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Thursday, March 6th, 2014
Three years ago next month, Ia client came to see me for H-E-L-P.
He couldn’t really afford the ticket or my fee. He was over $90,000.00 in debt. But he felt he must come see me.
And he arrived on April 15 – of all dates.
At the time he felt as low as a man can feel. He felt inadequate as a father, as an entrepreneur, as a person.
He’s made decisions he now questioned.
Creditors were breathing fire on him. And he expected me to somehow fix everything for him?
Yesterday, I got an email from him. His life changed in a MAJOR way during his visit. And he wanted me to know where he is right now.
Here’s what he wrote:
I’ll never forget the talk we had after you handed me the walking sticks. As we set out on our five-mile journey, there wasn’t much said at first, then you asked, “Okay, so you have some finnacial challenges. What exactly are we talking about here?”
I told you about the debt I had racked up.
“Yeah,” you said.
Then I told you about all the monthly expenses I had and couldn’t meet.
You shrugged those off like they were nothing.
I was mystified at how you were so calm, so relaxed, just breathing as we walked and talked.
I was perplexed as to how you could think all this was no big deal.
I can’t remember much more about our talk. I guess I was in a trance. But something definitely happened to me during that walk. I wasn’t the same person when it ended. What a way to coach people.
Another big shift occurred later in the day. We were in your car and I heard your phone chiming from all the orders you had coming in.
I asked if you had a sale going on.
“No, why?” you said.
“Wow,” I said. “That’s amazing.”
When I returned home I began doing Theatre of the Mind every day without fail. No more doing it one day, then resting for a month. Every single day.
When I had no work on the horizon, I did what you told me to do. I had nothing else to do, and no client work. But I believed what you taught me and applied myself.
This process kept me positive and productive in the face of 90 sum thousand in the RED.
It wasn’t long before I had a few clients. And the few I had turned into MORE. A year later I was in a completely different reality.
Now I run a company with clients all over the world who line up to work with me. Tis pretty bizarre.
I’m almost at the phase you once told me about when you said, “Vince, right now it feels like you have to push a bolder up a hill with everything you’ve got. One day it will feel like all you have to do is tap a stone with your pinky and it will fly up on its own.”
Ahh, such a strong picture to focus on to this day.
Thanks Matt. Thanks Theatre of the Mind.
Author, Athlete, Entrepreneur, Artist and Daddy to 3 great girls
M.J.F. responds: Vince, thank you so much for the update. I’m certain it will inspire many people who’ve walked in similar mocassins. May continued blessings from the heavens and the earth continue to shine upon you.
P.S. If you’d like similar coaching for anything you’d like to make better in your life, there’s a way to get it – and get it NOW.
Tuesday, March 4th, 2014
During the Spring of 2007, a friend and client gave me a birthday gift. ‘Twas an autographed red-white-and-blue basketball.
Not much of a gift for a wrestler and martial artist, eh?
Well, hold on. There was something else. A note written upon the white part of the ball.
The note wasn’t pasted on or taped on. It was written right onto the ball.
It read as follows: “Matt, I’ll be coaching in the NBA before you turn 50.”
Now, this was quite a bold proclamation because this person had never played in the NBA.
Yes, he played in Europe. And coached over there. But the NBA is more than a long flight away from the European leagues.
Within a couple years this man secured a job within the NBA at the D-League level. It’s “kinda like” being a minor league coach in baseball. You may be a better coach than those in the Majors, but you’re not there yet.
So my friend put in his time. Many of his players got so good that they were picked up by the NBA mid-season, leaving him to scramble to find a way to win without the stars who just left.
Even so, he found a way to keep winning.
Year after year.
And then the year he boldly proclaimed came around. The year I would turn 50.
As my birthday neared I received some stunning photos from this man. I received some art work as well.
The photo was from the front page sports section. It showed his team holding a championship trophy. It showed other hands shouting into the air with a “we’re number one” index finger.
And very soon afterward, just around the time of my birthday, the big news came in another personal email. My friend, Nick Nurse, was now coaching in the NBA, with the Toronto Raptors.
