Remove The Kinks From Your Mind

Posted in work from home with tags , , , , , , , , on April 27, 2015 by Network Marketer


God never expresses Himself other than perfectly. Therefore, whatever imperfection does exist, it is always the result of our individual or collective modes of thinking. Since this is true, it is not necessary that you hold onto anything, “for fear of losing it.” In fact, the truth is, you will never truly enjoy anything you must hold on to, because freedom in all negative areas of your life is absolutely essential if you are to grow into the truly great human being who you are quite capable of one day becoming.  Stated slightly differently, we can say that energy must flow through you freely without any obstructions, if you are to achieve the good which you desire.

At this point you may be asking, “What are these obstructions?” that I have been referring to. Let me list some of them. They include doubt, guilt, resentment, and any thoughts of lack or limitation. They include any negative ideas which have a tendency to block the flow of creative energy, to and through you. For example, you might very well be attempting to get a beautiful image in your mind, which would cause you to feel wonderful, and yet because of these “inhibitors,” as they are sometimes called, you end up with nothing but frustration.

Your problem—whether you realize it or not—is that you haven’t created the space for the beautiful image which you are trying to create. Therefore, you must resolve yourself to let go of all of these obstructions, to enable you to make a space for the good you desire.

You should visualize your body as being an instrument through which a nonphysical, creative energy flows. You should liken it to an ordinary garden hose, which you may be using to water the garden at the back of your home. Suppose, for a moment, that you decide to water the flower-bed in the front of your home. In order to accomplish this, you must drag the hose to the front of the house. But while you are dragging it, suppose that you form a loop in the hose and as you pull on it—unbeknownst to you—it kinks.

Although there is an abundance of water at the source, the water will just be trickling out of the hose, a drop at a time, onto the flower bed. The reason for this is that the kink is obstructing the flow of the water, which could, if it were allowed to flow freely, actually breathe new life into the plants.

In a similar manner, these negative concepts which you hold in your mind are obstructing the flow of energy which could, if it were given a chance to, breathe new life into you and into your results in life.

In the case of the garden hose, you would immediately investigate to find the cause of the interrupted flow of water. Once you found the kink, you would then proceed to remove it, so the water could resume flowing freely in a steady stream.

Now, be aware of this—the process that I have described for the garden hose, is exactly the same process that you must undertake, yourself, with respect to your marvelous mind. That is to say, you must let go of all of the obstructions that are hampering you—release the mental kinks—and you will immediately find that there is no lack of creative energy at the source. In truth, there never has been any, and there never will be any. The mental kinks which you have carelessly—and very likely— unconsciously built, are actually limiting the flow of the life-giving power which ultimately transforms your results in life.

Bob Proctor



Guard Your Mind

Posted in work from home with tags , , , , , , , on April 27, 2015 by Network Marketer


You must guard your mind constantly against doubt, because it is a crippling vibration. Whereas most of the preceding pages have been dedicated to the power of positive thoughts (namely, the building of the image of prosperity), doubt is the flip side of the coin (i.e. negative thinking). And, when you are entertaining doubts, what you are actually doing is creating images of the things you don’t want. Moreover, justifying your doubt to yourself by originating reasons for it (i.e. rationalizing), will do you absolutely no good. You cannot strike a bargain with your subconscious mind, because the subconscious has no sense of fairness, no sense of humor, and it cannot even determine what is good or what is bad for you. Every image just IS, to the subconscious mind. Therefore, your negative, worrisome and doubtful images will be accepted just as quickly and as willingly as will your images of prosperity. The instant you become aware you are entertaining thoughts which create doubt, become quiet, start relaxing and image yourself already in possession of the prosperity you desire. When you do this, you are altering the mental current which is flowing into your marvelous mind. Expect, with all of your consciousness, to receive your good in your material world—“You think in secret and it comes to pass, environment is but your looking glass.” James Allen wrote those words three quarters of a century ago, but they are still true today and they will always remain true in the future. So program your “personal computer” to expect good results and that is exactly what you will receive. Many people today live their entire lives on the basis of “seeing is believing.” That is to say, the only images they get emotionally involved with are the ones they can discern with their physical senses. But the individuals of real “vision”, down through the ages, have always known the overriding principle is, “What you see is what you get.” Expressed somewhat differently, what this means is that the images in people’s minds actually precede the concrete images which pervade our material world. Therefore, you should be aware of the fact that the fascinating physical world we see before us, with all of its conveniences for making our lives more comfortable, has been built largely by image-makers—men and women of vision who knew what they could do and “Expected” everything else to “fall into place,” regardless of what their critics might say to the contrary.

Bob Proctor

Excerpt From ” You Were Born To Be Rich”



Shark Bait

Posted in work from home with tags , , , , , , , on April 27, 2015 by Network Marketer

During a research experiment a marine biologist placed a shark into a large holding tank and then released several small bait fish into the tank.

