Tuesday, 30 November 2010 09:32
Who Do You Think You Are?
Our minds have already decided.
A culmination of information and experiences collected by our minds from
our formative years, and ongoing input of what people have told us,
and our minds have formulated an image of who we are.
After a certain time, no matter what we are told from relatives, friends
and strangers, our mind has burnt-in the decisive decision.
A matrix has been fixed, and we are who we are. Forever.
Of course each person sees and experiences us differently - depending on
the matrix they have formed about themselves - what is right and wrong,
good and bad etc. So not too much help from them - although, every
different shared aspect helps - to at least a possibility of us seeing
ourselves more clearly.
May I suggest you sit down and contemplate this?
You may not be who you think you are? Not at all?
What you think about yourself is more a collection of ideas -
and nothing to do with your ever-changing uniqueness?
Normally that is too much effort for the mind to adjust to. It likes
Please consider this possibly...
Whatever you have heard, about anybody, ever, you have that capacity.
Some people have more aptitude for some things than others, so it is
easier for them, and, what anyone has ever accomplished - so can you.
Please, try it... just as a short exercise, release yourself from the idea
of who you think you are, and what you think you can and can't do.
Free yourself, just for a while.
Now imagine - just imagine, you can do anything - anything you really want
to do, and be who you want to be.
Of course the more conditions you impose of the situation the more
difficult it will be, but if you really, really what something, and are
prepared to be unconditional - you have got it already.
Take a look at the lives of highly successful 'self-made people.'
Aptitude? Yes. Opportunity? Usually. And the main ingredient? Perseverance.
We are not talking about Will - that is difference, and often a
We are talking about really, really going for it.
Your maximum potential is unlimited.
Up to you - what level do you want to play this game of 'being on planet
Happy going for it...
Published in Paul Lowe
Monday, 24 October 2011 11:22
posted by Billybob
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