Tuesday, December 2, 2008

#9 (7:42 - 8:10)

meditate_550x413shkl "Release anything you have been told is impossible or unrealistic, and allow yourself to make your own contract with God about what is possible for you. Examine all the doubts you have about miracles and miracle workers and replace the doubt with openness. Be open and release everything that you hate."

Surrender your positionalities and belief systems. Many things we hold to be true today were merely belief systems that were passed on through generations. Sometimes when I think about some of these thoughts or ideas, many do not make any sense. However, given how powerful the mind is, once you believe something to be true, it can actually become part of your experience and manifest. That's the way the Universe works, "whatever you hold in mind, tends to manifest"; even if the thoughts are false. We can believe ourselves to have certain illnesses and actually experience that physically, even though that is not the case.

Now, I understand how important it is to pay attention to the thoughts I hold to be true. This message of openness basically allows us to release ourselves from age old belief systems and hold true what we feel to be so. If we believe something, and when we go within, it does not bring us happiness or love, then we are free to release that idea and listen to what our inner voice tells us. It is this inner voice that is the true expression of the Self.

I posted a great video on Great Talks about the power of the mind. It relates to this post in a sense. Check it out.

Napoleon Hill | The power of the mind

God bless.

Love Frank.


  1. As the Proverbs tell us:
    "As a man thinketh in his heart, so is he"
    Whatever you think or believe yorself to be, that you are - hence the importance of mainitaining positive images of ourselves and loved ones. To imagine ourselves into our desirable state is to use our creative power for good.

  2. "As you think, so shall you be"
    If you really think about this statement, it is amazingly powerful. I just finished watching a great movie "What the Bleep? Down the Rabbit hole" again last night. This talks about how quantum physics really is a confirmation that the mind and our perception creates our reality. The most amazing part was when they spoke about how reality changes when it is observed; the mere act of observation, changes the results of an experiment. This clearly validates that reality is subjective. WOW!!