"belief creates reality" Here is a good example of a principle in life that works but is not to be taken to absolutes. Meaning, beliefs need to be used to access our untapped potentials but intelligently with awareness of conditions.
Another thing to note is the difference between our beliefs in WHAT we can do, and our beliefs in HOW we need to do it. Ofcourse, if you limit your view of flying off a building to being done without tools, without any apparatus whatsoever, your limiting your potential to say the least.
The wrights bros Dreamt of flight and achieved it by opening their minds and placing no limits on HOW it has to be done.
The quality of our reality is only as good as the quality of our experience and the quality of our experience is only as good as the quality of our ideas. If you don't believe that a human can jump of a building and fly, its because you hold the idea that one can't.
Begin by holding the idea of the possibility that a human can jump off a building and fly.
Place no limitation on how it has to be done.
Look for evidence of how it not only can be done but has been done.
A few examples of how humans have achieved this feat;
-hang gliding(off a cliff)
-base jumping(off a cliff, a few have done off buildings)
-sky diving(its one thing to leap off a stationary platform, quite another to jump of one that is already in flight)
-skydivers and base jumpers with squirrel suits(you know the one, where they glide for a distance before they pull their shute)
-bungy jumping(ok, not exactly flight but a great way to get around that 'not surviving' glitch)
Last edited by Medusa locked; 10-15-2011 at 03:16 AM.