Larry Mullins

January 12, 2013

A VICTORIOUS LIFE on EARTH

“Today, like every other day we wake up empty and frightened. Don’t open the door to the study and begin reading. Take down a musical instrument. Let the beauty we love be what we do. There are hundreds of ways to kneel and kiss the ground.”
RUMI

The brilliant poet suggests a way to fill the void we feel each day. I personally hate that vacuous feeling. But, I do not have a musical instrument. How do I fill the inner void with beauty? I recall other great words: “Without vision, the people perish.” It seems to me vision–the consciousness of possibilities–is the answer. But also, without faith in that vision, the people still perish. So my daily problem seems to be: First the vision. Next, impregnable faith in that vision.

This begs two questions. What will the vision look like? And, how to I kindle the mustard seed of faith necessary to ignite that vision with passionate meaning and purpose?

What is my ultimate vision? What is my legacy to be? How do I want people to remember me? The clearer, more vivid, more charged this vision is, the more replete it will fill the emptiness. And if we add this infallible mantra, we can attain, or begin to attain, the consciousness of a victorious life on earth:

“The consciousness of a victorious human life on earth is born of that creature faith which dares to challenge each recurring episode of existence when confronted with the awful spectacle of human limitations, by the unfailing declaration: Even if I cannot do this, there lives in me one who can and will do it, a part of the Father-Absolute of the universe of universes. And that is ‘the victory which overcomes the world, even your faith.’”

The Urantia Book

LARRY MULLINS

June 30, 2009

Your Prison Door is Open

The late Peter Drucker once observed that when the history of this age is written, it will not be wonder-struck by the technology explosion, nor the web, not any on the technical advances so much. What will intrigue the historians of the future will be the fact that for the first time ever in recorded history, large groups of human beings were actually free, and they did not know what to do with their freedom. The prison door is open. But the masses of humanity are afraid to step out the door. Never before has it been possible to actualize your gifts and make them known to the world on a scale that would have been inconceivable a couple of decades ago. We were all born with a unique gift, but most of us have not learned to unwrap it yet. To learn how to unwrap yours check out the free video at http://metavalues.net/video/video2.htm .

June 29, 2009

The killer Paradigm shifts

Several dramatic paradigm shifts were originally proposed by the later work of Abraham Maslow, but have been ignored or discarded by too many modern gurus.
[1]. The first paradigm shift for modern thinkers and leaders is Maslow’s contention that the MetaValues of Integrity, Excellence, and Caring (Truth, Beauty and Goodness) are not relative artifacts, but rather are transcendent realities.
[2]. MetaValues are not learned, they are discovered. MetaValues are latent forces that exist in every normal human being and become activated as individuals reach the preliminary stages of Self-Actualization. Once activated, MetaValues configure the personalities of Self-Actualizers along specific lines. Although driven by the same MetaValue forces, Self Actualizers are immensely diverse in their expression of these intrinsic energies.
[3]. The ideal leadership model can be crafted not by studying individuals who happen to be in leadership roles, but rather by studying Dr. Maslow’s findings about healthy, Self-Actualizing human beings. In these findings he delineated specific MetaValue qualities that appear in virtually all Self-Actualizing individuals. Self-Actualizers are always leaders, but do not always occupy classic roles nor possess impressive titles.
The paramount principle above is the first one, and this principle is the key to Dr. Maslow’s entire conception of MetaValues and metamotivation: MetaValues are not relative, but rather transcendent realities. See www.metavalues.net .

June 24, 2009

“Ask not what the Universe can do for You … Ask what you can do for the Universe.”

“And so my fellow Americans, Ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country.” Fifty years ago John F. Kennedy inspired a nation with those words …

Yet today we are being told that we should ask the Universe for what we want and the power of attraction will bring it to us. Is this really the secret? Or is something missing?
The answer may surprise you.

In the Metavalues Breakthrough, Larry Mullins reveals the ingredient that will revolutionize your life. The MetaValues Breakthrough is unlike any book you have ever read. It is Not science, not religion, not philosophy, not new age …But rather a synthesis of the most powerful ideas of science, religion, and philosophy. In it you will learn the code that truly cracks the riches of the Universe …

“Ask not what the Universe can do for you, Ask what you can do for the Universe.”

We all have a precious gift to give to the Universe. The problem is that most people have not learned to unwrap it. When You Learn how to unwrap your unique gift to the Universe, Everything else will follow. That is the promise of The MetaValues Breakthrough. To learn how to unwrap your unique gift, watch the free videos at www.Metavalues.net

June 16, 2009

Instantly Become a New Person

The second part of the “secret” is a precious attitude that Maslow uncovered in Self-Actualizers: they assume a nonnegotiable responsibility for the inner life experience. Again, most of us don’t have this attitude. For instance, how often do you say things like, “He makes me angry”? How often do you hold resentments about past injustices? How often do you rehash them? What Maslow saw in Self-Actualizers is that they refused to see themselves as victims, regardless of their circumstances. They perceived their lives as their own and understood that, while they did not have absolute control of their fates, they had absolute control over how they felt about their fates. They understood that we cannot control what others may do or say—but we have total control over our attitudes and responses.