Our mind is our best friend and ironically it can be our worst enemy too, sometimes. It's our best friend because we allow us to measure amazing heights if we use it well. It is our biggest enemy, because it is unknown to us, it can create impenetrable walls around us that we can never be aware of. These walls change the quality of our lives for the worse. Let us explain how:
There are problems that come and go, it only happens to some, and there are problems that hold you very long, not what you want, but they still do. Now, have you ever thought of a last-class problem – a problem that resides and stays?
Maintaining problems usually do so because you simply stopped looking at other possible ways. They continue to bother you because either you've never tried anything else or your efforts lack a conviction. In both cases, it's sure that your mind has strengthened you and deprives you of new and useful information. As a result, when someone new idea is introduced to you, you end up rejecting it, without understanding.
Here's breaking this mood is important for you to stress and succeed. Free Mind Free Body is a thought-provoking book that you can use to your maximum advantage if you just follow the instructions from the author, dr boisse, step by step.
As I read the book, I was not aware of a spiritual wall or limiting thoughts, as the author puts it, obstructing me or keeping me from achieving my goals. But when I continued, I realized that it was indeed a spiritual wall where I seemed to be stuck. This wall kept me from seeing very obvious solutions to certain problems, simply because I had previously refused to think in any other way than what I used to.
When the mood is down, the sky is really limited. Very great possibilities open you and you start to see a new world where the impossible is completely accessible and possible. Of course, breaking this spiritual wall is a terrible task. But thanks to Boisse's great motivation book, even this can be achieved.
The book helps you rid yourself of restricting thoughts, seeing new approaches, receiving new ideas based on their true merit and not on some intended ideas, and then helping create new, merry and successful ones. At least, that's how it worked for me.