Imagine yourself watching the same movie many times a day, day after day. After a while you know it by heart and it becomes boring. There are no surprises anymore. Watching it becomes a habit, and you accept it as a way of life. You cannot stop watching it. It becomes a part of your life. You forget that you can watch other movies.
Real life is like watching the same movie every day. We see our life and what is happening around us, and keep thinking about it and the events we go through. It is like watching the same movie nonstop, day after day. We may not like the whole movie, or only some parts of it, but we keep watching it because it is in front of our eyes. It is our reality.
If we accept the premise that our thoughts are responsible for the kind of life we live, and what we call reality is the replica or projection of our thoughts, we discover a mighty secret.
Why limit our thinking?
Why let circumstances dictate what we think?
If we constantly think about our existing circumstances, we limit ourselves to experiencing these circumstances and situations over and again, in a variety of forms. We limit our life by not thinking beyond our circumferences. If we keep recreating in our minds the same kind of life, how can anything new happen?
You need to dare to think big. You need to make your thinking unlimited by anything.
Each person lives within a circle with a limited circumference. Small thoughts limit this circumference.
To widen the circumference of your life, you need to think bigger thoughts.
To widen the scope of your life, you need to dare to think beyond your immediate circumstances.
Dare to think big. You can think beyond the boundaries of your current reality.
If you want to get more out of your life, you need to think beyond your circumstances, beyond any limited thinking.
This is one of the important topics taught in the book Visualize and Achieve.