I was the only person he told his “mental game” secrets to; the only one he gave a basketball to with his bold proclamation; the only person he even told his goal to.
I kept his goals to myself as well. Didn’t tell anyone what Nick was going to do.
Wouldn’t you like to hear what Nick’s mental game secrets for moving up the seemingly invisible ladder of success are?
I thought so.
You’ll find them in CD #6 in my all-new Theatre of the Mind program. Your jaws will most likely drop when you discover how simple Nick’s technique is – yet how powerful.
As I often say, “The simplest things are the most profound- and oftentimes the most difficult. Not because they’re difficult but because we make them more difficult than they are.”
Writing a simple sentence is supposed to be simple. Yet, most people complicate it.
Shooting a free throw is supposed to be a simple skill. No one in your way. Just take a free shot with no one blocking or defending.
Yet, players make it complicated – and miss.
Speaking in public is simple – yet many people make it so complicated they fear it more than death.
Making something simple complicated is a mental error. And it is corrected first in your mental movie theatre. If no correction is made in your mental movies, then no correction will take place in reality.
Nick Nurse understood this. It worked for him.
Will you let it work for you? Will you let yourself simplify what you’re making complicated.
I’d like to give you a hand – and my new program will show you the way I and so many of my friends and clients have done it.
It’s not complicated – but it is simple as well as profound.
Get the program NOW.
P.S. Some people have asked if the new Theatre of the Mind program is the same as the old program I had on a single DVD. I don’t know how it could be. Last year I released a 30-minute DVD on the subject. Yet this program is over 8 hours on CD, plus an hour on DVD, plus a gratis copy of 101 Ways to Magnetize Money – in Any Economy, plus a workbook. Doesn’t seem possible that someone could think they’re the “same.” But I’ll take the blame for not telling you sooner. They are very, very different. It’s like comparing a high school basketball team to the NBA champions. Big difference. But yes, it’s still just a game with a ball.
P.P.S. I guess I better give the entire name of the program as well, as the subtitle is very instructive. The full title is: Maxwell Maltz’s Theatre of the Mind: Creating Power and Results Through the Magic of Mental Movies.
Monday, March 3rd, 2014
This past Saturday I received a call from my friend, Fairfax Hackley, who was with Dan Gable at the Arnold Classic.
Coach Gable was just inducted into the Arnold Classic 2014 Hall of Fame as the “Greatest Olympic Wrestler and Coach in History.”
Fairfax mentioned to Coach Gable that we were good friends. Gable immediately tested to make sure.
“Can you call him right now and get him on the phone?” he asked.
“I can call him and if he doesn’t pick up he’ll call me back,” said Fairfax.
“Will he get back to you right away?” Gable asked.
“Yes, he’ll get back to me right away.”
Fairfax makes the call.
I don’t pick up because I’m with a friend. But I sense the urgency and excuse myself from the table. I call Fairfax back. He says, “I have
someone who’d like to speak to you.”
“Okay,” I reply.
The phone is transferred to someone else. He begins talking.
“Hello Matt,” he says. “How’s everything going?”
“Going great,” I reply.
“You still a kicking butt? You still a big shot?”
I know who this is, I think.
“Well, I’m not the type of person who’s going to refer to himself as a big shot,” i reply.
“But you’re doing okay, right?”
“Yes, we’re doing very okay.”
“Well, I’ve been watching you. You’re not an easy person to follow. Seems like you’re all over the place. And I want you to know that I have a different way of judging my athletes these days. I no longer judge them based upon what they did when they were with me. I judge them based on what they’ve done since they left.”
“Do you know who this is yet?”
“Yes, I do?”
“Okay, who is it?”
“It’s Coach Gable.”
“Ah, very good. How’d you know?”
“I know because you’re still testing me. You were seeing if I’d take the bait and brag on myself.”
“Well, we still have some wrestlers who need to come back to earth. They’re still not there yet.”
[Coach Gable begins to name name's and tell me, confidentially, whom he's still watching in the hopes that he'll get his act together.]
