Four Thoughts That Steer Your Mind Toward Success

Ian Marshall —  May 27, 2009 — 3 Comments

the-four-thoughtsFour Thoughts Which Steer Your Mind & Your Life Toward Success

These four thoughts, or reminders can help you to stay grounded and determined to achieve your dreams. They are a slight adaption of the Tibetan Buddhist Four Thoughts that steer mind toward Enlightenment and is the foundation of the Ngöndro practice.

1) Your life is precious and you are blessed now with this chance to be alive. Life is sacred, special, and a fragile thing.

2) Realizing that it may end at any moment you strive to live each day like it’s your last.

3) Seizing upon this amazing feeling of strength and determination inside of you, a new awareness comes to light that you have the power and might to create the life or your dreams.

4) And seeing this new potential open up before you gives rise to the resolve to become an inspiration life so that you can inspire others to do the same.


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3 responses to Four Thoughts That Steer Your Mind Toward Success

  1. Love it! I can feel your peaceful energy through this website. You did a great job with it — many blessings today! <3

  2. Love it! I can feel your peaceful energy through this website. You did a great job with it — many blessings today! <3

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