“Put yourself in a state of mind where you say to yourself, “Here is an opportunity for me to celebrate like never before, my own power, my own ability to get myself to do whatever is necessary.”” ~ Anthony J. Robbins …
Perhaps the only thing more important than what you believe… is the manner in which you believe it. We have unlimited potential in life; yet in spite of this fact, we often tend to limit ourselves by embracing a negative mindset, attitude, or emotions. If only we would always strive to put ourselves in a state of mind where we say to ourselves, “Here is an opportunity…” who knows what we can achieve.
With all our failures–all that we do wrong or could do better–it can be easy for us to forget to marvel in all that we do well. Still, our greatest capabilities lie within our own positive mindset. We are in complete control over our emotions and therefore control how we experience life. When we criticize ourselves and belittle ourselves, we relinquish our power and control to an unforgiving world. Yet the truth remains that we still hold all the power, we still maintain control, we have all the ability to accomplish whatever we want to–but we must believe in that ability and that power.
Success in life always requires one key ingredient… a determined and positive state of mind. Give yourself credit for having the power and ability to do whatever is necessary, and then harness that power each day. As a child of God, you hold infinite power. However, that power will lie dormant until you are willing to acknowledge it, accept it, and celebrate its presence in your life.
Celebrate your God-given ability to live life purposefully.
Questions to consider:
What does your typical state of mind feel like?
What are some of the things that affect your state of mind? How might you limit their effects when they are negative? How might you embrace them when they are positive?
How often do you celebrate yourself and your existence?
For further thought:
“Our attitudes control our lives. Attitudes are a secret power working twenty-four hours a day, for good or bad. It is of paramount importance that we know how to harness and control this great force.” ~ Tom Blandi