We speak for a few more minutes. Coach Gable, true to the end, does not directly praise me in anyway. It’s not his style. He understands the harm it can do.
Yet, as a result of what he did say, I’m elevated once again. I want to do even better. Not for him, for myself. But knowing that my former
coach is still, in some ethereal way, pulling for me – and all his former athletes, that says a lot. Which means, he will never be a “former”
coach to me or anyone who ever was given the grace to work with him.
Yes. The “grace.”
The great novelist John Irving, once wrote that to be on the mat with Dan Gable was to be in touch with “grace.” Yes, that’s the word he
To get a phone call from him, telling you how he’s still evaluating the talent he recruited, is as well.
In my newest product, Maxwell Maltz’s Theatre of the Mind, I tell many stories about Dan Gable and the influence he had upon me. From his visit to me in the hospital when my face was shattered, to him telling me I didn’t “try very hard” to his method of burning the past to create a vacuum for the future – it’s all in there. And then some.
If you haven’t already gotten this program, I suggest you do so NOW. It will give you the ONE SECRET to success that no one else is addressing. With it, you can do virtually anything. Without it, there isn’t a single self-develpment technique in the world that will help you.
Be Still – and Flow,
P.S. Still think that thinking the wrong thoughts is no big deal, that negativity doesn’t matter. Well, look at this Dan Gable quote. Imagine being 181-0, and this is your very last match in college, for the NCAA title, and this is what you admit to thinking about it:
“All I worrried about was what (Owings) was doing to me, instead of what I was doing to him. When you start worrying about that stuff, you’re going down the wrong path.”
Want to stop worrying about the negative and bring forth the positive, then make sure you get your copy of Maxwell Maltz’s Theatre of the Mind right NOW.
Friday, February 28th, 2014
Warning: Today’s message may rattle a few cages. Proceed with caution. Proceed only if you are open to new ways of thinking.
Over the years I’ve written and spoken a number of times about a belief many parents pass on to their children about the importance of getting Straight A’s in school.
If getting Straight A’s is something you and your child want, I’m all for it and can show you how to accomplish this feat with far greater ease, by using Theatre of the Mind - especially the newest and most powerful version of the program, that I recently released with Nightingale-Conant.
On the other hand, I will go on record stating that I do NOT demand that my children get Straight A’s. My wife and I believe that A’s, B’s and an occasional C are fine.
Although my wife is Chinese, neither of us believe the world is going to come to an end if my child gets a “A-” – (an A- is known as the ”Chinese F” in many Asian families), much less a B.
Now, truth be told, I often wonder if demanding A’s and B’s is still the wrong approach.
Because you still have to factor in the truth.
Most of the subjects students take in school are not necessarily interesting or exciting to them. And there are some very, very wealthy businessmen who dropped out of school for that reason. In short, they couldn’t take it anymore, so they started Apple, or Microsoft, or Facebook, and so on.
If you’d like to read a good book on this covered-up secret, I suggest The Education of Millionaires: It’s Not What You Think and It’s Not too Late by Michael Ellsberg.
Oh, by the way, the author of the above references “yours truly” in his book, so you really do want to check it out, eh?
Anyway, I’ve always justified our families “A-B grades” philosophy because my wife and I are big believers in being involved in other activities outside of school such as baseball, dancing, piano, paining and martial arts – to name a few.
None of these activities can be learned at a high level in your standard public or private school. If you want to get good at them, you must seek outside coaching.
Now, it turns out that you could choose any one of the “extra” outside interests listed above, and you’ll see a massive amount of interest and excitement.
Make a note, as Emerson said, “Nothing great was ever accomplished without enthusiasm.”
Okay, so that covers a portion of my previous thinking. To me, getting A’s and B’s instead of “only” straight A’s was based upon having other interests.
But now, I’ve changed my tune.
Because when I hear parents talk about their children, they say the following: “Getting Straight A’s is VERY IMPORTANT if you want to get into a good college or get a good job.”
Fact or fiction?
