Observations & meditations on the day-to-day
Herbie Hancock – Some good advice.
Herbie Hancock in his Jazz MasterClass: “You know how many times I’ve felt like I don’t know what I’m doing? But all I have to do is start. And that will lead to something. It may be clumsy and unfinished, but at least there’s something there. Problems happen when you don’t play that first chord. So just start! That’s the secret. Start.”
The reason this is such good advice is that the single greatest reason why people don’t manifest their dreams is that they don’t take the first step. They get scared – because they can’t see the whole road, from the inception of their idea to its realisation. The point Hancock makes is one that I stress in my Magic of Manifestation course: if you have a clear sense of where you want to go, don’t be afraid to take the first step. Just step out – and the steps you subsequently need to take will appear. It’s virtually impossible to know every bend in the road from start to finish. But when you take an action it creates a dynamic that leads, almost with a sense of inevitability, to the next action. And so you begin to roll. And so things begin to come to you. Because action is the language in which we instruct the unconscious. And what the unconscious wants to achieve it usually achieves.
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