The One Secret You Must Know About Willpower & 10 Ways To Cultivate It

Source: Infinite Waters (Diving Deep)

Ralph Smart shares his thoughts on willpower and the ability to call up a sort of super strength from within that allows you to do the extraordinary. He gives the example of two teenage girls in 2013 who lifted a 3,000 lb tractor to save their Dad’s life. Ralph says the girls employed something we call “hysterical strength.” To give you some perspective on how extraordinary it is for two teen girls to lift a 3,000 lb. tractor, Ralph shares the statistics from a weightlifting competition held this month. The winner set a world record when he lifted 1,155 lbs. and an average toilet weighs around 100 lbs. The teens lifted the equivalence of 30 toilets.

There are external forces that can help us develop willpower – like life-or-death circumstances where we have to save someone or sporting event situations where we get cheered on by a big crowd that wants us to make that big goal for out team. Most of us, though, aren’t in these kinds of special will-producing events. We need willpower in more regular, day-to-day circumstances.

So how do we get it in more normal circumstances?

Ralph says the important secret we need to know is that inner willpower comes from being in alignment with our core frequency.

Here are some things you can do that will help keep your inner willpower strong:

1) Do what you came here to do – every day.
2) Don’t allow your environment to stop you. The great surfer Kelly Slater grew up where there were terrible waves but he become one of the best surfers in the world by using his inner will power.
3) Every day, treat life like a life or death situation to stoke your inner fire.
4) Use mantras. Ralph’s current mantra is “There is no limit.”
5) Eat well.
6) Be kind and supportive to yourself.
7) Trust yourself.
8) Don’t fall into self-doubt.
9) When needed, step back a bit and recharge.
10) Do it your way. Go at your own pace. There is no race or hurry. Just create your own way and love what you do.


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