None of us have a mysterious gold lamp sitting around to rub which has an extremely witty-yet-needy genie popping out of it.
What we do have, however, is thought. With each thought we emit to the world, unbeknownst to us, weight is attached to it. We attach invisible weights to our abilities to achieve what it is we’re really destined or willing to achieve. This is because we are bombarded with self doubt which stems from areas in our subconscious and obvious consciousness that sends us repetitive, self loathing messages like `Hey you! Yeah you stupid, why are you doing this? Didn’t last time go so bad? That’ll definitely happen next time. Just give up already!`
This is the voice of the negative, scared part of you that’s comfortable in self deprecation mode. The patterns it’s found itself in are good enough for its habitation in your
Ask yourself. Is that good enough for me? The answer should be NO. The thoughts you have about yourself affect your life. It’s not just some theory cooked up by a psychiatrist somewhere hoping it will regenerate some sort of happiness inside of the playground of negativity erected in that expansive mind of yours. It’s scientific fact!
If you don’t believe me, look at this video clip from `What The Bleep Do We Know!`
If thoughts can do that to water, imagine what your thoughts are doing to you!
We are only human, and life takes its toll. However I like to think that we can evolve to stop accepting the cards we’re dealt and take our destiny’s into own hands!
Until next time,