Answer: Part fact – part fiction. Part A. Part B. Maybe even a Part C.
Here’s what I have observed to be reality:
1. There are many people in college who were NOT straight A students.
2. There are many people in college who did not get all A’s and B’s.
3. There are people in college who barely passed high school.
4. There are people who have high-level jobs who were not straight A students.
5. There are people in positions of authority who, based upon the straight A theory, should NOT be.
Although the above represents fact, not fiction, the “you must get straight A’s thinking” continues in many households. Again, I’m not against that if that’s your family’s way of doing. At the same time, there’s another totally missed ASSUMPTION in the belief that: ”Getting Straight A’s is VERY IMPORTANT if you want to get into a good college or get a good job.”
What’s the assumption?
The assumption is that a “JOB” is working for someone else.
I understand having a goal of straight A’s and I support it 100 percent. Without pushing, our children have set goals to get straight A’s – and we have supported them wholeheartedly in that quest.
But my wife and I have NEVER told our children that you MUST get straight A’s in order to get a good job.
Why? Because we wouldn’t even think of thinking that it’s a good idea to think about getting a job from someone else.
Think about it. Most people who have jobs HATE their jobs. They go to work dreading their jobs. The majority of these people work for someone else, which is one of the key reasons WHY they hate their jobs.
So I am NOT going to tell my son or daughter to get straight A’s so they can get a good job from someone else.
Get straight A’s because you’d like to get straight A’s. Get straight A’s because you want to prove to yourself that you can. That’s enough of a reason.
It’s a far better reason than the reality of what your child will most likely face if you sell him the “straight A’s equals great job theory.”
Moreover, when talking to your child about good grades, why not plant a different image in his Theatre of the Mind?
Why not plant the following: “Son/daughter, the reason it’s a good idea to get good grades in school is because someday you may want to work for yourself. Someday you may want to be self-employed. You may want to open a business or go into private practice. You may want to make it BIG. You may want to hire a whole bunch of other people to work for YOU. You may want to help make the world a better place. And in order to do so, you’ll want to carry a feeling of success in every cell in your body. Getting good grades will be a reminder to you, when times are tough, that you can focus on something you really want – and you can make it happen.”
On the flip side, George, a friend of mine with five children, managed to get ALL of them off to college with “full rides.”
How’d he do it. He painted the following imagery in the Theatre of the Mind and passed it off to each child. It goes as follows:
“Son/Daughter, let me make you a deal. If your grades in school are so good that you get a scholarship to the college of your choosing, I will buy you a brand new car as your reward. Is that fair?”
Five children. Five full rides. Five brand new cars.
Yet, look at how this man framed his message to his children.
What can I tell you about this man? A lot. But I’ll keep it short.
He works for himself.
Different thinking, different pictures in your mind’s eye produce very different results.
Here endeth today’s lesson.
Be Still – and Flow,
P.S. When Nightingale-Conant contacted me about producing Theatre of the Mind they didn’t ask me what grades I got in school. Thank goodness. Whew! Make sure you order this extraordinary life-changer NOW.
Monday, February 24th, 2014
The last few mornings, shortly after arising, I go to a “play room” in our home and practice falling.
Yes, you heard that right. I practice falling – something most people have great fear of – and never resolve. So, I came up with the idea to begin my day with fall-ure. Afterall, when you get fall-ure out of the way early on, the rest of the day is absolutely awesome.
I start off falling down backwards. I imagine someone pushing me in the chest, and I immediately collapse, as if I feinted, into a relaxed heap of cells on the floor.
As soon as I touch the floor, I start to get back up as quickly as I can while staying totally relaxed. To do this I focus on my breathing.
When I’m getting up, I’m not interested in adding more tension to my body because it will interfere with the process of standing.
Did you know that?
The same goes with falling. The reason people are afraid of falling (fall-ure) is because as soon as the person begins to fall, he
tenses his muscles, holds his breath and does everything he can to prevent it.
Nothing wrong with preventing a fall – but being afraid of falling is pretty much the same as being afraid of failing, hence the term I coined: fall-ure.
