Celebrities Talk About How to Expand Your Life

Celebrities Talk About How to Expand Your Life

Dec 19, 2021

If you’re looking for a radical cure for being a victim, then look no further. These forces—other people, situations, or changes of fortune—dominate victims. Because external factors cannot be controlled, it appears easy to absolve yourself of responsibility for the worst aspects of your life. When we refuse to take responsibility for our lives, this becomes like a poisonous seed that grows and multiplies. Zhang Xinyue explores this topic in her book, Create Abundance.

Popular celebrities are opening up more about this topic. The key is to acknowledge that conditions only change when a person stops looking outside and begins to take responsibility for their actions. Once you accept responsibility, you recover control of your life. Simultaneously, you’re stating a straightforward, unavoidable reality.

Who else can your life belong to if it isn’t yours? No one else has the time, money, energy, or love to provide you with what you need. This brings us to the fact that so much of this is simply a state of mind. Abundance is a state of mind. When you accept responsibility, you accept everything as your entire package, both good and bad.

Fortunately, for the most part, the awful has already happened, while the wonderful is ahead in unknown, undiscovered ways. Being accountable is like embarking on your own life path. Below are a few ways to get on this better path.

Take possession of everything in your life. Be self-sufficient.

Remain open to as much input as possible.

Be passionate about your life and the experiences you fill it with.

Don’t shut down the feedback loop with judgment, rigid beliefs, and prejudices.

Don’t censor incoming data through denial.

Examine other points of view as if they were your own.

Create Abundance by Zhang Xinyue includes this tip:

“At this moment we are like doors to each other through which we connect with the essence of life.”