Category Archives: SELF-HELP

How To Use The Law Of Cycles

“It Is The Business Of Science To Predict”*

Everything in the universe is a form of energy. Therefore, because all energy flows in waves from higher to lower levels in a repeating pattern, everything is cyclical.

The sun and the moon, the flow of the tides, and the seasons of the year all come and go with predictability. And so it is that all things are governed by the law of cycles.

A basic understanding of the cycles of our lives helps us to create better timing. For example, many people think that when the stock market is on the rise that it will keep going up, but a study of the markets’ history and business cycles shows that what goes up must come down – then back up again. And there’s not much worse than doing the right thing at the wrong time.

“When You’re Truly Unshakable, You Have Unwavering Confidence Even Amidst The Storm”*

The herd mentality is also predictable. When stocks and cryptocurrencies are going up people get greedy, hoping to ride that wave up forever. But, when there’s a correction, it can easily turn into a crash if the herd panics and sells at a loss.

Of course, nowadays with the Fed ordering the banksters to prop up the stock market, suppress precious metals, and to do something about the cryptos, everything is unnatural and harder to predict, but patience always wins the war.

In Unshakable {<Free Audiobook/Podcast} Tony Robbins tells us that corrections of at least ten percent have occurred about once a year on average since 1900. When the stock market declines by at least 20% it’s called a bear market, and less than 20% of all corrections turn into bear markets.

“The Two Most Powerful Warriors Are Patience And Time”*

The point is that if you just hold tight, or HODL as they say nowadays, you’ll ride the wave back up again, and you’ll reap the rewards for your patience and determination. And so it is with all things in life.

And at this point in history, riches are being made in the crypto space, so jump in and ride that wave into the sea of destiny. Change is at hand, and the criminal banksters and their politician lackeys will eventually reap what they have sown.

Get in harmony with the rhythm of life. Hibernate in the winter of your life by reading self-help books. Then when spring comes, you’ll have planted many seeds of opportunity in the fertile soil of your mind.

Which will then grow and ripen into tangible reality during the summer. And come the fall, you’ll reap a bountiful harvest, and will taste deeply from the fruits of your labor.

“Patience Is Power; with Time And Patience, The Mulberry Leaf Becomes Silk’*

The cycle of life goes up and down, around and around, so prepare yourself for the abundance of wealth and opportunities that are bound to flow your way by reading Think And Grow Rich {<Free Copy} by Napoleon Hill.

And remember that when things are looking down, keep the faith that they will always go back up again.

Regards, – Herb.

Quotes – *Edward R. Dewey, *Tony Robbins, *Leo Tolstoy,* Chinese Proverb


“The Worry Buster”

“As A Rule Men Worry More About What They Can’t See Than About What They Can”*

It’s an interesting paradox that the imagination has the power to manifest what we want, but it can also summon in what we don’t want.

Most of us live our lives in the realm of the imagination, fantasizing, dreaming, and worrying. When we worry that what we fear might happen, it’s as though we’re living it in the present moment because our nervous system doesn’t know the difference between what’s real and what’s vividly imagined.

“A Day Of Worry Is More Exhausting Than A Week Of Work”*

Sometimes we’re not even sure of what we’re worried about, and we try to chase it away instead of getting inside of it and dealing with it analytically. But therein lies the cure because by analyzing ourself, we can find the underlying fear that’s causing us to worry.

For example, fear of the unknown can cause us not to get started on a new project. Or because of all the hard work that it entails, fear of success can paralyze us because we don’t want to get out of our comfort zone.

That’s why when I procrastinate by working on lots of other things besides the goal that I really want to achieve, I know that something is wrong. So then I’ll sit down, grab a pen and paper, and destroy my worries with “The Worry Buster.”

There are 4 parts to “The Worry Buster.”

  1. Ask yourself – what exactly is the problem?

Fear of failure, success, rejection, or criticism are the most common ones that rear their ugly heads when you want to work on a new project or on a big goal. Figure out which one it is then…

2. Ask yourself – what’s the worst possible scenario?

If you get yourself to take action despite your fear, and you finish your project or reach your goal, what’s the worst thing that can happen? Whatever it is…

3. Decide to – accept the worst possible scenario.

When you determine that you’ll be able to handle the worst case scenario, you’ll break free from the chains of worry. Then you’ll discover that reaching your goal, no matter what the outcome, is still success in itself. Yet still…

4. Decide to – begin improving on the worse case scenario.

Read the books, study whatever you need to learn, and persevere until the worst case scenario is no longer a possibility. Then you will become the master of your fate.

“I Never Worry About Action, Only Inaction”*

All the best, – Herb.

Quotes – *Julius Caesar,*John Lubbock,*Winston Churchill


Count Your Blessings

“You’re Riding So High, Sailing The Seas Of Success”*

One of the most essential and timeless secrets that I had to learn the hard way is that in order to improve your life, and take it to a whole new level, you need to count your blessings.

Have you ever wished that you were slimmer, taller, smarter, stronger, more talented, better looking, or better in some way other than what you are? Well, join the club.

You may have debts, a job you don’t like, bad relationships, bad habits, or regrets about past decisions, but what do you have to be grateful for?

“But How Long Will It Last Babe? That’s Just Anybody’s Guess”*

The best law of mind that you can learn to harness the power of is the law of gratitude. Because when you develop the habit of counting your blessings, you’ll then attract and be blessed with even more.

The best way to count your blessings is to put things into perspective, and to focus on your blessings by making a list of them.

For example, can you walk, talk, and hear? Do you have a roof over your head? Do you have nutritious food and potable water? Well, take a look around the world because lots of people don’t have those things.

And what country do you live in? I live in Canada where I’m free, have free medicare, and lots of options of what to do with my life.

“Let Me Give You Fair Warning, Tomorrow Never Knows”*

But, no matter where you live, can you read? Because if you can then you have the ability to improve your lot in life by reading self-help books, and if you don’t like reading then you can listen to free self-help audio books.

And if you wish that you were more talented then keep in mind that talents are developed. Yes, there are people with genetic advantages, but even they need to improve by practicing regularly, or their talents will fade away.

The best things in life are free, and since questions are the answer to counting your blessings – can you see? And if you were blind, what would you give for the priceless gift of sight?

“Ever Since Time Was Dawning, That’s Just The way It Goes”*

I’m often inspired by one of my heroes and his music. Adopted as an infant, Jeff Healey lost his sight to cancer when he was only one year old.

But, as fate would have it, Jeff was given a guitar at the age of three. Because he was so young and blind, he developed his unique way of playing the guitar on his lap.

Although later in life Jeff also mastered playing the trumpet, he was better known as a blistering blues rock guitarist and a singer. When you hear Jeff play the blues, you just know that he was the real deal.

“So Many Times I’ve Seen It Happen, Count Your Blessings While You May”*

Jeff struggled with cancer his whole life, and it finally took his life when he was just 41 years old, but he left us with the gift of his spirit and his soul that will live on forever through his music.

So, do you see that things could be worse? That even if you have genetic disadvantages, talents can be developed?But, most of all can you see that if you’re alive, and enjoy a reasonable degree of health that you’ve got it made?

Either way, next time you’re feeling down about your lot in life, or feel like complaining about what you don’t have, think about Jeff Healey or one of my other heroes – Terry Fox.

Then count your blessings, and remember to savor every day – even the bad ones.

“‘Cause Just When You Think, You Got It All,It Could All Get Blown Away“* {<Jeff Healey Song}

Vaya con dios, – The Unknown Musician.

Quotes -*Jeff Healey.