There once was a group of friends who were interested in the Science of Mind and the power of positive thinking. They formed a Mastermind group and were discussing the concept of manifestation and how they could use their thoughts to attract what they wanted in life. They agreed to do an experiment and wrote down what they wanted to see could happen in a month. A month later they gathered to share their results.
The first friend said, “I won the lottery and became a millionaire.”
The second friend said, “I found my soulmate and we’re madly in love.”
The third friend said, “I traveled the world and had incredible experiences.”
The fourth friend said, “I am happy and healthy. That’s it.”
The other three friends looked at him with confusion. They asked him, “Don’t you want anything else? Don’t you have any dreams or ambitions?”
The fourth friend smiled and said, “No, I don’t. I have everything I need. I’m content with what I have and grateful. I don’t compare myself to others.”
The other three friends were speechless. They realized that they had been chasing after illusions and that they had missed the point of the Science of Mind.”
They looked at the fourth friend with admiration and curiosity. They asked him, ” How did you do it? How did you manifest happiness and health so easily?
The fourth friend said, “I didn’t do anything. I just let go and let God. I trusted the Universe and followed my intuition. I didn’t write down what I wanted. I wrote down what I am.
He showed him his paper. It read: “I AM HAPPY AND HEALTHY.” —(Story courtesy of Bing)
Q) What do you call a group of people who use their minds to create their reality?
A) Science of Mind Mastermind group.
Courtesy of CSLT is our very own Mastermind group. We are a group who meet on Zoom and share ideas, insights, goals, challenges, and feedback. Most important, we hold intentions for each other. We help each other grow and achieve success in our personal and professional lives. Let us know if you’d like to join our group, we are welcoming to all!
Q) How many mastermind group members does it take to change a light bulb?
A) None. We just affirm the light is on.