Belief 101

Sarah Centrella

Author | Life Coach | Motivational Speaker and single mama. I'm a chick on a mission to prove anything is possible for ANYONE. My story featured in the New York Times, Steve Harvey Show and NBC.

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10 Responses

  1. Anonymous says:

    I love ur blog, it’s so inspiring! Thank u for doin’ what u do ’cause u’re doin’ it well honey. 🙂

    I wish all the best for U and Ur loved ones,
    take care
    xoxo Anonymus

  2. Sarah says:

    awe 🙂 thank you so much! your support means the world 🙂

  3. Anonymous says:

    I need help in believing! How much i try ,i end up at the same point. What ,how i can believe ? Believe again in life?

  4. Anonymous says:

    I am becoming more and more of a believer everyday 🙂 And boy, have your story and blog helped me!!! I am working on my vision board (I will send you a picture when it is ready) and I keep seeing my dream life unfold before my eyes.

    Thank you for all your posts, they have been such an inspiration.

  5. Sarah says:

    I am so happy to hear that the blog is inspiring you to believe, that is my goal so to hear that it’s working is amazing!! Thank you for your encouragement it means the world.

    And to the person wanting to know who to believe in life again? Read the post “Believe. But How??” that might help you make that connection. Belief is work. The work comes from continuously killing the evil voices of doubt in your head. It’s really more that in the beginning then anything else. Make that your step 1. just focus on killing doubt, belief will eventually come as a result of not focusing on the doubt. Then follow the steps here, they work!

  6. Sarah says:

    For the person asking how to start believing I just wrote a post for you, “Change the voices in your head” maybe that will help.. 😉

  7. You really have great stuff here, I enjoy reading your posts they uplift me and I try to use your advise daily!!! 🙂


  8. Sarah says:

    Thank you Marsha, your support means so much to me 🙂 I love seeing your positive posts too on FB 🙂

  9. Anonymous says:

    Some things I don’t understand; You say that The LOA brings the pictures on the board to you in other forms. But what if I really want THAT picture on the board? You talk about hard work. Don’t get me wrong; I would do so if it would change my life, but The Secret says that it doesn’t take hard work, that it must feel like it’s easy. So you will know that you’re on the right path. I’m confused..

  10. I can understand your confusion there are a lot of mixed messages out there. I do not agree with everything in The Secret mainly for that reason. To me it focused way too much on materialism and getting specific THINGS.

    The Law of Attraction (which is where Rhonda learned much of what she teaches from various LOA leaders) is what I more closely follow. Teachers like Louise Hay. They focus on getting YOU inline with the universe and then the rest naturally comes.

    Focusing on THAT picture, and wanting THAT picture to come true alone will NOT make it happen. (this is where so many ppl watched The Secret, did a vision board, nothing happened and they said the whole thing is BS). What WILL make it happen is focusing on the feeling (which you mentioned) that makes you happy ABOUT that picture. That is what I call “The Experience”.

    It’s important to note that if you read the My Story Link on this blog you will see that for most of my vision board items they came true exactly like the picture, but NOT in a way I would of imagined when I put the picture up. For example instead of staying at The Paris Hotel in Vegas for a girls weekend which would of cost me personally a lot of money, I stayed there for work first class and didn’t even spend $10 of my own money on that trip. Does that distinction make sense?

    We focus too much on a specific picture and HOW WE THINK it should manifest, whereas if we just focused on how great that experience would be and FEEL it visualize ever detail of how it would make us feel, then it will come to us, some how some way. And that is the magic of it. These are seemingly small differences but if you can really get your head around them and believe them, it will start to work for you.

    I absolutely believe in hard work. Like anything else you must put lots of hard work into it, both getting your mind in the right place, which takes work and practice, but also actual work towards your goals. Had I sat home and lived off welfare when my husband left I would of never seen any of those visions manifest. Instead I got a job, worked harder then most, kept working and pushing and then the rewards began to fall in line.

    The true LOA is NOT about sitting back and waiting for pictures to manifest in your life. It’s about living your life by those principles to the very core, and those are just the physical representations of the transformation in your life.

    I hope that helps 🙂

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