It’s a funny thing – this whole ‘psychic’ mind-reading
world we live in. And it doesn’t take much to do it –
if you simply look closely at people – real closely,
and listen to what they say, and HOW they say it.
For example, the other day I went for my daily massage.
The lady who normally works on me was busy, so I asked
for a replacement. The lady who entered the room took
one look at me and immediately rolled her eyes up to the
left then down the right side. This movement of her eyes
took about .001 of a second. Maybe less. It is reflective of
scorn or contempt.
“Get out,” I said with a serious smile.
I called for the manager. “Please bring me someone else,”
I told her. “Someone who likes to massage an American.”
Two minutes later another lady emerged. She had a pleasant,
confident smile on her face.
I asked her, point blank if she liked Americans. I asked her
if she was afraid of me.
And I watched her face when she answered. I watched her
eyes. They told me all I needed to know – and she got the job –
as well as a handsome tip for doing exceptional work.
What I am describing is all well and good – yet it is inconsequential
to the importance of being your own psychic – of reading your own
Not your future mind, either. Your present moment mind. The thoughts
you’re thinking right NOW. The words you use when you talk to yourself,
silently or out loud. It matters not. The images your run through your
super computer. The feelings you experience inside your mind/body when
you think the way you do.
Whatever you are doing with your words, pictures and feelings in the present
moment – these are YOUR FUTURE. Your future is a result of how you
think about your life right now.
Let me give you a fitness related example. Suppose you believe you need
to workout out today – but you’re not looking forward to it; you’re even
dreading it a bit. As a result of this, do you think you will be more or less
likely to procrastinate on your workout? Do you think you will be more or
less likely to have a good workout?
Alright, now change your thought to something like, “I love how good I feel
when I’m done exercising. Exercise always makes me feel so good. I love
to exercise – especially on the days I don’t want to. Those are the days that
exercise does me the most good.”
Now – as you think this thought, imagine seeing yourself working out – and
as you imagine that scene, see yourself smiling, relaxed and happy. Remove
any trace of a frown from your face. See yourself laughing and having a
good time – internally.
Okay – now answer the same questions I asked earlier. Do you think you will be
more or less likely to procrastinate on your workout? Do you think you will be
more or less likely to have a good workout?
My friend, it all boils down to your “want” muscle. If you WANT to do something,
especially if you want to do it because you LOVE doing it – well, look out.
NO-thing will stand in your way. NO-thing can stop you. Not even YOU.
Read your own mind. As impressive as it may appear to be able to pick up
on another’s thoughts – your focus should be on your own thoughts MOST
of the time. See what you’re thinking and make sure you keep it focused
on what truly matters to you.
Having a super fit body – being incredibly healthy and happy – I think those
are good WANTS, don’t you?
And my best-sellers, Combat Conditioning, Combat Abs, Gama Fitness and
so on will help you give them to yourself.
Be sure you put yourself into the future you want by exercising properly
and by thinking empowering thoughts that you choose yourself.
Kick butt – take names,
Int’l best-selling author of books, courses and programs that are changing
lives all over the planet – http://www.mattfurey.com/conditioning_book.html
P.S. All my emails are written stream-of-consciousness, usually without
correction of any sort. If you find typos, grammatical errors and misspelled
words – you are not a genius. They’re easy to find. At the same time, if
you get on my programs and create the body of your dreams – well then,
THAT is pure genius. Focus on yourself, not me. Make yourself better than
you are right now. Make yourself proud. Look yourself in the mirror and
declare, “Today I am the captain of my ship, the master of my destiny.”
And set out to prove it.