When you first start working on something, you don’t realize that you have dominion, that you have to accept your own responsibility. You have to be able to say “This is what I want. I am willing to do whatever it takes to achieve this in my own life.” You can’t depend on others…and then blame them for “not doing their share”!
You have to be willing to do what it takes, whether you have help or not. That’s the point where you will really start demonstrating on big levels. You have to take charge of your world. You are God in expression. You have to claim it, accept it and be willing to use your own authority by saying “I can do all things.” It sometimes helps to say “The spirit in me can do all things.”
You have to stop depending on human help in order to get it. You do eventually get help from everybody and the Universe, but you can’t say how we’re going to get it or who’s going to help us. That’s the “outlining” part that you shouldn’t do.
It’s better to believe for yourself that you have the spiritual direction. You are the one that was given the message of what you have to do. The Divine idea that you receive is yours to do. You are the one that has to make the decision on what you are doing, when you’re doing it and how you’re doing it.
You use the Law of Dominion any time you’re in doubt. When someone mentions blocks, you say “I have no blocks. I am in charge. I will do whatever is best done by me.” Use it any time you hear delay.
Use it in conjunction with the Law of Mental Acceptance. When you begin to mentally accept what it is that you’re supposed to have in your life, then you realize that having been given this desire, this idea, it’s yours to do.
When you hear “maybe it wasn’t meant to be” simply say “that’s not my truth. I don’t believe it.” I believe that if it’s given to you, it’s yours by divine right. You claim it as yours by divine right. Then you do what comes up. You make your list of goals and dreams. Know that it’s something you have to do for yourself.
The Laws of Mental Acceptance and Dominion go together. You mentally accept that this is possible for you to do because you have dominion over your own world.
You have to take charge and say what you do and don’t want in your world and be willing to do the tings that are necessary. That’s combining.
It’s important that you use this law as you slowly gain dominion over your words and thoughts so you aren’t saying things that have dire consequences any more (e.g. “Get down from there - you’ll break your neck”).
You have to realize that when you use a lot of strength, anger and hostility, this makes things happen quickly but it’s not the way you want it to happen.
Use this law carefully until you learn the power of your words, what not to say and what not to use in your own words.