When someone is afraid to fail, he’s also afraid of falling, and vice versa. Fear of failure doesn’t help you to succeed, just as fear of success doesn’t help you succeed.
Ridding your mind-body of fear is a wonderful idea. You didn’t come into this world riddled with fear. You learned fear. You watched your parents and learned to be afraid. You learned to be afraid from teachers, siblings, coaches and neighborhood bullies.
At some point you may have heard a “fear not” speech, or you got mentored by someone who taught you how to overcome fear. And learning from these people was a fortunate day in your life.
At the same time, you probably have no idea how much fear is still in your mind-body, regardless of how much time you’ve invested in “do the thing you fear” actions.
In addition to overcoming fear, other benefits of this drill are as follows:
1. All grogginess or feelings of not being fully awake yet vanish within 30 seconds.
2. My energy picks up dramatically. Tension leaves the mind and body in an instant, even if I felt I had none to begin with.
3. I feel loose and flexible all over.
Yes, I realize this drill is not appropriate for everyone – so heed the suggestions of your physician before beginning something like this.
If it’s not for you, have no fear. I have many other ways to rid yourself of fear.
By the way, be on the lookout for a special offer I’ll be sending your way within the next 24 hours.
Be Still – and Flow,
P.S. The teleseminar I’m planning to do on the Neg Busters/Theatre of the Mind Coaching program will be held on Wednesday at 12 noon EST. If you’re interested in this, please be sure to fill out an information request.
Wednesday, January 22nd, 2014
This morning Denise Ford posted the following on my Facebook page:
“Dear Matt and Sean,
A thousands hugs… sharing this Hopi poem – which I know you know, to be so:
Do not stand at my grave and weep
I am not there, I do not sleep.
I am a thousand winds that blow.
I am the diamond glints on snow.
I am the sunlight
On the ripened grain.
I am the gentle Autumn’s rain.
When you awaken in the morning hush,
I am the swift uplifting rush of quiet birds in circled flight.
I am the soft stars that shine at night.
Do not stand at my grave and cry.
I am not there.
I did not die.
My Spirit is still alive…
Thank you, Denise. And now I’d like to share a picture
of my Mom’s favorite hero – (aside from all of her children
and grandchildren – and the Obvious Others).
He has his arm around her in this photo – taken in 2007,
at one of my seminars.
He was my coach at Iowa, Dan Gable.
Thought all of you would like to see this one.
Thanks for all your thoughts and prayers.
Pictured in photo: Top row, L to R, Sean Furey, James Furey (Dad), Dan
Gable, Kathleen Furey; Bottom row, L to R, Frank Furey, Matt Furey, Zhannie Furey
Tuesday, January 21st, 2014
At 7 a.m. yesterday, as I sat holding my Mom’s hand, I gazed deeply into her fading eyes as I sent loving energy to her.
Being trained in the internal martial arts, it was only natural for my focus to be inward as well as outward. The “dan tian” area, located a few inches below the navel center was one internal focus point. And as I kept this focus energy streamed through my body, connected to my core and flowed into my mother’s body via our connected palms.
On two separate occasions Mom looked at me and smiled. Despite her agony, she still found a way to express the joy she embodied.
Before my eyes I saw how our roles were now reversed. It wasn’t that long ago that Mom was helping a newborn baby come to life in this world – and stay alive. It was “only a flicker” ago that I was in the hospital bed with her, and it was my lips that were shaking. It was I who couldn’t speak. It was I who needed love more than anything else.
Now I was “Mom” and she was “me.”
And in a strange twist of the cosmos, for the very first time, my arm was an umbilical chord sending love to my mother’s soul. I felt the energy pulsing so strongly from my center and through her arm that I realized: “HA. Birth and death – same-same.”
They may not feel the same – but they really are.
There is no “loss” in my Mom’s exit from this earthly plain. Only gain.
As I told my Dad yesterday, “To go out on Martin Luther King Jr. Day is a victory. She’s singing, ‘Free at last. Free at last. Thank God Almighty I’m Free at Last.”
