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Worries are the things only

Worries are the things only

You might have heard about thinking and have been convinced that it is what we do every day, but, it is not entirely true, well, in some cases some are thinking.

I have my education from Proctor Gallagher Institute, I have the full 13 month Bob Proctor Coaching, which is few years ago I went through that. The important point here is mental activity is not thinking, because thinking in my opinion and my mentors, is creative, it is when we creates images in our mind, and we use the brain to do it.

Worries are merely an activity, it is an empty and cluttered activity. It really occupies our mind in a certain way that we would lower so much that we feel we can take action with almost no anxiety, and that is true.

I see worries as like we are having a loan in our bank, and pays back more than we have borrowed, or a better image to work with is to see worries as we are paying interests to the bank, though we are not having a loan.

With that phrase you might say, I would never pay interest to the bank, because if I do not have any loans there, I would add, you are right, that is ridiculous, so why would you and I worry?

Worry is what is invisible and have been taught from childhood. It is the thing that keeps the majority mentally ill, though not to make a stamp on anyone, but, the worries can stop many people, though using the right perception, worries can be used as steps to eliminate other fears as I see it.

When watching my mentors talk about the worries we put ourselves in then he underlines the quote understood best by the majority, “the cave you fear to enter holds the treasure you seek”. Right there and just even thinking about it provokes worries in the mind, because we begin to entertain a new idea from fear that what if we get killed? We are not educated to make quantum leaps, only in some areas.

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Many men

You have probably given this a lot of thinking, wondering and consideration and one thing I strongly assume is, there are probably many men and women down through history, who have tried to invent things like light and all kinds of alternative things.

I got inspired to think about this because a friend of mine made a post of Nikola Tesla. I then associated with my education with Proctor Gallagher Institute, they are always improving themselves and striving to do better.

What I did was combining those two fields and asking myself, if I rewind time and relate it to today’s people who are trying and doing what they can to invent things, I firmly believe that there have been dozens if not hundreds of people doing what they do.

What inspires people to do such a thing? Well, there are some answers I like and more than I can think of.

In a video of my mentor Bob Proctor, he spends approximately 25 minutes explaining how we see ourselves and that human is the creator of circumstance. He mentions that Carl Benz was the first to create the automobile as we know of today.

I believe there have been many more since him who have been thinking of to create an automobile or was faster than a horse, goat or any animal we have used to transport things. Now at this point I am longer back in history than the first kings and queens.

Howcome I want to bring this out to people? I want to do the public a favor to enlighten them about what has been going on before the Christian time as we know Jesus should have preached about belief.

I want to go farther back and see what has been, the writings on the wall. Okay, so if I go that long back, I probably end in a place between what we have found of writings, and the first humans that walked our planet.

Neville and I and Father

“It is like christmas – https://tinyurl.com/phbbre5 – discovery of the father in the son”.

His article or writing puts a brand new view of beliefs in me. I can thank him for that, though his physical being is not here, his soul might still fly around. Well, I can point out that everyone have their own beliefs. So what turned me on or motivated me to write this was the “Seek The Kingdom” writing. He refers to the Father and the I, are the same. Though I am certainly not a Christian or religious that way, and I know by that because when I take trips of walking and hear the sound of bells from churches, I get a little annoyed because no one actually knows why churches are designed the way they are. I have a friend who knows a lot about it.

I amness is a special title so to speak, I see it as something I point at and saying, I am, but what am I, are we speaking spiritually or what exactly do the I refer to? In my view my I is me, it is my selfdiscovery of I am something, it is the value I have not yet found but it is something I discover, okay it sounds a bit religious, but I can say that the I Am is what I look at is far different from your understanding, or I would say the interpretation of the I. I is me, it is like I look at me from a second view. In our world some would see it as a disturbing factor because it refers to something called what Neville says, the father.

The father as he describes is the God or as the same person or view as the I Am. The Father and the I Amness is the same according to him, I believe I know why he mention the Father that way, is because of the discovery of who or what we really are. The more we seek the Father the more we shall become him, or Mother as her, I believe Neville refers to the Father because we have belief in him from Christianity etc.

Think and grow rich

This is the title of Napoleon Hill’s book, which he did spent 20 years of writing, and what has come out of it? a lot of wealth. My mentor is a very passionate and what I know about right now is that, he is the current, and what I have heard until now, he has studied it the most. He has the habit to say he is reading it every day, and I do actually understand him because I have been in books with an alike meaning. I have read the book myself, in Danish that is, but I haven’t read it so that I would impress myself, and that is the big key.

The impression of things has to occur to change our subconscious mind that is either by positive or negative impression, because it is emotional, like a chock or a surprise, the emotional impact that really changes things in us. The chapter that impressed me more than others or to be exact, two chapters, was the first of a story about this guy who wanted so deeply or this great desire to work as a partner with Andrew Carnegie, and if I remember correctly then he or Napoleon Hill stated, to be sure there is one way and forward is to burn all bridges behind, when I read I was thinking; what if I did that to my past. What would happen to me mentally, would I break down?

The other chapter on self-suggestion, I remember I read it in the train and the bus. On the way out and the way home from work. I actually miss that time, but it’s over. I read and started to think about the self-suggestion chapter once I came across one word after another. I then realized, if I would take one word at a time, picture it myself as a film etc. what would it do to impact me if I did what it said. Then I can now say to you that, the self-suggestion came clear to me that I would take charge over my senses and would have self-control over my five senses. That is enormous.

“To get or give impression – https://tinyurl.com/pc5mowe – we have to impress ourselves first through thinking”.

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