I’m sorry, the world is your what now?

I’m sorry, the world is your what now?

It’s a strange expression, ‘the world is your oyster’. I think I get the sediment.

Uh, sentiment.

Because the world can seem like a tough, brittle place, but inside is an allegedly delicious sea creature.

Or maybe the world takes an irrelevant speck of sand and turns it into a beautiful pearl.

Either way, I’m not sure I agree.

Although that’s nice and all, it also misses the point.

Because the world can take anything, not just a bit of grit. It can take a natural resource, an idea, a tragedy, a community and work with that.

And it can turn those into anything – not just pearls.

Something beautiful, sure.

Or something inspiring.

Or something useful – maybe even lifesaving.

The point is the world isn’t your oyster. No, it’s your molecular dissembler. It can handle anything you give it.

And there’s nothing special about the world.

Because there is something special about it.

It’s made of people – people like you.

So if the world can transform anything into anything, then so can you. Your brain, after all, has hundreds of billions of neurons. Each neuron can have several, even dozens of connections or more. It’s a web of complexity much more intricate than a mere planetary civilisation.

When someone tells you the world is your oyster, you can take it or leave it. Because who cares about worlds and pearls when you have you?

And as transcendent as you are, there’s always room for improvement.

Luckily, personal growth doesn’t have to be hard.

In fact, it can be as easy as dozing.

That’s the great thing about hypnotic guided meditations. All you need is to sit back, listen and let the changes unfold within you.

What change do you want today?

Deep relaxation.



Clarity and creativity.

All of that, and more, are waiting for you to begin.

So begin because it’s never too early to start growing:


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