So far, with the assistance of my family I have actually achieved more in the last 11 months than I have in 43 years on this planet (with the exception of my Wife and Children) and, in contrast to sitting back and congratulating myself it has just given me more drive, I was thinking about this last night and asked myself some questions that I think we could all do with asking ourselves and answering honestly.
- What if we could release the full power of the mind – There are many people that believe in the power of the mind and there are many more that exhibit extraordinary ability in many different ways.
- What is holding us back from doing the above – Are we really just to scared to try, is it just lack of effort or is there more to it ?
- Do I really do enough each day to get to me goals – effort is something only we can feel, it is true that we can show outward sign of effort when there is none just as opposite is true and people looking in can not see the effort we are exerting, there is a saying in Yoga “Storm within calm without” and some people live their lives this way.
- And what would you do if you suddenly found yourself at your end goal?
So far I have begun a turnaround in my life and have noticed a difference in my children my wife and generally the people around me, I had a fascination with becoming the best I could be and helping others to do the same thing, that fascination has become something more, a tangible emotion.
When I was younger I was really into mountain biking, trail riding mainly and I became fairly good at it, I would spend entire days riding out across fields and through woods, at a fair pace too, obviously I do not need to explain how it went when I sat back on my bike at 25 and a half stone, the back tire went flat and I was out of breath after about a minute of pedalling, but yesterday I went out on it for the first time in a couple of months, and I had that feeling that children get when they do something for the first time, that surprise and elation that whatever it was just worked, my pace was back up into the 11 – 13mph range and my only concern as far as distance was concerned was the fact that for the vast majority of the ride I was lost!
I have been working on a system of meditative thought that I call “driving through the brain” using the power of the mind to influence the body rather than using the body to influence the mind and the results have been very positive and I will share this as we go on of course.
You know you are lost when the plan is to follow the train tracks because they must lead somewhere!
Hope none of this sounds to weird and that you stick with me as I start to push even harder toward my goals, and with any luck inspire and assist anybody who decides to come along to achieve theirs too!