Do we create our own destiny or are we victims of circumstances? When we answer this question we have answered all questions.
Our Super Power is not something paranormal. It is not something that we need to strive to attain. It is not something that only a few of us have …
Our Super Power is totally ordinary and natural. We all have it. We consciously or unconsciously use it ALL the time.
It is the power of our own minds to create. Our minds create our perceptions, our feelings, our thoughts. These, in turn, create our words and communication … These drive our actions … Which form into habits … That form our character … Which creates our destiny.
Whenever we want change in our life, we must change at the level where our true power lies. This is the level of our mind.
We are privileged to have both the sages of old and modern science confirming the same thing. Our minds can and do influence every area of our life on every level we can imagine. Our emotional happiness, our physical health, our spiritual harmony are all created by our mind.
So we vow to Master our Super Power. We are on a journey with a certain direction but no final destination. We are awakening. We are taking full responsibility of our true power.
We are not going to settle. We don't wait for change to happen. We consciously evolve. We transcend limitations.
We take responsibility for our lives and we take action! We turn curses into blessings. We use our gifts and share them with the world. We are grateful.
We know that we create our own happiness so we choose to live a fearless life.
We know that we create our own health so we choose to live a radiant life.
We know that we create our own harmony so we choose to live a balanced life.
We are not afraid of our Super Power. We master it.
The bottom line on beliefs is this:
You either consciously control your beliefs,
or they unconsciously control your life.
When it comes to desires, the bottom line is this ...
The wise person neither runs after desires nor depends on their absence to be at ease.
Often we live our lives based on the assumption that success leads to happiness. How many times have you exerted yourself beyond measure hoping to finally get fulfillment? I bet a lot. I know that I have. But have you ever questioned the validity of this axiom? Have you ever considered that chasing success to get happiness could be putting the cart before the horse?
I experienced a major 'Aha' moment when I realised that just the opposite is true. Happiness leads to success.
Do you know how many decisions does an adult make on average per day? According to many sources, the answer is 35,000.
How many of these do you think are life-changing? The answer is 'It depends'. We know that the proof of a decision made is a new action.
Every decision is life-changing when compounded by consistent action.
The graph below illustrates this:
Martin Stefanov Petkov
Master Superior Power