If you’re to live your life with the power of your original nature, you must first set the tone right. “I am The Maestro, when it comes to me and my world.” That is the only tone to set. It is the right tone.
Until you make it clear to yourself that no one can conduct the affairs of your mind or orchestrate the unfolding of your life rightly, except you – you will find yourself being influenced by bullies in the world. If you do not believe you are “The Maestro” when it comes to you, when it comes to your life, then you shall continually fall back to thinking and doing that which you later regret.
The truly necessary and vital fact to remember is that you are here on this planet to conduct your affairs and orchestrate your life. Let no one else do that for you. No one, no one, no one.
“I AM The Maestro.” Say it proudly. Say it with grace. Say it with dignity. And most of all, say it as though you mean it.
“I AM the maestro.” Declare it with purpose. You are creating new space for possibility to show up. You are creating a clearing for freedom of fresh, new action from the deep within you. Don’t declare that you’re the maestro to your friends or to your family or to the world. The declaration is for you. You are “The Maestro.” Never ever forget that!
How would you feel if you were now the person you would love to be? Well, it is a possibility. However, “that you” can only shine through you when you accept the role of maestro so you can conduct yourself accordingly. Understanding your inner strengths and talents is the answer to a great life, and one such inner strength to know is that you are “The Maestro.”
You think as you think and you feel as you feel and you act as you act and respond to life as you respond to life and react to circumstances as you react to circumstances because of the opinions that you hold as true about you. The secret is out. Now you know the truth – you are The Maestro. That knowing is an inner strength that can perform miracles in your life if you take the role seriously.
Be very observant of how you think differently when you think from the role, “I AM THE MAESTRO, WHEN IT COMES TO MY LIFE AND ME.” If one person can know this, so can you. Who has known this and shown this? Anyone who lives his or her life as he or she wants it to be. Steve jobs considered himself to be a maestro, as did JFK and Helen Keller. They are no different than you or me, except they declared to themselves that they were maestros, and now they are remembered down through history.