Inspired Ventures - HOW LONG DO YOU HAVE TO LIVE
3 - 9 - 2012
DO YOU HAVE
That’s a question to get things moving quickly. We don’t know how long we’ve got to make an impact, to make a difference.
The worst thing that can happen to you, is you waste this amazing resource called YOU. You end up living a life for a paycheck, to pay the bills, which at this time in our history is classed as living.
MOST PEOPLE WASTE THEIR AMAZINGNESS
It’s terrible to miss out on being and expressing the real you. And so many do miss out. They get to the end of their current life and realize they’re too late to even try and make a difference.
That’s just wrong!
You are fantastic, (no matter what you think of yourself right now).
Under all the fear and self-loathing, you are an innovator, an inspiration in this world, but it all comes down to you.
If you feel you are a square peg in a round hole, that’s great, but don’t focus on the limitation of those differences, focus on the amazing opportunities that difference creates.
Dr Joseph Murphy stated, ‘You are the only thinker in your universe. Solve the problem within yourself, that is where it is, and the world will change accordingly. There is no problem in the world, it is within you.’
Listen to a guide, but it's you alone who must take that first step.
This is no different than running a marathon. Someone can be your guide and help you plan your training schedule, but only you can take that first step, and a million more after it.
Everyone in this world has a part to play in what tomorrow looks like.
That includes you.
We cannot not be a part of it because we are alive, our consciousness is involved. There’s not a single person on this planet who is incapable of contributing to a better tomorrow.
Your background is irrelevant.
Your upbringing is irrelevant.
Your financial situation is irrelevant.
Your ethnicity is irrelevant.
Your height, weight, age, health are all irrelevant.
Unless you allow them to be.
HOW YOU THINK AND FEEL CREATES YOUR WORLD
Your world is expressed from your concept of self. What you think about YOU, is how everyone sees you.
The world you see out-there reflects what is happening within you. If you believe your age, gender, ethnicity, or education, is a barrier to making it big in the world, that belief will be reflected back to you. You will experience that barrier.
That’s scary for a lot of people, because most of us have such fear based limiting programs running that the reflection will be fear and limitation. Sounds a bit depressing huh?
But it’s actually an incredible opportunity to experience how unlimited you are. This is about taking responsibility for everything happening in your world. EVERYTHING.
And it’s a surprisingly simple thing to do, or more accurately, to be.
Now, more than ever, we need people to be the inspiration they wish to see in the world.
We need people to disrupt the current level of thinking.
We need people to stop looking at the accepted limitations and instead peak around the curtain to see those limitations for what they are; programs they adopted when very young, traumas they've held onto.
We need people who decide to see the world in a different light.
We need people to believe that not only can they find the solution, but that they are the solution.
We need the inspired you to burst forth, erupt from that shell you’ve been hiding in all your life, to inspire yourself, your friends, neighbors, family, and strangers.
We need this inspiration to turn the world around.
We live in a consciousness community.
The more minds that turn from fear, the faster and more beautiful the reflection will become.
Open yourself to the opportunity that’s slumbering within you.
Realize that it is you, and only you, that can make a difference, because there is no one else who can do it.
Don't wait for someone else to do it. It is up to you. This is your reflection.
How does it look at the moment?
However you see it, you can change it.
You can make a difference.
You can shine your light into any darkness and brighten it.
This is your time. Be a celebration of life. Don’t waste it.
Robert Christiansen Ashford