The sooner you know about "The Wall", the better

Posted on November 7, 2015

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Consider for a moment that during life you have only two options. It is simple really. Option one is to build a bridge between the cliff of your inner and exterior experiences by developing your mental and emotional maturity at least equal to physical maturity. The second is to build “The WALL” that blocks all your potential in life. You chose the building material: Bricks for the bridge or Blocks for “The WALL”. As you age one grows larger than the other. The good news is a block can always be removed and made into a brick.

Typically sometime between the ages of 18 to 24 most people begin to notice “The WALL” is larger because it gets in their way. People will either back up against “The WALL” while facing that cliff in fear or will run and smack right into “The WALL” while trying to avoid the cliff. The WALL is nature’s attempt to get your attention and acts like an alarm clock to tell you something is out of harmony with you. Either “WAKE UP” to start building that bridge or you will only be “DREAMING” of your potentials.

The WALL is the biggest elephant in the room and people rarely talk about it. Why?

Because most people think that the experience is only happening to themselves. People feel trapped and it can be scary. It can feel like having the rug pulled out from under you, as your head falls between your legs, you are left wondering what happened, as all you thought you knew appears upside down.

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Source material from Brain Speak

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