I have now finished re-reading Bob Proctor’s book, “You Were Born Rich.”
The author Bob Proctor has been associated with personal and professional development for much longer than other individual alive today. There is an extraordinary amount of happy, successful individuals who pin their successes his advice and teachings.
Bob Proctor really is aware of how to help those who are looking for advice. Not merely are his books on success popular as self-help literature, they can even be a source of inspiration.
Any self-help section is packed with inspirational mentors and the fantastic Bob Proctor is not an exception. Bob Proctor has been associated with personal and professional development for much longer than other individuals that is alive today. There are always an extraordinary amount of happy, successful individuals who pin their successes his advice and teachings.
One of the greatest things about You Were Born Rich is the fact that it doesn’t just speak to the head it speaks to the heart as well. I would imagine that you can relate to this feeling. Isn’t it amazing when someone speaks to the ‘whole you’ and their message resonates with you on a conscious and subconscious level?
You Were Born Rich doesn’t just advocate Positive Thinking for the sake of thinking positively. It explains why things like a positive mindset and setting goals are important. You may even find that the messages are conveyed so powerfully that some of your beliefs may be changed immediately.
This publication allows the audience top know how we are really in charge of our very own destinies. So with a genuine level of determination we can perform what you want to achieve in life. Proctor makes clear to the audience how our thoughts have such an enormous effect on the results that people experience in our lives. He talks about laws of the Universe and how we can tune into them to better ourselves.
My Takeaway: The Acorn
In an enlightening part of the book, Proctor describes the ‘Acorn Analogy’. He outlines how acorns are just like human beings. Like everything in our universe, they are just a mass of energy with a high speed of vibration. Leave an acorn out of the earth and it begins to die.
However, the second that you plant the acorn, it starts to attract the energy particles that help the growth of an oak tree. A human being is also a large mass of energy at a particular rate of vibration. This rate of vibration is dependent upon the person’s thoughts. As a result, they then proceed to attract the energy that correlates with their most common thoughts.
This analogy made a great deal of sense to me. It made me see the correlation between the way I had been thinking and the results that I had been getting. A good example of this is to ‘get a good job’ that paids well and do this until retirement. Which is getting further and further away each year. Currently those born after 1960, the retirement age is now 67+.
This nearly happened to me. Thankfully, I made a mindful effort to work with the ideas of Bob Proctor, not against thm. As a result, I reprogramed my thinking and now understand life in a totally different way.