner fact to translate to an outer expression.
Millionaires are not made by luck. They first decide they are one, that it is their nature to be one, and then action is inspired and the money finds its way of arriving. It always starts with a change of consciousness.
Flip your perspective and see what changes in your outer world. It’s powerful!