Tuesday, August 28, 2012

"In all your seeking, seek understanding..."

"If you want something you've never had, you must be willing to do something you've never done."
~ Thomas Jefferson

It's wonderfully fascinating how we are more spiritual beings than we are physical beings.

How we have these things called souls that when they happen to permanently "leave" our bodies then we die...physically that is.

So in a sense we are our souls and not our physical bodies.

And science has proven that energy (the soul) never dies, it only changes form, so it only makes sense for us to value our soul more than our body.

But what the flesh wants the flesh gets right?

Although, those that do become proficient in having command over the bodies (by having control of their thinking) achieve a higher level of happiness, a higher level of success, than the majority who are hooked on the instant gratification drug.

You cannot live the lifestyle that can only be experienced on a higher level than the one you are currently in, by continuing to do the same things you've always done.

It's like trying to learn the four times table when still trying to master the two times table.

To get what you never had you need to do something you've never done.

But it takes some effort on your part for you to implement change.

Effort in a sense of you sometimes having to give up what you love the most in exchange for better circumstances, which won't come to you immediately.

And that's the rub.

Most people do the life improvement processes for a couple of weeks and when visible change is not apparent they quit and go back to their old habits, habits that are responsible for the results they keep complaining about.

They keep at the same level because going to the next level is too scary.

Fear holds them back from what they really want.

Fear that usually comes in the form of reasons (excuses) why they aren't willing to risk it.

What's needed here more than anything else is figuring out what makes you tick.

Something I pledged to expose to only those who are willing to being open minded to receiving new possibilities and ideas that literally change lives.

If this is you and you really want to change your life for the better, go to this link, and there you will find a public domain free ebook for you to read through and begin/ re-launch your understanding of how YOU work.

Repetition is the mother of all learning, so I suggest you read and re-read for increased learning.

With the objective of figuring how you could make life work FOR you instead of working AGAINST.

I love you.

Please forgive me.

I'm sorry.

Thank you.

~ Musawenkosi Tshoaele

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