I thank all of you for your kind emails, text messages and Facebook comments. They mean a lot to me.
In particular, I cherish the message that read, “I feel honored to have met your Mom.”
Yes, it was an honor to know my Mom. Even more to be raised by her.
Monday, January 20th, 2014
I got up yesterday morning at 10 a.m. Slept in a bit after teaching for two straight days.
Looked in the closet and put on a jersey I only wore once. It was when I attended Super Bowl 43.
I wore it all day – and wondered why.
Then late yesterday afternoon I sent out an email entitled “The Battle for Your Life.” Strange subject line. Wondered why I chose that one.
Three minutes after the email went out my father called. Before I answered I heard a voice say, “Your mother died.”
I answered. My dad could barely speak. I kept saying “hello” and then he said, “Mother is in emergency.”
My wife and I, along with my friend, Mark, rushed to my Dad’s home and picked him up.
As soon as my father saw my mother’s condition he called the pastor. I knew the end was near but she survived the night.
At 5:30 am I was awakened by an angel telling me to go NOW to the hospital.
I was greeted by an open-eyed mother, glad to see me. I held her hand until nearly 8 am – then left to pick up my father.
Before leaving I told my Mom I was going to get Dad and bring him to see her.
“Is that okay?” I asked. She shook her head no. Nah, couldn’t be.
On the way to the hospital I told my Dad that Mom was hanging on for him and he needed to give her permission to transition Both of us began to cry. Then we recovered and he nodded and prayed that God could have her now if it was best for her.
When we walked into my Mom’s room we were greeted by the nurse who told us “she just died.”
After our initial reaction, my Dad and I acknowledged that she didn’t want her husband of 63 years to see her last moments. Always the private person. Right to the very end of her physical journey.
This one began on 4/30/1927 – so now you know why I wore number 43 yesterday.
Mom, I’m so thankful that you were my Mother. I love you – and we’ll stay in touch. You’ll be hearing from me – often.
I’ll never forget you and now pass back to you what you would always write and say to me, “I love you – but Jesus loves you more.”
You’re now with Him – then again you always were.
P. S. Last night Frank said, “You always made the best waffles.”
Kathleen Rose McGrath Furey
4/30/1927 – 1/20/2014
Wednesday, September 25th, 2013
Here’s a testimonial from a man who thought he was already in flow, but after getting his energy field cleaned – his success has skyrocketed. My comments to follow:
“Within 30 seconds after starting to get cleared, my arm started to get hot. I started to yawn. And then BAM, I had so much energy, I couldn’t sit in my chair anymore. I had to get up and move around because I was so energized.
What unfolded in my life within 2 days after the session was astounding. A website of mine started producing 50% more income than before, yet I hadn’t done anything to it. New opportunities keep appearing before my eyes. Everyone notices me when I walk in a room.
The amazing part is, I didn’t even know I had a block. Imagine you wore sunglasses for years and you forgot how bright life could really be. This session takes off your sunglasses and makes life bright again. It just keeps getting better and better and the session was only 1 week ago from the time I’m writing this. Thank you, Matt. I feel like a kid again.”
M.F.: This testimonial was sent to me almost two weeks ago. And the positive results Matt is raving about have magnified and multiplied. In fact, if I told you the other “coincidences” that have taken place for him you might think, “That’s just not possible.”
It most certainly is. Remove the subconscious blocks from your field and life will open up to you on a grand scale.
And the best part of this process is this: No effort on your part is required to get your field cleaned. Other than showing up to The Flow II in Clearwater, Florida, this November.
Enroll now, my friend, and you’ll be off to the races.
Monday, September 23rd, 2013
You might think this email is some sort of set-up prior to Halloween, especially since the first in this series, which I’ll be covering over the next couple weeks is entitled: The 6 Ghosts of Fear.
Others I have planned cover much more on the ghoulish side of things, so you absolutely MUST tune in … unless you want that sort of thing operating in your life. And if that’s the case, you might as well stop reading now and move on as you will not benefit from anything else in the article, much less the others.
