The one who has the most power to change your life is the one you see in your mirror!”
Think of your mind as a computer and work diligently to program it for the most positive and effective transformation. Just like a computer, if you load the wrong software into it, it will not function correctly and may cause a hardware crash which can cause tremendous aggravation to restore and rebuild before getting back on the right track. Just like when a computer gets a virus and needs to be cleaned up, we often need to remove the negative “viruses” in our lives. They run the gamut from negative and demeaning relationships, bad health habits that tear us down, careless spending that can put us in a sea of debt, filling up our mind’s computer with trash. When our thoughts become infected, we either clean them up, hit the gas and go forward in victory mode, or clog up our system and sit by the side of the road. It is your choice. Is it time to replace your mental engine?
When you go through life’s transitions, keep focused on the bigger picture. Design it in your mind no matter what is actually currently in your life. Walt Disney created the entire Magic Kingdom in his mind before he had the money, support, anyone’s respect and cooperation, or the very equipment that he could actually make it happen. He grew up as a poor workhorse on the family farm with an abusive father who made him and his brother work from before dawn to late at night, every moment they were not in school. They would freeze in the winter with holes in their one pair of shoes. His trials and loss of a true childhood is what gave him the drive to create an enchanted place for all of us to dream, have unbelievable fun, and experience life like never before!
If Walt Disney can do something so profound and miraculous, think of what you can do with the magic pen we call “the mind.
“Do not remember the former things, Nor consider the things of the past.. Behold, I will do a new thing, Now it shall spring forth; Shall you not see it? I will even make a road in the wilderness And rivers in the desert.” Isaiah 43: 18-19 (NKJV)