“Whatever the mind can conceive and believe, it can achieve.”– Napoleon Hill
One version is from Mulhammed Ali, who said –“If my mind can conceive it, and my heart can believe it – then I can achieve it.’
Let’s take a real-world example: Walt Disney.
And how about J.K. Rowling?
But that’s just the starting point.
And note the word choice made by Hill in his famous quote.
Going for your dreams brings life; giving up brings death.
The Poem for Peace
In the weary marrow of this world, where uncertainties abide,
Tumult whispers to the wind, confusion at its side.
Yet in this dance of shadows, let not your hearts be swayed,
For peace and prosperity are gems, not easily decayed.
Look! The world is like a reed, bending in a storm,
A symphony of chaos, struggling to transform.
Yet amidst this worldly uproar, the flute begins its song,
A melody of harmony, where peace and love belong.
Can you not hear it whispering, the tune that calls for peace?
A gentle hymn, a lullaby, bidding turmoil cease.
Sung by the soul, that ageless voice, echoes in our core,
An eternal rhythm pulsing, reminding us of more.
Through the looking glass of fear, we see but dire straits,
Yet, a garden blooms within, behind life’s iron gates.
Tend to your inner sanctuary, make it grow and shine,
In it, find your peace and wealth, the truly divine.
Do not bind your spirit with chains of gold and silver,
Prosperity lies not in excess, but in love’s shiver.
In giving, we receive; in serving, we are served,
In this circle of life, true wealth is conserved.
Look to the sun, that radiant orb, gifting us its light,
Ask not for its bounty, yet it shines so bright.
Take your cue from nature, be generous and kind,
In this giving, find prosperity, leave avarice behind.
In the marketplace of fears, buy not the merchants’ wares,
Instead, purchase patience, sow seeds of love and cares.
When you find your heart at war, plagued by strife and doubt,
Seek the quiet within, let tranquility sprout.
It’s in silence we discover, the peace that always was,
A mirror pool of serenity, unaffected by worldly cause.
The prosperity we yearn for, it resides within our soul,
An inner wealth, a joy untapped, making us whole.
There’s a hidden sweetness in the stomach’s emptiness,
From fasting of worldly greed, springs the fruit of kindness.
Feast not on the husks of excess, the hollow glamour and gleam,
But nourish on love and peace, a richer stream.
We are not just earthly beings, born of dust and air,
But celestial bodies, with a light we’re here to share.
Awaken, dear friend, from this deep and fretful sleep,
Realize your potential, promises to keep.
In the heart of uncertainty, a constant truth remains,
Peace and prosperity exist, beyond life’s gains.
Look within, dear friend, unlock your inner door,
In this vast mansion of the soul, explore, oh explore!
Remember Rumi’s words, uttered in the dance of the pen,
“In silence, there is eloquence. Start anew, again.”
In the quiet of your being, in the stillness of your mind,
The poem for peace you’ll find, leaving uncertainty behind.
Note: Other Imaginotions by Dr. Joe Vitale
Someone posted this question on Facebook –
“Dr Joe offers so many programs, all being billed as
THE one, how do I know which one is REALLY the one,
or is it all just a scam?”
I can imagine it gets confusing.
After all, when I offer everything from courses
on The Law of Attraction to courses on The Fourth
Dimension Process or The Remembering Process or
Wealth Trigger, or anything else, how do you know
what’s right for you – if any?
The truth is, it depends on where you are in
your own spiritual growth.
I wrote a book and created a program years ago —
yes, another one – called “The Awakening Course.”
The Awakening Course explains four stages of consciousness.
Depending on where you are on the map of awakening,
some courses will be more relevant to you than others.
For example, I wouldn’t give my books on ho’oponopono
to someone who just watched the movie The Secret and
just learned about The Law of Attraction.
The Secret is from stage two of awakening.
Ho’oponopono is from stage three.
Ho’oponopono, and my books ‘Zero Limits’ and
‘AT Zero,” would be confusing to someone still
in stage two of awakening (and more so if they
were still in stage one of awakening).
Look at it this way –
If you had a child in first grade in school,
you probably wouldn’t teach him or her calculus.
There’s nothing wrong with calculus.
It’s not a scam.
But it’s not relevant, useful or understandable
to a first grader.
By the same token, if you were in college and you
studied math, you wouldn’t say it was a scam if
the university also asked you to study algebra.
You would simply think algebra was the next course.
It’s the same with my courses.
I design them and create them and promote them to
help you – but which one is right for you depends
on you and where you are in your life.
If you’re in stage one, you’ll call it all a scam.
If you’re in stage two, you’ll see value but may not
yet understand the advanced courses from stage three
or stage four.
All the courses are useful – but it depends on your
current consciousness just HOW useful they are.
If you want to understand this more, please consider
the online course –
Or the actual book (printed, audio, or Kindle) –
PS – If you really want everything to be free,
remember all the freebies I already offer to you —
These are also all free —
I didn’t write the bulk of this blog post.
I asked ChatGPT to tell me how to attract money.
Before I show you what it “wrote,” let ChatGPT tell you what it is:
ChatGPT is a computer program that can talk to people like a human. It can understand what you say and respond to you in a helpful way. It has been trained on lots of information from the internet and can answer questions, provide information, and even make small talk. It’s like having a really smart friend you can talk to anytime!
I’m not so sure I agree with that, but since ChatGPT is the raging trend right now, let’s play along.
I asked it to tell me how to attract money.
Here’s what it wrote:
Attracting money involves a combination of mindset, action, and opportunity. Here are some tips to help you attract money:
- Develop a positive money mindset: The way you think about money can impact your ability to attract it. If you have negative thoughts and beliefs about money, it can be difficult to attract more of it. Try to focus on abundance and believe that there is plenty of money to go around.
- Take action: Attracting money isn’t just about thinking positively, it’s also about taking action. Consider ways to increase your income, whether it’s through a side hustle, a new job, or investing. Take steps to improve your financial situation.
- Be open to opportunities: Opportunities to make money can come from unexpected places. Be open to new opportunities and don’t be afraid to take risks.
- Manage your money wisely: Attracting money isn’t just about making more of it, it’s also about managing it wisely. Make a budget, save money, and invest in yourself and your future.
- Give back: Giving back can be a powerful way to attract more money into your life. When you give, you create a positive energy that can attract more abundance into your life.
Remember that attracting money takes time and effort. It’s not a quick fix, but by taking the right steps and developing a positive mindset, you can increase your chances of attracting more money into your life.
Long ago a poet walked the hills.
He wrote poetry without words.
He spoke poetry without sounds.
He lived poetry with his walk, his gait, his awareness, his mind.
Others looked at him in wonder.
“Why doesn’t he speak?” they asked each other.
“Why doesn’t he write?” many wondered.
“Where is he going anyway?” a few asked. “We keep seeing him so he must be walking in circles.”
The poet spoke to no one but smiled at all.
His poetry was his presence.
His poem was his life.
With every step he took, with every breath he gave, he shared the essence of his message.
His greatest poem was silence.
Whatever you heard, or saw, or thought, was inside you.
All the poet did was walk.
Note: Other Imaginotions by Dr. Joe Vitale