Here’s something to start your day. Hopefully, you get the boost you need to make that huge drive you have always thought about.
Going into the woods, hearing the sounds and movements of creeping and flying creatures around is enough reason to give you something to think about, something to reflect on.
Sometimes you just try to visualize things you think were not possible and something beyond the unimaginable. But you are most undoubtedly afraid to take a leap. It scares you from the innermost part of yourself. You can’t come to terms with it. Eventually, you forget about the patterns and how it comes about in the first place.
Our mind has different layers. The surface, below the surface, deep below the surface, and deep down to an enormous depth—A place where we try to avoid. It’s also a place where it is hard to return once we decide to venture further. It all depends on how much we all are willing to go.
Look at it this way; It can be compared to how much risk we are willing to take, the sacrifice we are eager to make, the outcome we are willing to accept, the challenges we are eager to face, and finally, how much patience and endurance we have within us.
Every action we take has an impact on the people we cared most about. Sometimes to the environment we live in, sometimes to ourselves, and most importantly, it changes our life and perception.
We are all created with so much talent, wonderful hidden gifts within us, but we can only use a small percentage of it. Myth has it that we only use 10 percent of our brain. Maybe less or a little more than 10 percent of what we can do. Imagine people such as Vincent Van Gogh, Leonardo Da Vinci, Albert Einstein, Sir Isaac Newton, to name a few, had used the full capacities of their ability instead of just 10 percent of it.
There is so much we can uncover from within ourselves. We, humans, can change things at every turn or moment. Imagine what the mouth can do. It can heal, repair, and can hurt. For out of the abundance of the heart, the mouth speaks. The eyes can transmit messages to the brain, which then produces the familiar sensations of color.
The nose gives us a sense of smell, and the ear helps us hear and listen to sounds. Simultaneously, the skin helps to feel a sensation like pain, pressure, and temperature.
You may not know how to make use of your body’s certain functions until you lose the most important ones you think are most helpful. Take, for example. You lose your eyesight; Your ear will become your most powerful tool. It gives you the ability to hear sounds and interprets them as though you see them with your eyes.
Each and every one of us has many unique ideas and qualities. We only just need to uncover our perception, let it go, free it as though you would release a bird by opening your hands and allow it to fly away. All we need is determination, perseverance, and commitment.
Perception can be the ability to become aware of something through the senses. The ability to bring out our potentials or perceive other people’s thoughts is also the way something is understood and interpreted.
That sound you hear, that voice talking to you, that image that keeps forming in your mind, whatever that is, all you need to do is give it attention, focus more on your imagination and try to create or develop something out of it. In the end, you will definitely be amazed at how powerful our mind is—the ability and power to make something out of almost nothing.
What’s holding you back? Simple answer: yourself. Go out there uncover your perception. That’s the theme topic of this blog.