Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Unlock the Power Within



Investing in your personal and professional growth can start by giving yourself four minutes to read this email! When you feel like you're progress is slow, it's time to discover what's holding you back and how to move through this block. Get the immense powers of your subconscious mind working for you, rather than against you!
 
"If the doors of perception were cleansed, everything would appear... as it is, infinite." -- William Blake

What areas of your life are calling out for changes?

When we stop and pay attention to ourselves, we begin to clearly see the habits and patterns that have misled us for so long. As you become aware of your subconscious mind, choose to move beyond your limited outlook and build on your beliefs. You can realize your immense potential, simply by changing your perspective.

Take time to relax, enjoy, and calm your mind. It's an easy command, but you have to apply the technique. That means stop what you are doing now. Take a deep breath of air and release. Again, take a deep, deep breath of air and release. Feel the affect it has on your mind. Notice how this affects your state of awareness and how calming it is. This easy and small investment of your time is the starting point to creating momentum toward your goals, desires and passions. Change the way you think and you'll change your world.

 "Only in quiet waters things mirror themselves undistorted. Only in a quiet mind is adequate perception of the world." -- Hans Margolius

This exercise replaces the stressors in your life with calm, cleansing energy. Just a few minutes a day is all it takes to regroup and gather your thoughts. It's like a warm up for your mind, preparing it for the ongoing effort and continual learning required in life. After all, people upgrade and update their computer software. You, too, should upgrade your internal hard drive--your subconscious mind.

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