"He's got eyes in the back of his head."
The Hindus talk about "the third eye."
And then there's "second sight" or clairvoyance.
And some people sleep with their eyes open (and so clearly, the ability to see is not solely in the eyeball).
In other words, there is a lot of information out there (granted, many would call it speculation) that we can see more, perceive more than what we can just with our senses. And I think we can.
It's really a practical thing more than anything else. If you believe that more is coming to you than you can see or perceive in the present, you are going to be optimistic, upbeat, energetic. It's like the homeless guy living in a cardboard box who holds a winning lottery ticket, that he can't redeem for say three days, for $40,000,000. Well, are those last three days in the cardboard box going to be hard to bear? NO WAY! That is going to be the easiest homelessness that guy ever endured.
And the converse is equally true—if we can't see good things coming our way, we are going to be depressed. Even if our circumstances are good now, we will (the opposite of the guy living in the cardboard box) be miserable if we see nothing but failure and bleakness down the road for us.
And it's not only about money. Plug in 'health' or 'relationships' or anything at all.
And the amazing thing is it's all about belief, all about seeing, perceiving, what you can't perceive with your senses.
SO SEE GOOD THINGS COMING YOUR WAY! If you do, you will be the guy in the cardboard box. This current lack of funds or debt, this losing streak, this stretch of ill health, this loneliness or grief is nothing compared to all the good that is coming your way.
Now, let's be adults about this. I'm no Pollyanna. There's no guarantee that good stuff is coming to you. If I told you that, I would be Santa Claus. But the idea is if you anticipate, see, perceive that good stuff is coming your way, you are going to be so upbeat and enthusiastic that you are going to make good things come your way. The famous "self-fulfilling prophecy." In one way, life is very simple—we get what we expect to get.
SO EXPECT GOOD THINGS! What the hell, why not. You can choose—doom and gloom or success and happiness. You can see the invisible, because the invisible is whatever you want it to be.