“What are you doing back in time and space?
A-ha! I see. Pretending.
Is it true that the illusions are soooooo captivating, the coffee soooooo rich, and the chocolate soooooo dark, it’s easy to forget you’re just making it all up? And that if you don’t like what you’re experiencing you can make-up something else, act “as if” it’s true, and move towards it with baby steps, to change absolutely anything?
Yeah, I already know…
Cream and sugar?
The Universe”©Mike Dooley, http://tut.com
I am not saying to be a fake person, but sometimes, you will need to fake the feelings of already making it big so you can train your mind that once it does happen, you will know how to feel. These feelings can be hard to grasp because of the obstacles you are facing at that moment, either it be financial, emotional, spiritual or whatever else. You doubt yourself at times because of the time it takes to make it. You always question your own purpose, your existence on Earth and what is your mission. You feel like there is something missing throughout your journey to reach your ultimate happiness. So what is happiness for you? Is it material wealth? Spiritual or emotional health? What do you need to do today to feel like you have already reach the summit? How long more can you fake it until you make it?
If you talk to a con artist, faking is his/her strength. They fake who they are on a daily basis, and bring havoc to others along their destructive path. They can’t decipher the wrong from the right, the truth from the lies. They forget who they are as a person and lose themselves along the way. This is not a productive and effective process when it comes to faking until you make it. Learning to do things the right and honest way, following your dreams and goals and working diligently until you get to where you want to be. Life will push you off your track at times, but it is important to always get back on the pavement and continue your journey to happiness. There is no real destination. It is just an illusion. The same goes with your fitness health. Once you have lost all the weight and reached your ideal body weight, do you feel you need to stop there? Absolutely not. You keep on going and maintain what you have worked so hard for. That destination, no matter which one, has to be maintained and catered for. Again, your destination is just an illusion.
Dr. Dan Amzallag, PhD, MBA, CLC
Author/Inspirational Speaker/Life Coach