Fifteen minutes a day can do wonders. Almost all of us are busy doing something. And some of us are just plain lazy. You probably have that guitar collecting dust in the corner of your room, do you? Did you ever get past learning the first riff of that Led Zeppelin song? Well, with just fifteen minutes a day you will learn anything. You should know that most people have a short attention span and diving into a new subject for an hour or two is a "brain-ache". Yea, just relax. That's why I intentionally have these very short blog posts. Really.
Okay. So, if you are like me -I just like getting information fast and easy. I don't like trivial unnecessary data. Just give me what I need and everything else will take care of itself.
Pick a subject. Let's say. You want to learn to play the guitar. Can you spare just fifteen minutes? Time yourself if you want. If you past fifteen minutes, don't fret. Just don't overdo it. If you spent too much on any subject you are bound to hate it. Remember, all you need is a mere fifteen minutes a day. If you do twenty or thirty, it's okay. But if you do more than that, you will hate yourself tomorrow and every time you pass by that guitar you will want to kick it.
This will work with any subject. If you want to learn languages, music, writing, history, science or law. Fifteen is the magic number.
Albert Einstein stated, ""Anyone can be a genius if they pick one specific subject and study it diligently just 15 minutes each day" .
Try it today and do it for thirty days and see how much you learn. If you do this for a whole six months, I guarantee that you will be an expert on any subject.
Our mind can transcend space and time. There are no barriers. Every time we look into the
future or the past, we are transcending the concept of time. And time is just a concept. It's not real. We make time real for reference purposes. We time travel with our minds on a daily basis. The power to change things in thepast can be done if we believe that our lives are only based on our thought projections. Are we living in an illusion? Is death an illusion? According to Robert Lanza, M.D., author of Bicocentrism, states that Albert Einstein was correct about the Illusion theory. "In truth, you can’t see anything through the bone that surrounds your brain. Your eyes are not portals to the world. Everything you see and experience right now – even your body – is a whirl of information occurring in your mind," states Dr. Lanza.
If we can only recognize that time is just a mere illusion and every thing is created by the mind then we can accomplish anything. The power to make that change and actually make it happen will alter your life completely.
Imagine a wizard. Imagine manifesting something out of nothing. Being aware that life is merely an illusion and actually making this dramatic shift in thought can actually be your "ark of the covenant." This is the power to set you free from everyday obstacles. Even life's trivial annoyances.
The power to change things is to know that things can be changed no matter what. We can change the past and the future simply because we know it can be changed. If we struggle with this then it can not be achievable. You think it's insane? Of course it is. We can only believe what we want to believe. Change your mind and you get to change your world.
The key to everything is mind. Your belief system is the one thing (an only thing) that will move you into the right direction or hold you back. Start by designing a brand new belief system. Design a new map.
I believe now: My new belief system:
I can not make more money. I now have new opportunities to make more money.
I'm stuck in this job. I have career or business opportunities every day.
I'm not educated. I learn new things every day that I benefit financially.
This is just a small example above. These are not only affirmations, but a route to a new belief system. Focus on the phrases of MY NEW BELIEF SYSTEM. You must ingrain that in your brain in order to make the adjustment.
People have died for their beliefs. Don't you think you can create a positive and powerful belief system that will rocket boost you into more wealth and success? I believe you can.
Jesse Castaneda, Jr.
Once in a while ...well, more than usual, I wonder about all the dreams I had when I was a kid. In my brain there are files of big dreams. Some dreams did come true while others faded away, but only to come back like an annoying itch. I've always had BIG dreams. So, what's wrong with that?
Being superman isn't too much to ask, is it? I use to dream of being a super hero and saving lives. I wanted to be Batman, The Flash, and Captain America. Now all these super hero suck! Really. It's the film industry that's at fault, here. Our child hood heroes are all gone to shit and you can thank Hollywood for that. But that's another issue.
I envisioned myself as a business magnate. I saw myself traveling the world. I saw myself reaching every goal I put in place since I was twelve. Yes, I reached every goal ... in my head.
I had a marvelous mansion. I had butlers, maids and chauffeurs. I had everything anyone could ever want. Big dreams were a handful those early days of childhood. Could you imagine being nothing? I couldn't it. I don't think any kid dreams of being nothing. We all have our big dreams.
When you grow up your dreams change. There still there, but in the back of your mind. They secretly come out at times. Now, I don't regret many things, but I do regret some things.
We are all program by society. Our dreams diminish because at a very young age, family and society builds our belief system into their own fucking crap. As we get older and a bit wiser (and only if we're lucky) we try to "deprogram" our mind from all the brainwashing.
Am I bitter? No, I don't think I am. Just don't fucking ask me, "Hey, where the fuck is your mansion?"
But now that I got older and maybe a bit wiser (I think), I try to shoot for the stars. I create my belief system. It's worked out pretty good. I am a successful business owner. I am a screenwriter. I am a musician. Life is not perfect. It's a roller-coaster ride, but it's still good.
I'm superman in my head. I fly all over the world in my head. I have big dreams and a big soul. This is my ticket for greatness.
What happened to all the big dreams? I still have a hold on them and they are not annoying anymore. They put a smile on my face.