dr. wayne w.dyer
published by hay house.
I'M TOO OLD.
your age can seem to be a major obstacle on the road
are eager to take.
you feel its too late
to change your job
or to write that book.
you'd love to learn new things.
but your age won't allow it anymore.
RUBBISH, OF COURSE !
if you're not careful, you will let your destiny slip from your hands by feeling
either too young
or too old.
when you were young,
your excuse was that you didn't have enough experience to make your dreams come true.
now you have discovered that you have ended up in the
category, dyer says.
the age excuse is based on your tendency to identify more with the number
of laps you did around the sun
than with the unlimited nature of your being,
which is quite independent of your body's age.
thoughts are ageless, and when you live in the
present you will no longer worry about how old you are.
you will just focus on what you want to do at that moment.
an excuse that is very similar to the age excuse is
it will take too long.
the american psychologist
describes a conversation he had with a 44 year old woman who decides
not to go back to school because she thinks she will be too old by the
time she finishes her training.
'how old will you be when you get your diploma ?'
'forty - nine,'
the woman replies.
'and how old will you be in five years if you don't go back to school ?'
this example illustrates an important notion that can help you
overcome this excuse :
time goes on, no matter what.
do you want to spend that time on
self development and realising your dreams and self ambitions ?
do you want to spend it on thinking wistfully of all the
things you could have done ?.
'I'M TOO OLD'
'I'M NEVER TOO OLD
TO DO WHAT MAKES ME HAPPY,
AND I CAN DO IT RIGHT
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