Many people throughout the ages are considered visionaries because they knew how to manifest their deep desires and intentions through the power of the mind. They simply see in their mind, through the eye of faith, what others cannot.
Use The Power of The Mind
To Manifest The Impossible
Visionaries view the impossible as possible. These grand leaders are simply people who have learned how to utilize the power of the mind to their benefit. They have learned how to manifest the intent of their heart for the benefit of other people. One such visionary was Ronald Reagan, the 40th President of the United States.
Ronald Reagan understood the awesome power of the mind and visualization and used it throughout his presidency. It was one of his defining qualities. Reagan knew how to manifest what no one thought was possible.
In 1961 when I was only 3 years old the Berlin wall was constructed.
This wall, between freedom and tyranny, became symbolic of Soviet oppression.
On one side existed the happy, hopeful, vibrant, prosperous people of West Berlin. On the other side existed the downtrodden, hopeless, oppressed miserable, people of East Berlin. The differences between freedom and oppression were never more stark as demonstrated in this once unified city.
The Power of the Mind of Ronald Reagan
Showed Us How to Manifest a Grand Dream
U.S. President Ronald Reagan understood how to manifest the American dream to the world. He knew that America was a beacon of liberty to people all over the world – people who wanted to immigrate to America where they could live the American dream.
The American flag symbolizes to all nations a system of justice and liberty that allows anyone the opportunity to realize their individual dreams and destinies.
Nations all over the world, look to America as a pattern for establishing the principles of freedoms in their own countries. Reagan’s vision of America and his power of the mind to showcase America as a city on a hill is undeniable.
President Reagan recognized that in every man, woman and child exists the longing to be free. As an inalienable right, God instilled within us the “desire” to be free and the desire to abide by the dictates of our own conscience. Reagan also understood that America played a key role in extending that hope to other nations – especially the oppressed nations of the Soviet Union.
The World Learned How to Manifest the Dream of Freedom
So in 1987, when an opportunity to speak to a crowd of West Berliners staged in front of the Berlin wall occurred, Reagan took that opportunity to do what no president has ever done before. Against the advice of his speechwriters, Reagan used the power of the mind – his vision of world freedom – and included that vision in his speech.
He use very carefully selected words to paint a mental picture in the minds of all who would hear his words. Reagan wrote into this very important speech a key phrase that his editors kept removing. Each time Reagan reviewed the edits, he reinserted the phrase. His advisers became alarmed. They thought Reagan would be foolish to include such incendiary language in his speech.
But Reagan had in mind a powerful dream.. Through the power of the mind to visualize what could be, Reagan could see the realization of his heart’s desire.
He foresaw a unified Berlin and a reunion of two Germanys. He could no longer see a people divided by the wall of oppression. But how to manifest anything as bold as uniting the East and the West in the hearts and minds of the German people weighed heavy on Reagan’s heart.Great visionaries know how to manifest grand dreams by using the power of the mind to envision and manifest their dreams when others cannot. Click To Tweet
His deepest desire was to see, not only the demise of the Berlin Wall, but with it, the collapse of the tyrannical ideology behind the wall. And thereby the peoples of East and West Berlin and both Germanys would, once again, embrace each other in freedom and unity.
The Power of The Mind
and How To Manifest A Miracle
On June 12, 1987, the President of the United States Ronald Reagan stood at the Brandenburg Gate to give the now famous speech at the commemoration of the 750th anniversary of the city of Berlin. In this speech Ronald Reagan used vision and the power of the mind along with just 6 words to show the world and Mikhail Gorbachev how to manifest a miracle.
In that legendary speech, President Reagan communicated to the General Secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, Mikhail Gorbachev, the deepest longings of his heart for freedom for an oppressed people.
Ronald Reagan showed us all how to manifest the desires of our heart. Using the power of the mind to visualize an impossible dream, he bravely and firmly challenged the powers that were with the now famous words, “Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall!”
It was like the shot heard ’round the world. Few times in history have the actions of one man changed the world so much.
In those 6 words, Reagan changed us all forever. In those 6 words, the idea of the American dream was successfully communicated to every nation of the Soviet bloc and the entire world and the results were monumental.
Reagan completed his presidency in January of 1989. Later that same year, East Germany opened the Brandenburg gate to unrestricted passage into West Germany and in November of 1989 the Berlin Wall came down. By October 3, 1990, the official date of German reunification, the Berlin wall existed no more. (Except for a few small sections for the purpose of memorials.)
“Mr. Gorbachev, Tear Down This Wall”
Reagan clearly understood what the end result of his challenge to Mr. Gorbachev would be. He knew the wall would come down. In that same speech he foretold, “…this wall will fall. For it cannot withstand faith; it cannot withstand truth. The wall cannot withstand freedom.” Clearly the wall could not stand the force of a visionary like Reagan.
In 1991, the Soviet Union was dissolved and Boris Yeltsin became Russia’s first freely elected president. This all came about through the power of a visionary mind that knew how to manifest deep intentions. Through the leadership of President Ronald Reagan and six strategically placed words – “Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall” – we freed so many and gave hope to the world.
Miracles can occur when the emotion of our heart’s desire is coupled with the power of the mind, vision and courage to believe in a dream. Jesus said faith can remove mountains and Reagan proved it can tear down walls.
Ronald Reagan had a clear vision of his heart’s desire – uniting East and West Berlin. He focused the power of his mind’s eye to envisioned the impossible.
Yes, Reagan knew how to manifest anything – even the impossible – if one truly believes. Faith is an overpowering belief sufficient to visualize big dreams and to motivate one to take massive action.
I’ve experienced the process and power of the mind to manifest dreams in my own life. It is a powerful force that can change your life. To gain additional insight, you can read about my personal experience into visualization.
Before you can manifest the impossible, you must believe in your own capabilities. You have divine abilities, talents and traits unlike anyone else. No one is like you. And no one can do what you can do. You have to believe in yourself and your ability to succeed.
Once you believe, then you will know how to manifest anything by harnessing the power of the mind to visualize and pursue the impossible. With great faith in your dreams, the possibilities are endless. That’s the power of the mind to manifest how you will live your American dream.
~ Chuck Gray
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