Truth is, I’m writing to you today to discuss FEAR, and how it controls, paralyzes and prevents us from doing what is most beneficial to our success and happiness.
In Napoleon Hill’s first book, “Laws of Success,” he wrote about the six basic fears of the human race, namely:
Fear of Poverty
Fear of Ill Health
Fear of Old Age
Fear of Criticism
Fear of Loss of Love
Fear of Death
In his book “Think and Grow Rich,” Hill refers to them as “ghosts” – giving them a form and context that frankly, some people are uncomfortable with. Even so, Hill must not have cared, as he deliberately used the term,
In other writings as well as lectures and seminars, Hill went even further, making mention of “invisible counselors,” his spirit guide, “Norm Hill,” who helped him find parking places when there weren’t any – as well as the positive angels and spirits whom he invoked each day for protection, healing of body and mind, and so on.
In Laws of Success, Hill wrote that all OTHER fears fit under one of the six basic “ghost” categories, then adds, “Every human being who has reached the age of understanding, is bound down, to some extent, by one or more of these six basic fears.”
These six basic fears are referred to as “EVIL” by Hill, and they must be conquered if you are going to lead a successful life.
Now, being that Hill’s books went into circulation in the 1920′s and 30′s – and are still widely read today, you’d think that these six ghosts would be conquered, but this is most certainly not the case, mostly because many people don’t read self-help books – and those who do may not believe that these six ghosts are a HUGE problem.
Going a bit further, many people may think that the word “ghost” was used flippantly by Hill. I doubt that is the case, and friends of mine who are clairvoyant would most certainly echo the same refrain.
Whether you believe in ghosts is a personal choice. Personally, I care not whether a person believes or doesn’t. But I do care about whether a person is being BLOCKED from success and happiness because of invisible (to most) forces that drag you down and prevent you from moving forward.
And this, my friend, is the “Dark Side of Self-Help.” You’re trying to make your life better. You’re trying to move up the ladder. You’re trying to be positive, to do the right thing – but you truly feel like you can’t. Deep down you can sense there is a blockage, but you don’t see it, and if you did, you wouldn’t have a clue as to how to get rid of it.
This blockage represents why other people can visualize, affirm and get what they want – sometimes almost instantly – while all you get from your attempts are more misery.
There are those who practice Theatre of the Mind and seemingly miraculous things happen. Then there are others who want to picture a goal, but all they see is darkness. Or when they’re picturing what they want, “interference” enters the image and disturbs them.
Then there are others who know how much Theatre of the Mind helps them – when they do it – but that’s the problem (or is it?), I can’t get myself to do what I know is beneficial.
Here’s what I can tell you now, and I’ll be brief: All thoughts that are emotionalized do not stay put. They travel. Positive thoughts that are mixed with positive emotion go out into the Universe and begin bringing what you want toward you as you move toward it.
Likewise, positive thoughts that are mixed with non-positive emotions like FEAR, go out into the Universe and bring more of what you fear. This is why Napoleon Hill said to NEVER pray for something while in the mental state of fear. Hmmm.
Okay, here’s something else to consider, that I’ll cover in detail at THE FLOW II in November: the fears you experience go into your energy field and hang out. And they stay there, blocking you from moving forward.
Not only that, if you accepted other peoples’ fears as fact, you’ve got their junk in your field, too. And because their emotionalized fears are now in your field, you think their thoughts are yours.
This is why one of the single most important parts of self-help should be “cleaning your field” of negative energies. But how do you do that? Moreover, how do you keep it clean once it’s been purged of all the junk?
Again, this is something you can count on learning at THE FLOW II, this November in Clearwater, Florida.
In order to get you FLOWING, the energetic “ghosts” have to be cleared from your field. Once this is done, you’re now in position to use visualization and other mind-body tools better than ever before. And they’ll work so fast for you that you’ll be stunned.
So you have a choice, remove the ghosts of fear, and the other ghoulish things I’ll be writing to you about in the coming weeks – and get into FLOW – or stay stuck and forever bewildered as to why.
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