The mind set that accompanies the person who is comfortable using the term “I Can’t” is one of lack and of limited ability. They believe that they were thrown into the world with not enough knowledge, skill and resources to carry out a given function and have no chance of access to same. As soon as the word is uttered all power in the hands of the speaker is destroyed. Do they not know of the power that awaits them on the other side of helplessness?
In 1889 Prentice Mulford wrote “Thoughts Are Things“. A classic book on the subject of power of the mind. But what’s behind thought, where are our thoughts and what produces the initial impulse to think? Not many people take the time to analyse their thoughts let alone seek to find out where they come from. The mind […]
You are much more than your brain is telling you is there. You are much more than you believe exists. You are viewing the infinity of the universe with a small telescope, you only get to see a very small cross section of that which is infinite. You are like sightseer viewing the scenery through binoculars- she only gets to see a small piece of what in front of her at any moment in time.
Strength of mind comes from a deep understanding of, and connection to The Truth. With this comes quiet, assured, unwavering, positive and effective action. No stress or loud voices here, only action and desired results.