Your new self-discovery thought with this article…
Are you a beast or a savior?
I’m asking that voice in your head, without any thoughts of how good or how bad
you can sometimes be to yourself. Without question, I already know there are great
qualities about you.
Learning about the beast or savior is the most important thing you can do for yourself
because it helps you determine if at times you are holding yourself back from the things
you want to have, to do, or to become. How do you learn it? You start with this message.
Mom and dad made you genetically. Environmentally they and others that surrounded
you molded the way you think, feel, and act by the time you were 6 to 7 years old. Your habits
The habits you form were based on some of those things that were repeated over and over
and in many different ways to you…like the comment that “It is better to be safe than sorry.”
Then, school, friends, work, and that boss who further molded your thought process. They all
gave you the best they had, which added to or reinforced some of your habits and firm beliefs.
95% of us including me came from that background, which totally lacked one thing. Understanding
the mind and whether some of your formed habits/beliefs at times are your beast or savior. Regrettably, over 90% of us do not even know about the beast which can easily become your savior.
The worst part is most of that 90% are not aware of this.
The question is are you aware that this happens to you?
Bob Proctors calls the background you came from Your Paradigm. Your Paradigm literally controls
your daily thoughts, feelings, and body actions. Without question, awakening to those fixed
habits/beliefs, which I call that voice in your head that you operate with is the most important
thing you can do for your life.
Have you noticed that many of my articles focus on this same subject? Because it is important.
Future articles will continue to show you steps to become aware of your own voice. Becoming
aware of it means you will have to first see it for yourself.
Video # 14 started the process
The below quote goes with the article:
Your genetics, living environment…
then add schools, friends, work…
this created over 90% of what ??
Your daily habits…think about that…
Always remember you’re the greatest…Mike