Vision Blockers

Blocked Vision

Have you ever noticed that it can be very hard to manifest your dreams?

I have.

But why should it be such a struggle? Don’t those dreams represent something good?

Well, yes, they do represent something good. But they are only a vision of what’s possible.

What then blocks this vision from becoming reality? It’s lots of things. I’m going to lump them together and call them “vision blockers.”

These blocks interfere with many parts of your life. But they especially block you from living your dreams.

And they come from everywhere. For example, they can come from messages you got growing up.

One client told me that when their mother first saw them after they were born, mom said, “Doesn’t look like much.” Ouch! You can imagine how this attitude came out through this person’s childhood.

And there are thousands of such communications as we grow up. When I didn’t do what my father wanted me to do, he used to tell me I was “hard headed.” I bet you had many of these kinds of judgements. “You’ll never amount to much.” Or, “Children should be seen and not heard.”

And there are thousands of non-verbal communications as well. They can be as subtle as a slight frown. Or they can be as obvious as getting slapped.

And that’s just family. The culture gives you loads of messages as well. Many of these have the effect of making you think that your dreams are not possible to make real. These messages include ideas like, “Rich people are greedy.” If so, then why would you want to be rich? Or, “It’s impossible to succeed in this economy.” Why try, right?

The point here is that you internalize these ideas. And once you’ve heard them over and over again from outside and from your own thought, they become like a kind of internal truth. But are they really true?

Mostly not. You have heard them so many times that you might think so, but they have become self-imposed limitations.

So how do these affect your vision of your future and of your life? They act like a kind of road block. And when there are enough of these, you are locked into a very limited view of the world that restricts you. It’s like an invisible prison. And this prison is a place where dreams go to die.

But there are very specific ways to free your dreams from their dungeon. And they use the same exact processes that created the limitations in the first place. These processes are then used for freeing you instead of imprisoning you.

This is one of the core ideas of the upcoming class, Stepping Into Freedom. You will learn fast-track methods of transforming limiting thoughts into empowering ones.

The class is February 4, 5 & 6. On Friday the 4th, we’ll meet for two hours in the evening. Saturday and Sunday we’ll meet from 9:00 to 5:00. I can’t wait to share this knowledge with you. I’ll have a link for more information in next week’s Balance Point.

All the best for your health and happiness,

Dr. Bruce Eichelberger



P.S. I’m giving an abbreviated “intro” class on February 2nd where I’ll be teaching one of the exercises from the full weekend class. The February 2 class is free.

It will take place at 5:30 at the Swill Coffee & Wine Bar, 3366 Lakeside Ct, Reno, NV 89509. If you want a sense of how this class can help you realize your dreams, please come and check it out.

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