So imagine, if you were desperate today, real desperate, like you were going to die, but the cure was available in 8 weeks from now, and 100% sure it was going to work and be great for you at the end of 8 weeks. Would you fight for 8 weeks or would you just wither away in pitty and not make it the short 8 weeks?
A lot of events in our life that are “bad” or “unwanted” can be fixed with our own actions, and starts with a plan of thought. Our thought opens up channels of every solution there is, and perfect solutions too. Most of the solutions to our big problems we tell ourselves “Oh, that is impossible, or it’s too hard and that will never happen.” We just thought ourself out of doing what we know is a perfect solution because we told our self we could not do it.
To allow in the right thoughts to make the right actions we must eliminate the wrong thoughts. We must empty the trash to make room for the new. We must get rid of old clothes to make room for new clothes. You get what i’m saying right?
So we know we have challenges, and we know there are solutions, but we talk our selves out of it. Why? Think of a plant, it grows, has green leaves and roots in the dirt. If we cut the roots from the bottom, or stop watering the plant, the plant will eventually die. We can do this with the thoughts that stop us from doing what we know what we should do so we can achieve what we wish.
Back to the 8 weeks. If we desire something that we don’t have, and we think we can’t get it, well, we’re right, we can’t have it. What if we forget all that, and for 8 weeks we work, think, feel, push, believe, and do what is required, and have persistent continuous action, do everything like our life depended on it, knowing we will have what we want in the 8 weeks, what would we do starting today?