So much for “external” scars.
Yet, hold on.
The same truths play out in regard to “internal” scars.
Dr. Maxwell Maltz often said that 0.5% of the population have a facial scar or disfigurement – and in many cases, it’s a good idea to have surgery to correct the unwanted “look.”
But he also said that 99.5% of the rest of the population, who have no “external” scars, are dealing with “internal” scars that, once resolved, will give them new found power and freedom.
Okay, so what’s an internal scar?
An internal scar is any hurt, disappointment, heartache, trauma or grievance you’re carrying around with you. It happened in the past, perhaps long ago, yet you carry it with you like it’s happening this very instant. And if you understand how time works in the realm of the subconscious, it is happening now.
Last month I had a call with a young man who hadn’t been doing the Theatre of the Mind practice I taught him. And guess what? What he said to begin his call was almost a complete replica of a previous one.
I got on him.
“So, have you been doing Theatre of the Mind?” I asked, already knowing the answer.
“Uh, well, uh. I sorta kinda am doing it here and there.”
“That means you’re not doing it,” I said. “It’s like sorta, kinda getting dressed, here and there.”
“Yeah, that’s true.”
“What’s even more true is you’ve made no progress. We’re having almost the same conversation as we had last month. Instead of hearing a positive report about how your life is changing, I’m getting dumped on with all this garbage that would’ve been resolved by now if you did Theatre of the Mind.”
He woke up and changed his tune. I guided him through a “quickie” version of T.O.M. and he immediately shifted into a positive, vibrant state. He let go of the negative scars and focused on the positive.
Over the course of the next month he used T.O.M. everyday, without fail. And when I had another call with him the next month, he raved about all the good things taking place in his life. At this point he was ready to go to “the next level.”
But before he could go to the next level, he needed to free himself from the past. He did this in the NOW – in the present moment.
Doing so instantly changed how he felt – making it easy to help him even more.
When you do Theatre of the Mind, you heal negative experiences and events from the past. You let go of the hurt, the anguish, the pain. You don’t continue to dredge it up day after day, reliving Groundhog Day for yourself and all who know you.
Ultimately, the shift that takes place in you as a result of doing Theatre of the Mind is a lot like seeing each external or internal scar as a badge of honor instead of as a “terrible thing.”
And this brings us to the ultimate truth about scars. It goes as follows:
“Think you’ve had it bad? Maybe so. But somewhere someone else has had it way worse, and they’ve turned the trauma, the pain and the difficulty into a blessing.”
Today is a great day in your life. It’s a day to transform yourself into who you really are and can be. Theatre of the Mind is the fastest, quickest and easiest way to heal yourself and become the person you’ve always wanted to be.
Get the program and see for yourself.
P.S. Hey, I looked up this morning while doing my training and saw what’s called a Cardinal Cross in the sky. Now let me tell you what this means for YOU. It means there’s never going to be a better time to transform your life than this very moment. Get Theatre of the Mind NOW and shift your life to a whole new level of greatness.