Do you believe this is true ? Whatever the mind of man can conceive and believe, it can achieve. –Napoleon Hill
Science & The Mind Whatever the mind of man can conceive and believe, it can achieve. –Napoleon Hill
I remember when I first went to college. Eighteen years old and full of life, long before any difficulties had clouded my conscience. I really knew almost nothing about the methods of mastering my destiny within God’s will. It was as if I saw life in little bit’s and segments of time, simply doing what everyone else was doing to fit in and set the course for my life, consciously knowing the powers of my mind and the ability to drastically alter or achieve greater things remained on the same level of the other students. I was taught all these things by my parents: think positive, work hard, study hard, be a good person, be respectful, share, show love, and then God will reward our good deeds. These are all outward tenants most people live and guide their lives by. They are extremely important and I believe they are very true. Yet, there were certain areas, small elements in time that I seemed to have higher abilities to sway the outcome of. Most of the world never gets beyond the elemental factors of life aforementioned. It is only now as I reflect on my past, that I remember discovering certain abilities that I was able to achieve that went beyond our school taught reasoning.
Let me share a couple with you. Being an athlete there were certain times during games or events where I would enter what is called, “the zone.” So focused into the game that it seemed as if consciousness would be abandoned to this hyper focused level of understanding almost completely run by my subconscious. Often times barely even being able to recall the game itself. In baseball, this focus led me years in a row to simultaneously holding the record for hitting the most home runs, having the best pitching record, best batting average, and best fielding record. I didn’t do this for ego or prestige, I was just doing what I was trained to do. Somehow, through athletic training my mind had tapped into the other realm of consciousness. I believe we are being mind controlled from the time we are children in order to constrain our God given true abilities and limit our creativeness and abilities. When I did this I became supercharged. I entered mental states that Bruce Lee would often speak of. A state of mind where you are doing and not thinking. Not worrying about the outcome.
“Not being tense but ready.
Not thinking but not dreaming.
Not being set but flexible.
Liberation from the uneasy sense of confinement.
It is being wholly and quietly alive, aware and alert, ready for whatever may come.”
Bruce lee Tao of Jeet Kun Do....
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