Anthony Robbins Week
“What we can or cannot do,
what we consider possible or impossible,
rarely a function of our true capability.
It is more likely a function of our beliefs about who we are.”
“You see, it’s never the environment; it’s never the events of our lives,
but the meaning we attach to the events–how we interpret them–that
shapes who we are today and who we’ll become tomorrow.”
— Anthony Robbins
The more I study and experience, the more it comes back to me that everything we experience and draw to ourselves comes from thought and what we believe, which is just a thought we keep thinking.
People can do the most amazing things when they believe they can–even if it is only an imagined belief or a temporary belief. I didn’t really believe that I could walk on hot coals bare footed and not get burned, but I had a imagined belief and a temporary belief through suggestion and training. Now, I don’t need the temporary any more, I believe, because I experienced it.
It is absolutely amazing what can be done with thinking it can be done and focusing on the imagination of having already achieved it. The greatest golfers and other athletes visualize their success prior to participating in the event itself. We can do the same, yet most of us rarely, if ever, make deliberate use of it. Many of us, instead, seek answers in the environment, events, authority; you know–reality. Yet it is the imagination that will help the most in making a change.
We do this all the time now. It’s just that the imagination is used too often to imagine the worst, to build on the problem by focusing on it and continuing to speak of it or them. If we want to turn this around, we just use the same tools, but with a different perspective.
We Always Have, Have Had, And Will Have The Solutions We Want By Accepting That Fact And Making Use Of Our Own Power.
Spread Some Joy Today–Maybe it’s time to stop looking outside. . .