Oh boy, did I enjoy this, I smiled from beginning to end with there were plenty of laughs throughout.
Unlike most of our videos, this one isn’t an inspirational interview of guidance to achieve your dreams, this one is law of attraction in action. No-one can demonstrate more perfectly than the late great man himself just how far believing in yourself can take you.
Some people just seem to be born with that inner light and confidence to not only believe in themselves but to project out to the world their truth way before their truth has materialized. Muhammad Ali has said in other videos that he knew he was going to become the heavy-weight champion of the world, he knew that it was his job to tell the world even before he had the skills to achieve it. This great man shows us that everything begins in the mind, we
Muhammad Ali has said in other videos that he knew he was going to become the heavy-weight champion of the world from a small boy, he knew that it was his job to tell the world even before he had the skills to achieve it. This great man shows us that everything begins in the mind, we conceive of the idea we see it in our mind, we believe in it completely, we act as though it has already come to pass and let the universe move us into the right places to meet the right people so we can take action that will bring our inner dreams to our living reality.
This video is so worth the time to watch it, to see Muhammad’s reaction when his loved ones, people from his childhood and his path to success and fame was wonderful but to see his reaction when Joe Frazier came through the door was priceless. His sparkling eyes, infectious laugh, and child-like excitement keeps you captivated and reminds you that this man really was special and unique, I hope you enjoy this as much as I did.
Muhammad Ali was a living legend until his passing on 3rd June 2016. His death was mourned around the world. This great man was not only three times heavy-weight champion of the world, incredibly funny with his cheeky self-promoting poetry, inspirational with his words and actions but was a humanitarian and activist that passionately tried to raise awareness and create hope and change for Palestinian people, for native Americans nad the people of Afghanistani. He also helped American hostages gain their freedom in Iraq by negotiating with Saddam Hussein, he was a Conscientious Objector to the Vietnam war (for which he received a jail sentence) and helped to raise awareness for the condition that affected him, Parkinson’s disease. These are but a handful of the ways Muhammad tried to help bring healing, peace, and compassion to people and places that were largely being ignored by main-stream media. This great man used his fame to do good in the world and will always be loved and respected.
The great light that shone in Mohammad Ali is in each of us, we just don’t trust it and ourselves enough to let it show. Mr, Ali was an example to us all of what can be achieved when we don’t stand in the way of our own great light.
To letting your great light shine,