Vision of the Mind

Vision of the Mind

What you think is what you are!

Imagine you have achieved your greatest desires and you are living your best life. Wouldn’t that be wonderful? What if it was possible and all you had to do is train your mind to get whatever you ever wanted? Now let’s be honest if it was easy to do everyone would do it but the funny thing is everyone CAN do it. Everyone can reach happiness and freedom. I mean true happiness where you have everything but need nothing. The true freedom of knowing everything is achievable. It is a long journey that will include pain and sorrow (more on this in later posts) but at the same time fulfilment and joy.

We need to start at the core of what is blocking one from doing what needs to be done to get where they most desire to be and that is the mind. Yes, our mind. This beautiful yet so controlling mind. It needs to be reprogrammed just like a computer. We need to install new and better software constantly. You need to be able to unlearn and relearn non-stop and I mean NON-STOP because of the simple fact, whatever you read, learn, listen, think, feel and speak will determine your outcome. As Gandhi said,

“Your beliefs become your thoughts,
Your thought become your words,
Your words become your actions,
Your actions become your habits,
Your habits become your values,
Your values become your destiny”

This is an absolute truth and if you don’t believe that, I want you to ask yourself, why you haven’t done what you truly desire and be honest with yourself? It is mostly out of fear, fear of judgement, fear of failure, fear of not fitting in etc… Whatever the reason you gave yourself it comes from your mind. As Dr. Joe Dispenza said, “How you think and how you feel creates your state of being”. Let’s say you feel amazing but you don’t believe you can learn how to ride a bike. What will happen is your mind, which is YOU, will create a belief system as to why you should not attempt thus putting you in a state of self-inflicted doubt. Fortunately, most of us do know how to ride a bike, we learned when we were kids. Then why, when we fell and didn’t succeed on the first try, we got up and tried again.

  1. We believed we could do it
  2. We had no fear

Our mind didn’t fully grasp the concept of fear of failure, fear of ridicule and fear of disappointment. We went full-on mind, body and soul into it. It’s the naïve belief we can achieve and be anything we want, our inner child we lost. The beautiful thing is, we can absolutely get it back. You can do that by getting to know yourself because we all know knowledge is power then knowledge about yourself is self-empowerment(Dr. Joe Dispenza). Take back your mind, take back your thoughts, take back your feelings because this will give you peace of mind. The things that don’t need to be focused on won’t be.

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  1. Great post. I look forward to reading more of them!

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