Wednesday, May 8, 2013

Turn "Head Knowledge" Into Practical Life Changing Habits

Knowledge is knowing that a tomato is a fruit.
Wisdom is knowing you don't put it in a fruit salad.

Many people have "knowledge" about Universal Laws such as the Law of Attraction, yet, have not acquired the understanding that leads to the wisdom of applying those Laws consistently to get what they want.

This is when someone outside of you can help you.

It is just like when you were learning to drive a car.

At first, it seemed like there was so much to remember and to do and it seemed very difficult.

However, once you got the hang of it, it was easy.

And now, it is second nature. 

You don't even have to think about it.

Could you just read a book or manual and get in a car and teach yourself how to drive.


Would it be easier to have a driving instructor in the car with you to help you as you go along?

Most certainly!!!

And yet, in LIFE, we often try to struggle along all on our own because after all, we KNOW all about it.

And all the while, we keep putting the tomato in the fruit salad.

In other words, we keep getting what you don't want in life.

You can actually turn the knowledge you have about Universal Laws into such a habit that applying them consistently to get the life you want becomes habit------just like driving a car.

Read some of my earlier post about raising your vibration and feeling gratitude and others to see how you can do that now.

Kathy Hadley

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  1. Great points! The difference between knowledge and the use of that knowledge is an important distinction!!!

    1. That is very true, Ashley!

      Thanks for commenting.


  2. It's starting and getting the move on attracting good in your life. You are right, positivity is a habit! Great share, Kathy!

  3. In holistic coaching Thinking is the first pillar to wellness. It seems that Thinking is really the first pillar to living a full complete, positive life! Thanks for sharing your perspective. Best Regards, Wendy UBC

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  5. Love your quote and how you explain knowledge and wisdom! Common sense is involved here too.... But applying your knowledge properly will definitely help you get where you want in life. One step forward...

  6. That's not YOUR STOLE it from Miles Kington