You Can Start The Great Change


Rob White, a dynamic philosopher, author, teacher, successful entrepreneur and founder of Mind Adventure, presents a special guest post:

Student: How does one learn to live his dreams?
Teacher: There is nothing at all that is complicated about it. YOU BEGIN.
Student: How do I begin?
Teacher: You begin by ceasing to participating in activity that has been stopping you from living your dreams. You know what these activities are; you simply have been ignoring them too long.

Might i ask you folks three personal questions?

(1) What things do you do from a false sense of duty? Stop it.
(2) What things do you do from family pressure? Stop it.
(30 What things do you do to please others? Stop it.

You learn to live as you’d like to live by stopping yourself when you are living as you do not like to live. You must declare a Declaration of Independence from emotional chains that bind you to living as you do not like to live. Now that is a powerful statement. Let’s look at it again: You must declare a Declaration of Independence from emotional chains that bind you to living as you do not like to live.

You are responsible for your the emotional chains that bind you … and you have the key to set you free.
(1) Empty your day of your habitual reactions.
(2) Don’t fear the void when you empty your day of habitual reactions, and quickly your spontaneous nature will fill it with amazingly creative action.

A person is a problem to himself as long as he mistrusts his superlatively creative nature. Your superlatively creative side will never fail you. Give it chance. You can reverse things. You can rise up and declare your freedom from bad habits with mighty power. You may have to do it with doubt and trembling at first – BUT DO IT!

There is a right way and a wrong way to live with yourself. You are now learning the right way. Please yourself as your integrity directs you to, not as others direct you to. When you do this, your awareness will grow:
(1) You will find incredible opportunities that you never noticed before.
(2) You will realize your unrealized potential in ways that you never began to imagine.

You have better things to do than waste your day in undesirable emotional states like intrepidation and doubt.
“He is wise who is wise to himself” – Euripedes.

Blessings, rob white

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