The list of Hollywood has-beens is longer than the distance covered by a Space X trip to orbit and back. But then you look at the Hollywood Walk of Fame and you see that there’s a shorter list of those that graduate to classics and evergreens because of their ability to span years and decades of fame and stardom.
A handful of superstars have been very forthright in their admission of using the power of their minds and visualization to get them where they are.
Amongst these A-listers are:
These are people who have learned to will things into being. Not it’s not as simple as a flick of the magic wand. Many an overnight success has taken years of hard work, dedication, persistence and getting back up after being knocked down by failures. But, as long as that success has taken, some have found it while others work menial jobs.
Something gives particular individuals the ability to spot an opportunity or good timing, and this is the one thing that is different. Getting “discovered” by a big Hollywood producer or talent scout usually happens at auditions, but there are so many cases of the right person being in the right place, at an opportune time.
Believing in the Universal Law
Whether you think it occurs only in the realm of physics, or energetically, physically or socially, so many successful people in many walks of life believe in a universal law that says you will attract what you give. Give out failure and defeat, and that is what you get.
The value of a positive attitude has been studied repeatedly over the decades, and the general consensus is that a positive mindset attracts positive circumstances.
Whether it is Jim Carey walking around with a signed $10 million check in his wallet for over a decade, or Will Smith calling roles to himself by sheer will power and mind over matter, there are a surprising number of celebrities who have to work for their roles and fame for years before it surfaces.
Will Smith speaks in this article and clip, about believing in the law of attraction,
and the“redemptive power in making a choice to be what you want to be.” He doesn’t want to be a role model, he wants to be the “idea” that any kid can aspire to.
One of Jim Carey’s less laughable acts was carrying around a check for $10 million, made out to himself. This is just one tool that people use to assist visualization. Sometimes we need a physical reminder.
Arnold Schwarzenegger has said, about his success in movies:
”It’s the same process I used in bodybuilding: What you do is create a vision of who you want to be — and then live that picture as if it were already true. It’s the same process I used in bodybuilding: What you do is create a vision of who you want to be — and then live that picture as if it were already true.
This is the success of visualization and the ability to focus in a sustained way, on your goals.
Using Visualization to be Successful
So how do us mere mortals attract success into our lives? What can we learn from those who made it work? Not simple, but eminently achievable.
Your mental and physical habits are extremely important in getting the whole to cooperate and focus on your goals, whatever they are.
Enlist help to boost your ability to visualize, whether that is a coach or a less intrusive method of binaural beats and 3D sounds made to strengthen your focus.
Of course, Synctuition doesn’t guarantee your success in making it in Hollywood. But, the binaural tracks are designed to help your intuition will have other effects in your life that will contribute to your overall happiness and success. Wouldn’t it be nice to have a sixth sense about an opportunity that presents itself? Not luck, that’s just spotting good opportunities when they present themselves.