What has changed in your life?  Have you taken on the responsibility of making your dreams come true?  Or, have you continued to invest in behavior that keeps you from your goals? If you have, then look at how quickly time has gone by and what you might have accomplished had you started on your path when you first came to The Will Powers Institute. Take this time to review what is better in your life than 3 months ago. What have you done to make changes? There are ups and downs. There always will be.  That is life.  It is a test and the more tests you pass, the faster and harder comes the next one. This is how we grow.  This is why we are in our bodies.  Remember the feeling of having a full minute, hour, day, week, or better yet, month of being 'centered.' Close your eyes and visualize those moments.

Ask yourself what simple action can you take to have more of those moments? What can you do to improve the quality of your life?  Keep in mind there is no quick fix. "Practice makes perfect." This cliché, like most, is a truth. Success on any level comes from self control. When we do not practice control over our mind and bodies, we can end up feeling depressed. We feel like failures.  Control over what you eat, what you think, what you say, will give you the foundation to be a more loving person to yourself and to others.  Keep in mind there is no such thing as ‘getting away’ with anything.

Not long ago, I met someone who lives her life in fear of cancer. She does not have it, however she thinks about it very often. She has an investment in thinking that because she will die of cancer she need not address the real issues in her life that make her feel she is dying. This is dangerous. Your mind is the most powerful part of you. It's possible to cause bad things to happen as well as good things based on how you direct your mind. How do you help yourself to be free from the worries that keep you from attaining your dreams? One way is to write down what is your biggest fear.  Ask yourself "What is the worst thing that could happen?" The brain, the nervous system, and muscles are obedient servants of pictures placed in your head. In order for you to reach your goals, you have to BE your goals - see yourself as an indelible image having achieved those goals. Tattoo it on your brain. Spend a few minutes each day visualizing yourself the way you want to be, having the things you want to have. Do this consistently.
It's up to YOU.


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