You always hear of people who “take the plunge”. Usually people imagine someone in their mind doing something amazing, something undesirable, something that has never been done before. Rarely do people think of themselves – they think of the great inventors or the rich and famous. What’s stopping you from making the same jump that they made?
Jesse Elder, action philosopher and author, joins us in this episode of the Making Bank podcast. Jesse grew up as a homeschooled kid from Texas and wasn’t your typical high school student … and he still isn’t. Jesse learned how to use his experience – – its past, present and futuree – and meditation to get the things he wanted. He has was very successful in creating the life he wanted for himself.
Jesse discusses the effects of experiences and realizes what is happening right in front of you, the importance of meditation and what it can show you. He explores ways to overcome bad experiences and fears and live an enlightened present. And how this enlightenment can take you to the next step in your journey.
Choose luck From experience
Mostly, People think they have to choose what Compromise to achieve what you want do in life. Happiness comes from a certain thing, and maybe that could take away the happiness of another aspect of life. Imbalanced lifestyles have become the norm in this fast-paced, crazy world. But it doesn’t have to be like that, and Jesse is living proof of that. As an entrepreneur, you can be successful and well-rounded your entire life – and that’s how it should be.
“Our bodies are so much more conduits than containers. You know, there is an educational principle that says you were born stupid and stupid and must be filled with the right facts. Otherwise you won’t function in society, blah, blah, blah. I can tell you from my own experience that this is not the case. “Jesse grew up in school with parents who supported him and were hungry for a life to the full. If you asked him to multiply, he’d have to get his calculator … but he’s made millions of dollars, lives exactly the life he wants and is exactly who he wants to be at the same time and never endanger any of it.
The idea that we need to be filled with all of these facts is wrong and slows growth and passion. Basic knowledge and survival instincts are inherent in us. By limiting ourselves to what we need to be taught and what we need to learn, it can tarnish creativity. Jesse doesn’t obey these rules. By living with his senses, Jesse is filled with all the knowledge he needs to experience life around him.
Jesse uses his memories to guide him towards the goals he is aiming for in the future. This helps him use his intuition and instincts correctly, knowing that his previous decisions have had some sort of impact on his present and how his present will affect his future. At the same time, he uses his imagination to explore the world and the possible possibilities of his creative endeavors.
Meditate and find creativity
By thinking about memories, Jesse also got into light meditation that allowed him to set intentions and thoughts. “What I began to experience with this meditation is that not only this blossom of freedom, but you forget to be afraid. As if you just forget to be afraid. They forget to worry about the crap we worry about, ”says Jesse.
When you think of the here and now, death and future do not yet exist. Your connection to the world and the time right in front of you are all that matters in the moments of meditation, and you can see things that you may have overlooked before or that would come up afterwards.
This also allows Jesse to appreciate the things he has right in front of him. in the some perspectivesIt is sometimes difficult to see beyond the bad as it can mask the good. “When we are in frequency and in an emotional state of stress, fear, suffering, then all of this beautiful universe can reflect us as the things that we need to be stressed about in order to be afraid of things that we fear need to have.”
If you are constantly afraid, unwilling to jump, or afraid of failure, stop yourself before you start. You will attract failure by not taking a step in the direction that could lead you to your greatest success. You will be afraid of the “what if” that will be left at the end of the day. Why not spark curiosity and creativity by exploring what you want? When something feels uncomfortable, it usually reflects the growth.
“Fear is the power of control. Fear is the currency of manipulation. And if someone is not afraid, he becomes uncontrollable. “ Jesse encourages those who want to be successful to face their fears, to conquer them – to be uncontrollably themselves.
Published on February 25, 2021