5 Lessons To Live By Dr Wayne Dyer Truly Inspiring

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when you change the way you look at things the things you look at change Albert Einstein once observed that the most fundamental and major decision that you have to make in your life is this do I live in a friendly or a hostile universe which is it is it a universe that is filled with hostility and anger and people wanting to hate each other and people wanting to kill each other is that what you see because when you see the world that way that's exactly what you will create for yourself in your life this is from great scientific mind and the interesting thing is that this is not just a a clever play on words that when you change the way you look at things the things you look at change I'd like you to imagine the following scene you're in your house you've got your car keys in your hand the lights go out power failure you can't see a thing you stumble around in your living room and you drop your keys and you look around for a moment and you realize that you're never gonna find them in the dark but you look outside and you notice that the street lights are on so in your mind a light bulb goes off I'm not gonna sit around here in the dark and grope around looking for my keys when there's a light on outside I'm gonna go out here under the streetlight I'm gonna look for my keys why are you laughing this is this makes a lot of sense so you're out here and you're groping around and you're looking for your keys and you're looking and looking and your neighbor comes along and says what happened wait well I dropped my key so I'll help you look for it and the two of us are now down here looking for our keys looking finally he says to me excuse me but where did you drop your keys well I dropped them in the house he said you mean to tell me that you dropped your keys in the house and you're looking for them out here and the streetlight doesn't make any sense and I said well it doesn't make any sense to grope around in the dark when there's light out here now you laugh and you think how silly that is but isn't that exactly what we do when we have a problem a difficulty a struggle that is located inside and we're looking for the solution outside someplace outside of ourselves it would be like going to the doctor and telling him all of your symptoms and the doctor says huh boy you've got a lot of symptoms and he starts writing out prescriptions you need a prescription for this symptom you need a prescription for that symptom and finally he gets this four or five and you go to walk out and you say well I'd like my prescriptions he said no no I'll give this one to your mother-in-law and I'll give this one to your neighbor and I'll give this one to your daughter and I'll give this one to your father I mean you're the one with the struggles and with the difficulties expecting somebody else to change or something outside of you to get better in order for you to make your life work is something you have to really take a hard look at it's in here this is a very difficult principle for many people to get but one that I believe very strongly I was in a group at one time of drug addicts and alcoholics and the sign on the wall said there are no justified resentments in this group what I said to that group that that night was no matter what anybody says to you here no matter what kind of anger comes directed towards you no matter how much hate you may encounter showing up in your life there are no justified resentments meaning that if you carry around resentment inside of you about anything or about anyone and I'm talking about the person that you lent money to and hasn't paid you back I'm talking about the person in your life that you feel was abusive in your life I'm talking about the person who walked out on you and left you for somebody else I'm talking about all of the things that you have justified in your heart and in your life that you have the right to be resentful about and I'm suggesting to you that those resentments will always end up harming you and creating in you a sense of despair no one ever dies from a snake bite the snakebite will never kill you you cannot be unbidden once you're bitten you're bitten but it's the venom that continues to pour through your system after the bite that will end up destroying you there are many ways to get the things that we want for ourselves in our lives but basically it all begins with how we choose to think as you think so shall you be seven little words that I think are perhaps the most important things that we can learn and master in our lives this old proverb notion that I become what I think about all day long and once you know that what you think about is what expands you start getting real careful about what to think about you don't allow your thoughts to be on anything that you don't want that you wouldn't want to have manifest or show up for you in your life have a mind that is open to everything and attached to nothing one of the central principles of my life is that no one knows enough to be a pessimist about anything and that each and every one of us when we close our mind to what is possible for us or what is possible for Humanity closes off the genius that resides and lives in each and every one of us having an open mind doesn't necessarily mean finding fault with all of the things that you've been taught by others it means opening yourself up to the potentiality and the possibility that anything and everything is possible so having a mind that is open to everything and attached to nothing really means finding within ourselves the ability to get rid of a trait that I find so common in the contemporary world do you know that most people that I meet spend their lives looking for occasions to be offended they actually are out there hoping that they can find some reason to be offended and there's no shortage of reasons they're out there everywhere the way this person dressed of what the worst person said they turn on their TV they hear the news they're offended by this someone used language that they didn't like someone doesn't share the same customs at you and people all day long in fact if you keep track tomorrow you will find probably a hundred reasons that you can go around being offended but a mind that is open to everything and attached to nothing is a mind that says I'm never looking for anything to be offended by and that whatever anybody else out there has to say my response to that is that's an interesting point of view I've never considered that before the next principle I call don't die with your music still in you and who better to quote than Thoreau when he talked about some of us here a different drummer we must march to the music that we hear but all of you all of you have some music playing and all of you have a heroic mission there's no accidents in this universe we all show up here with a purpose there's an intelligence that is a part of everything and everyone and all of us are connected to it and too many of us are afraid to listen to that music and March to it you out there I know you have a book you wanted to write I know there's a composition you wanted to compose I know there's a song you want to sing someplace maybe you want to raise horses out in Montana or maybe you want to open up an ice cream shop on Cape Cod who knows what it may be maybe you just want to travel and see the world maybe you want to go into a relationship with someone but you've been afraid to but your heart says it's the right thing to do all of us feel something and in leo tolstoy famous novel the death of Ivan Illich he asked this question that would be terrifying to me he says as he has this accountant from Moscow lying on his deathbed contemplating the horror of this question what if my whole life has been wrong I've known what my music is it's playing right now as I stand here in front of you with these cameras and in this place as I sit down and write my books and tell the world what I know are my truths I feel always completely on purpose unfulfilled and no time will I ever come to the end of my life and say what if my whole life is gone whoever you are whatever that music is however distant it may sound however strange however weird others may interpret it to be don't get to the end of your life and know that you're going to leave and not haven't played yet don't die with your music still in you [Music] [Music] [Music]

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