Do you know someone who had an injury on their leg or back that caused them to limp around? Maybe it took a week or a year for the pain to finally go away, but then you noticed that they still walked with that same awkward limp. The limp had become a habit, but it wasn't too noticeable to that person because they got used to walking that way until someone finally pointed it out. "Hey, why are you still limping if your pain is gone?" Their response might be, "I ain't limping, this is my new cool walk!" But in reality, they are still walking with a slight limp as if to keep the style of walking that they got used to.
Even more interesting is that once the limping was pointed out by someone they trust, they quickly fix their walk magically as if no limp ever existed.
The question is, why is it so easy to correct a physical limp and mental limps are very hard to correct? A mental limp could be the following; caring way too much what others think about us, fear of failure, fear of success, fear of death, fear of the unknown, addictions, hatred, neglect, vengeance, bigotry, racism, obsessive compulsiveness, suicidal ideation, violence, and etc. Why is it so much harder for people to correct these type of limps even when loved ones point them out as a detriment to their health?
It's called conditioning, getting programmed a certain way and not being able to break the pattern of limping your way through life! Is it true that you can change your limp? Of course it is, but it's going to take an immense amount of work to walk that line- to think a different way about this glorious life! You always have a choice!
With that said, "Put a little MaxPower into your life!"
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