Oh. My. God. If the universe had something to say to me today, message is received.
First, this morning, I came across some delicious-sounding healthy smoothie recipes on Facebook (and I know a lot of people like to think that Facebook is a waste of time, but it’s all about who you’re connected with and who you follow), and I was like, “Maybe you should go to Whole Foods today and pick up some of these ingredients.” Just yesterday, I enabled Anthony to get us fast food for dinner because he was sick (his turn now) — yes, busted! — and I told him we were swearing off fast food after this. Especially since he’s sick, and the worst thing to do is to give yourself the illusion of feeling better by feeding yourself something that just deteriorates you in the first place. Remember “let food be thy medicine”?
“No more fast food” is, however, the worst way to say it. If you want results, you need to focus on what you do want and not what you don’t want — e.g., “eat healthy food.”
Anyway, that “maybe you should go to Whole Foods” turned into a “You have to go to Whole Foods” as soon as all signs everywhere decided to culminate in this powerful video (which I also came across through the Female Entrepreneur Association on Facebook). At first I was like, “Another inspirational video.” While inspirational vids are great . . . I don’t have to tell you that they can sometimes come off as corny or even “beyond us,” like the people in them are just unrelatable and in a completely different place from you so you can’t see yourself where they are. As you also know, I’m readjusting to life in the normal world after being engaged in a phenomenal vortex that was the Millionaire Mind Intensive, so I’ve had my fair share of inspiration lately.
I almost put it off for later — but I was curious, so I pressed play. And two minutes later I was covering my mouth, tears streaming down my face. Sincerely, if you are recovering from a chronic injury or physical condition today — watch this video.
There are two versions. The short version is here, followed by the extended version (I watched both, naturally).
Incredible, right? I am overwhelmed with what I have seen here today. There is truly no limit to what we human beings can do if we are determined to do so and never stop going for our goals.
I know that is the entire reason why I started this blog in the first place, but even I need a little kick in the butt every now and again to remember what I’m doing here. Thank you, Arthur, for sharing your beautiful story. I am so moved.
What did you think of Arthur’s transformation? Does this give you a boost you need today? Leave a comment below!
To our healing,