The Haves and The Have Nots

How is it that the old saying The rich get richer, while the poor get poorer is not just a saying, but a stark reality? It is not just something that seems to be real; it is fact and this fact is down to a natural law, evident in nature, not just applicable to humans either.

What natural law could possibly be so unjust? Well, this may challenge your beliefs a little and may even annoy you, but what is unjust about nature? The only lens you have with which to view nature is your own and if you are reading anything on this web site then you are already curious of, if not well-informed about the fact that you create your own reality based personal filters that you have developed over time, through what you believe in, focus on and value: Mostly at a subconscious level.

Bill Harris from Centerpointe Research Institute and the guy behind Holosync has just written a pretty amazing blog post about this law of nature, so I wanted to report on it and bring it to your attention. He explains in great detail about how those that prosper will attract more prosperity and those who don’t will not. He also explains that all is not lost if you are on the ‘wrong’ side of the scale because you can change it.

The science of brain plasticity is still fairly new, but it has uncovered some incredible truths to how we fit into the big picture of the universe and how our lives are shaped by what our internal processes create inside. The great thing is that with conscious awareness, this can be changed, hence the term ‘Brain Plasticity’ meaning the area of the brain responsible for your subconscious activity (the system that creates most of your results from your most dominant thoughts is is capable of being ‘rewired’ or reprogrammed to function in a way that provides you with the results you desire rather than just whatever comes your way.

Here is an excerpt from Bill’s blog post:

Winners–those to whom resources flow–feel different than losers. Their unconscious internal processes more often generate pleasurable and resourceful emotions, along with their characteristic neurochemicals. Because behavior is generated to a great extent by your internal state (which, in addition to feelings also includes such things as courage, persistence, confidence, enthusiasm, and so forth), winners also behave in a different way.

Again, the internal processes of winners motivate them to act in more resourceful ways. And, the resulting successful outcomes generated by these internal states and external behaviors tend to build on each other because they generate more feel-good brain chemistry, more self-confidence, and more positive beliefs, more possibility thinking, more resourceful meanings, and so on, making each success easier than the last.

Such people also begin to attract resources and the help of other people…

It’s a fairly long article, so make yourself a cup of tea, turn off your phone and give it your attention.

“Learned helplessness” (”Why the rich get richer and the poor get poorer”)

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4 comments on “The Haves and The Have Nots
  1. Tom Humes says:

    Nice Site layout for your blog. I am looking forward to reading more from you.

    Tom Humes

  2. Rob says:

    Thanks for visiting Tom. If you have any suggestions for topics you want me to cover, please feel free to tell me.
    It helps the quality of my writing when I know somebody is waiting to read something specific.


  3. digitalnomad says:

    Hey Rob, stopped bu to check out your brain site. You are an interesting guy with the way you are approaching your life. I remember when you were hating your job in England and fighting automobile problems.

  4. Rob says:

    @digitalnomad Thanks for the comment. Good to hear from you again. The last time we exchanged emails I was in a very different plac ein my life although I was focusing on achieving what I am doing now. I’ve still got a way to go, but I have moved mountains and I am relishing the prospect of moving some more.

    I hope the writing here is of value to you.

    Keep in touch.

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