In the imagination of the reader his or her life exist, and his or her reality comes forth. A person would not be able to visualize success if he or she could not achieve it. Thus the only things that hold a person back is fear, and doubt, your worst enemies in life. Here it is, one’s only drawback is the lack of developing one's self! Take a long walk on a short path, the journey is an inward one. By tuning into one’s self things will start to become clearer, and in the end better communication with the divine within.
The more the reader exercises his or her inner qualities and gifts, the stronger he or she becomes. And, the awareness of one’s personal-power progression is heightened. One must partake in both physical and mental exercise. All one would have to do is look at any type of artist, or business person, and note their journey from novice to success. It is best to write one’s goal in blue ink, and put it where one can read it every day all throughout the day. Until next time, be your beat self.
Note from the Author:
Greetings to all my new readers, Tony Williams here…
Project Your Mind: where science meets spirituality!
What if I told you most truths are hidden in plain sight!!!
What I am bringing to you are scientific, and physiological truths. These truths I have researched in-depth and, most, personally put into practice. So, I know they work.
What I present to you are missing pieces. Many of who I call giants have left us clues for us to follow, yet with missing elements from each. What I did and am still doing, is researching all the missing ingredients and putting them all together. Some of which came out of my very own mind in meditation. And, now I am bringing it to you, read my book “Inspiration Corner” and refer back to this blog.
It will start coming together, and now all you have to do is put it into action. I even show you how and why this science works. Now it is all up to you!
“Whatever the mind of man can conceive, and bring itself to believe, it can achieve” – Napoleon Hill
“You become what you think about most of the time” – Earl Nightingale