Psycho-Cybernetics

Maxwell Maltz was a cosmetic surgeon, in addition to being a researcher and author who explained how self-image has complete control over an individual’s ability to achieve any goal. The original book became an instant bestseller and made Dr. Maltz one of the most in-demand motivational speakers throughout the 1960’s and the early 1970’s. His ideas were revived by Matt Furey in the Psycho-Cybernetics: Updated and Expanded Edition. By visualizing one’s goals, Maltz discovered that the self-image is the cornerstone of all changes that take place in a person.

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Finding Home

Life already has started. No need to wait. This is it. There is no other place to go.

Time is only from the mind. Thoughts that can bend space and time. But they are only part of reality, not the whole. We can only see the parts, black or white, up or down.

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It is not time that you need

It is empty space. 

Everybody has the same amount of hours in a day. Sebastian Bach had, Mahatma Gandhi, and also your idol. But we all live very different and unique lives. Every second of the day we are creating our own world in a creative and unique way.

Much of it happens unconsciously: the fourth coffee you drink, email number seventy that you send, the clothes that you put on this morning or even the way you reacted to that stranger on the street.

Where is the empty space in our lives? Everyday we are bombarded with amount of information that our ancestors even didn’t see in their whole life. New, new, new. Better, better, better. More, more, more.

But why? Why the chase? Where is it we so desperately want to get?

Always there, but never here.

It makes me running in circles, sick and confused. Constant in a state of struggle.

How much time does a great, new idea requires?

Zero.

Ideas don’t come from something, they come out of nothing.