As you would expect, the shark quickly swam around the tank, attacked and ate the smaller fish.

The marine biologist then inserted a strong piece of clear fiberglass into the tank, creating two separate partitions. She then put the shark on one side of the fiberglass and a new set of bait fish on the other.

Again, the shark quickly attacked.  This time, however, the shark slammed into the fiberglass divider and bounced off.  Undeterred, the shark kept repeating this behavior every few minutes to no avail.  Meanwhile, the bait fish swam around unharmed in the second partition.  Eventually, about an hour into the experiment, the shark gave up.

This experiment was repeated several dozen times over the next few weeks.  Each time, the shark got less aggressive and made fewer attempts to attack the bait fish, until eventually the shark got tired of hitting the fiberglass divider and simply stopped attacking altogether.

The marine biologist then removed the fiberglass divider, but the shark didn’t attack.  The shark was trained to believe a barrier existed between it and the bait fish, so the bait fish swam wherever they wished, free from harm.

The moral:  Many of us, after experiencing setbacks and failures, emotionally give up and stop trying. Like the shark in the story, we believe that because we were unsuccessful in the past, we will always be unsuccessful. In other words, we continue to see a barrier in our heads, even when no ‘real’ barrier exists between where we are and where we want to go.



Difference in The World

Posted in work from home with tags , , , , , on April 27, 2015 by Network Marketer

Every Sunday morning I take a light jog around a park near my home.  There’s a lake located in one corner of the park.  Each time I jog by this lake, I see the same elderly woman sitting at the water’s edge with a small metal cage sitting beside her.

This past Sunday my curiosity got the best of me, so I stopped jogging and walked over to her.  As I got closer, I realized that the metal cage was in fact a small trap.  There were three turtles, unharmed, slowly walking around the base of the trap.  She had a fourth turtle in her lap that she was carefully scrubbing with a spongy brush.

“Hello,” I said.  “I see you here every Sunday morning.  If you don’t mind my nosiness, I’d love to know what you’re doing with these turtles.”

She smiled.  “I’m cleaning off their shells,” she replied.  “Anything on a turtle’s shell, like algae or scum, reduces the turtle’s ability to absorb heat and impedes its ability to swim.  It can also corrode and weaken the shell over time.”

“Wow!  That’s really nice of you!” I exclaimed.

She went on: “I spend a couple of hours each Sunday morning, relaxing by this lake and helping these little guys out.  It’s my own strange way of making a difference.”

“But don’t most freshwater turtles live their whole lives with algae and scum hanging from their shells?” I asked.

“Yep, sadly, they do,” she replied.

I scratched my head.  “Well then, don’t you think your time could be better spent?  I mean, I think your efforts are kind and all, but there are fresh water turtles living in lakes all around the world.  And 99% of these turtles don’t have kind people like you to help them clean off their shells.  So, no offense… but how exactly are your localized efforts here truly making a difference?”

The woman giggled aloud.  She then looked down at the turtle in her lap, scrubbed off the last piece of algae from its shell, and said, “Sweetie, if this little guy could talk, he’d tell you I just made all the difference in the world.”

The moral:  You can change the world – maybe not all at once, but one person, one animal, and one good deed at a time.  Wake up every morning and pretend like what you do makes a difference.  It does.



Lupus and the Autoimmune Crisis

Posted in work from home with tags , , , , , , , on April 21, 2015 by Network Marketer

Many people know that Lupus (systemic Lupus erythematosus – SLE) is an autoimmune disease. Autoimmune diseases are a class of conditions where your immune system attacks your own body. There are many autoimmune disorders, such as rheumatoid arthritis, Type 1 diabetes, Crohn’s disease, colitis and allergies. The prevalence of all of these conditions is increasing.

What causes Lupus and other autoimmune conditions and what can we do about them?

Causes of Lupus

We need to be very cautious when we talk about causes, whether we are talking about Lupus or any other condition. There are two basic reasons: 1) Accuracy. Our view of medicine and, therefore, our understanding of disease is growing daily. We simply don’t have the complete information to be able to see why someone may have Lupus or any other disease. Stating a “cause” would be inaccurate. 2) Hope. We certainly don’t want to add emotional distress to the victim of a disease by telling them their condition is hopeless; this hopeless attitude may be a by-product of our wrong view of disease.

Instead, let’s talk about the process of Lupus and other autoimmune disorders. It is a three-step process leading to disease:

Antecedents – Antecedents are the things that go before something else. There are specific immune complexes called CD8 that are needed to harmonize your system from day to day. With Lupus, the CD8 suppressing antecedents are often toxins called xenoestrogens (fake estrogens in our environment). These include dioxin, DDT and carbon tetrachloride. They also include plastics (Bisphenol A and phthalates), preservatives like BHA and food coloring such as red dye #3. Antecedents also include deficiencies. People suffering from Lupus commonly have deficiencies in Vitamin D, B-6, B-12, dietary fiber, iron, magnesium and essential fatty acids.

