“What you cannot see in the world is far more powerful than anything you can see.” … T. Harv Eker
I had a friend ask me once: “What is “real?” I didn’t have a flip answer. I had to think about it because for me what I can see, smell, taste, hear and touch barely scratches the surface of “real” … and that was the answer that he was looking for. It used to be that if you asked a scientist this question you’d get the old 5-senses answer. Isn’t it interesting how even science has pushed the boundaries of what’s “here” and what’s not so far that they are having challenges defining this state?
The way I look at the power of these “unseen forces” is like this: 1) Nobody can see love but we all know it exists … and boy can it ever bowl you over and rock your world. 2) You can’t see anger but it’s manifestations can certainly be destructive and nobody questions that it exists. 3) Then there’s Determination. That’s definitely not a measurable quantity and just look what it can help a person accomplish. and lastly 4) How about those invisible T.V, Radio and Microwaves!??!
So … if we’re going to go acknowledge that these unseen things impact upon on our daily lives all the time isn’t it reasonable to assume (bearing in mind what they say about assumptions) that perhaps … just perhaps … other factors and powerful forces might also exist … and might also have a big influence on where we are … where we’re heading … and how easily we get there? That’s not too big of a reach now is it!??!
I’m really a live-outside-of-the-box type person. My regular companions include an assortment of upbeat, internal monologuists, the creative force behind life and some awesome 3-D friends to help keep my feet on the ground. Everyone who knows me knows that my world is driven by the things that most people can’t or don’t see. This Understanding-of life and Way-of-Being works really well for me. Capital “L” Life suggests, Miss Perky cheers and I waltz through the world trying out new ways of being and acting. I am a walking, talking advertisement for T. Harv Eker’s philosophy that “What you cannot see in the world is far more powerful than anything you can see.” and that works well for me.
Godspeed and Joyful Journeying Everyone