The Power of the Mind

On May 6, 1954, at the University of Oxford, Roger Bannister achieved the "impossible", ran the mile in under 4 minutes (3 min 59.4 s). Despite everything that predicted the "experts" and doctors, the heart of Roger Bannister did not explode. But here's the curious thing: That same year, 37 athletes ran the mile in under 4 minutes. The following year more than 300 athletes exceeded the mark of four minutes. What happened? "Suddenly, humanity became the fastest overnight? For 50 years no one could break that record, and once Roger Bannister achieved the "impossible" over 300 athletes were able to achieve what had never been done in half a century.

Even today many high school students have been able to run the mile in under 4 minutes. What was happened? Well, what happened is that all athletes prior to Roger Bannister had allowed his mind to be programmed with an "impossibility" and they really believed that was humanly "impossible" to achieve such a feat. And that was how his body reacted, according to which they had in mind. Once Bannister dared not believe in this "programming", once dared to program your mind with its own software for "posiblindows" (or posibliMac, by that of the virus) and refused to accept the "impossible" even if it was backed by "experts" or at the very science, once showed that his heart did not explode and that it was possible, the brain automatically deprogrammed from all others and then began to "believe" that it was possible to run the mile in under four minutes, and hundreds of athletes began do well. This shows how easily you can "program" our minds. History has taught us that in fact the "impossible" does not exist. Many of the things we now do every day at a time were scheduled as impossible, even "scientifically" proven.

The word impossible should be completely deleted from our dictionary. If you can create in your mind, you can create it. If you believe in something with true faith, and give the necessary steps to achieve it (because it is not enough to want something, it should be too) eventually get what you are for many, be they experts or scientists can be "humanly impossible". If you think you can live in perfect health for as long as you like, and give the necessary steps to do, do you think is impossible? Are you sure? The same was thought for 50 years with the idea of running the mile in under 4 minutes. It was "humanly impossible", so "humanly impossible" as immortality. Luis J. Crowe Original article: