This is a remarkable example of a concept we use widely in our work here at ANI. If you go back through your life, wherever one door closed, another door opened. Let me give you a very short-term approach to long, endless, needless, psychoanalysis and psychotherapy. Make a list of every door that closed in your life in one column and then next to it, make a list of the doors that subsequently opened. Perhaps they didn’t open right away, perhaps you spent a little time, or what seemed like a very long time, getting ready for the next door to open, but it always opened. The next door always opens when you expect that it will. Feel sorry for yourself forever, act and feel like a victim, moan, groan and complain and that door will take longer to open. The man in this video had a very big closed door, but opened it in a remarkable and astounding way. We believe at ANI that Spirit is everything, that Spirit is all there is. If that is true, and it is, because that is what you find by being at the crossroads of positive psychology, neuroscience, and quantum physics; then the more attention you pay to the door that is closed, the longer it takes to find the door that will open.
Here is a remarkable door that has opened. Watch it and put your mind on the door that will open.