I love what David Icke says: “We’re all part of the infinite consciousness, having a brief human experience.”
This means that God is in us, and we’re as powerful as he is when it comes to our individual lives.
That said… I can’t help but think the whole purpose of the “covid scamdemic” is to control everyone’s experience.
They want to control how we move, how we interact with people, how we think, what goes into our body, and ultimately, what we wear on our face.
Whoever is pulling the strings wants absolute control of our unique human experiences.
That’s f#cking sad and pathetic.
To choose what we experience is the greatest freedom. It’s our birth right.
Yet so many people have been conditioned to believe they “have no choice.”
“We have to wear a mask.”
“We have to follow orders.”
“Just doing what we were told.”
You have a choice, and it requires making decisions.
What experiences do you want to have? in your:
Whatever you want… it requires a decision and action.
Every day, I’m building the image of the experiences I want to have:
A bestselling book that flies off the shelves.
Daily, I look at an image of my finished book, along with a mock royalty calculator with numbers that I plugged in.
It feels real… I can see it and feel the success BEFORE it’s happened.
I’m envisioning a reality in which humans don’t give a f#ck about the status quo… and instead, they pour everything they have into building their own unique dreams that light them up.
Can you imagine such a world?
That’s what creates reality:
Visioning the experience you want, and creating it in your mind BEFORE it happens.
Believing it, feeling it, seeing it, and then carrying it out through action.
What do you want to experience today? This week? This month? This quarter? This year?
Create it from the inside first.
Don’t let others force a “monopoly” over your unique human experience.
Founder, The Anti-Marketing Manifesto
Thought of the day:
“(Pricing your product) is a complex dance between reducing sales by charging too much and failing to maximize revenue by charging too little.”
~ Guy Kawasaki, APE: How to Publish a Book – Author, Publisher, Entrepreneur