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It's said that people are like prisms: our ideas are the rays of light that we gather and reflect, shining within u...
It’s said that people are like prisms: our ideas are the rays of light that we gather and reflect, shining within us and then beyond us into the world. Understandably, a prism in the right conditions—clean glass, appropriately shaped, situated near a source of light—creates the most spectacular lightshow.
Your receptivity to inspiration is exactly that: yours. It’s within you, should you care to reach for and unleash it. Rub the dust and the shadows away from the glass and bring that light back to life.
“Don’t Wait. The time will never be just right.” – Napoleon Hill
Recognize problems as challenges, and correlate challenges with personal growth spurts. As much as possible, remove negative people from your life and negative thoughts from your head. The alpha and omega: clear the walls of your own mind.
You’ve been there, and that’s where you want to get to again: the point where everything just seems to flow. You’re enraptured, you’re dedicated, you’re “in the groove” and you’re creating wonders without over-thinking. You’ll get to that point again, but not if you stop walking.
That means physically, emotionally, and spiritually. You function at your best when you’ve slept well, you’re hydrated and healthfully fed, and your body is no stranger to exercise.
The world is full of wonders. Stop for a moment and hear yourself breathing. Look at the shifting colours of the sky. See the perfection in the face of a flower. You’re a part and a contributor to all this beauty. Chilling (in a good way), isn’t it?
About anything that excites you! Feel a powerful emotion and take advantage of that. Listen to music that rouses you. Watch a film that moves you. Travel and explore the things beyond your desk or door. If you’re lucky enough, fall in love.
“Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once he grows up.” –Pablo Picasso
Surround yourself with people who inspire you. Read about those who inspire you and find out why and how they’ve done what they’ve done or are doing. Study greatness.
When you’re alone, lay your cards on the table and study them. This process—knowing where you are, seeing how far you’ve come, and reminding yourself of where you are going—has been a successful war tactic for centuries.
An old saying says: action may not always bring happiness, but there is no happiness without action. You’re a warrior when you stand up and face adversity, even if that enemy is simply your own fear. There’s something admirable in that. Be your own hero.
Little victories are still victories, so start with something easy and accomplish it. Sometimes the most encouraging thing can be success itself!
What in this life are you most thankful for? Putting yourself in a calmer and more loving state of being will open mental windows that you did not even know were there.
“Whoever loves much, performs much, and can accomplish much, and what is done in love is done well.” – Vincent Van Gogh