Unleash The Power Of Your Mind

Reema Abdullah | March 7th, 2022

You have probably grown up watching movies like Spiderman and Superman, where these heroes possess powers beyond the average human’s ability. These stories left an impression of awe and wonder on our young hearts and minds all over the world. What if you had super abilities you didn’t even know about? Latent and deep inside of you lie endless possibilities and powers.

Unless you brain looks like a fine block of swiss cheese, where are these powers and how do you access them? Have you ever heard of the term, use it or lose it? The sooner you begin to access the full potential of your brain, the greater improvements will materialize on all fronts of your life. Like anything, practice, persistence, and a bit of experimentation goes a long way.


Practice Faith:
Research studies prove those who possess a sincere belief or faith have been able to cure ailments, disease, and mental deficiencies. Countless testimonials of individuals’ who have been suffering from cancer with no help from medical science used faith healing as a last resort to cure themselves. Guess what – in many instances it worked.

Power Of Belief:
If you can believe you can achieve anything your heart desires. Deep seated belief has changed the lives of famous individuals like Oprah Winfrey, Henry Ford, and Napoleon Hill. Powerful people understood the immense power of belief to change their lives drastically.

Optimize Your Talents:
Each and every individual has a talent or skill they possess to a level of genius. It could be writing, fixing figures out of wood, or singing. Einstein quoted:

“Everyone is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid.”

The word genius originated in ancient Rome, stemming from the Latin verb “gingere,” meaning to bring forth. The genius inside of you is your God or Universe given talent. The genius inside of you is a genie, creating and manifesting a life before your eyes.

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