Triggers – Triggers are the substances or events that activate the disease process. In Lupus, the trigger is commonly stress. Stress –especially “social defeat” stress – suppresses the harmonizing effect of CD8. Virus infections are common triggers as well. The Epstein-Barr virus is found in the organs of many people with Lupus. Inflammatory mediators – Inflammatory mediators are the chemicals that cause inflammation. Runaway inflammation is what destroys the internal organs of people with Lupus.

What we can do

Lupus is a serious disease that may eventually kill the people it attacks. Never undertake the treatment of such a serious medical condition without a qualified healthcare provider as your guide.

Think of Lupus and other autoimmune conditions as a poisonous tree with a root (antecedent), shoot (trigger) and fruit (inflammatory mediators). Simply addressing the “fruit” of inflammation is, while important, not enough. We must uproot the entire tree. The tool we need to accomplish this is CD8.

Strike at the roots of the tree by removing toxins and poisons that block CD8: insecticides, plastics, preservatives and food colorings. Build up your CD8 by supplementing your nutrition with Vitamin D, B-6, B-12, dietary fiber, iron, magnesium and essential fatty acids. Reduce and remove the triggers that blunt CD8, especially stress. Then go after the poisonous fruits, the inflammation that destroys vital organs.

Rather than being a victim of autoimmune disease, think of yourself as a participant in your personal Wellness Journey!

Take Control of Your Health



How Stress Impacts Your Health

Posted in work from home with tags , , , , , , on April 21, 2015 by Network Marketer

Stress is unavoidable. No matter what we do we will have to deal with some form of stress on a daily basis. And dealing with stress actually causes chemical changes in our brains which can of course affect our health. But there’s much more to the story than that.

Some types of stress are fleeting, and very short-lived. This can be the frustration of simple things like getting in line at the grocery store only to find that you have chosen the slowest line. This sort of annoyance happens to all of us. The issue is how you handle it. Most people will simply decide to look at the magazine rack, which is conveniently located near the register, or just daydream for a few minutes. But some people will let the tension build. With each passing moment their stress is building as their only focus is the time they are wasting standing in line.

It’s easy to see that the first two people described could take something good away from the wait. The first may read something interesting on the cover of a magazine and the second may escape from the chaos of the day with her daydream. But the person that is literally stressing out over the wait is doing more harm to himself than he realizes.
Stress can affect us on many levels. This person is not likely to have a smile on his face as he walks out of the store. It is probably going to take awhile for him to get in a better mood. And it is very likely that this is behavior that is routine for this person – in other words, this person does not have very good coping skills.

Over time this person is likely to experience any or all of the following problems:

• Difficulty sleeping
• High blood pressure
• Lack of energy
• Headaches
• Feelings of depression
• Tension & anxiety that won’t let up
• Back or neck pain
• Change in weight
• And more

As you can see, stress can build and lead to some bad stuff. But we need to acknowledge also that some people simply have a lot of stress in their lives. After all, most of us can name someone that has lost more than their share of relatives or that has suffered through more than their share of hard times. It is also important to note that some things that are perceived as good, such as having a baby or buying a home and moving, are also very stressful.

The problems listed above can of course lead to many health problems, including heart disease, emotional disorders, ulcers, lowered immunity system responses, and many others. Although we can’t prevent stress, we can learn to deal with it. We can work on using appropriate coping mechanisms when we are feeling stressed, but even more than that we can be more proactive.

To stay healthy we can eat right, drink lots of water, get plenty of rest, and exercise. Taking care of ourselves is a great start to being better able to handle any situation. Be kind to yourself. Allow yourself to enjoy life – relax and do the things you enjoy. Every day you should budget at least 20 minutes that are just for you, that is your time to do what you want. Try not to let the little things get you down.



What Do I Do Next

Posted in work from home with tags , , , , , , , , on April 20, 2015 by Network Marketer

You are now on your journey to building your work at home network marketing business and you can hardly hold back your excitement.

What do I do next?

Most network marketing companies still teach the old traditional ways to build a work at home business. You may already be using these outdated strategies. Were you told to make a list of everyone you know and do not pre judge any of them. This is who you will start presenting your work at home business to.

Now your up line recommends that you call up all your friends and family from your list and invite them to an opportunity meeting at their home. Your up line will tell you exactly what to say.

Next your up line recommends that you register for a company web site and have some business cards made. You can hand out your work at home business cards to everyone you know and to those you will get to know. What do you mean everyone I will get to know? After you burn up your list with friends and family now the fun begins.

You up line now explains the three foot rule to you. While you are out having coffee or shopping talk to everyone within three feet of you about your work at home business opportunity. Your up line will fill you in on how to do this. Are you having Fun Yet? If so keep up the good work.

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