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My question for you is:

Would you rather live a ‘normal’ life or dance in the world of
impossibility becoming reality?

You see, the world is more than it appears. Your brain can be used in ways you’ve probably never discovered. ‘Vision’ – as you know it – is a fraction of what you get to ‘see’ when you learn to ‘look’ a bit differently and see the invisible. Touch is not only what is within arm’s reach, but also relates to anyone or anything we’ve been within close proximity to in our entire lives.

This means if you are within approximately 6 feet of someone right now, you are interacting with them on a cellular level, and so you will be able to reach out and ‘touch’ them from a distance for the rest of your life. Imagine the implications walking through Times Square in New York, or through an airport, train station, or other public place with thousands of people.

In Quantum Physics, the relationship you have with someone with whom you’ve been in contact is called ‘entanglement’, suggesting your cells will respond to their cells for life once they interact for the first time. When we add ‘intention’ to this knowledge, this means we can think about someone – like massaging them, caressing their back, or giving them a hug – and expect a cellular response on the other side, no matter if she is on the moon, in another country, or on the other side of the phone.

Once upon a time, it was ‘impossible’ that Santa Clause was fake. Once upon a time, the Easter Bunny was real, and it was impossible your parents set the whole thing up. Once upon a time, it was impossible to land on the moon, fly a giant piece of metal in the sky, send an email, fax, or even make a phone call. Artificial light was once thought impossible.

And on each occasion that we prove the ‘impossible’ possible, we learn to expand our boundaries. So, today, I propose we remove them; I propose we remove boundaries altogether and then see if we have any need to replace some.

Today’s thought exercise:

In a world where your imagination is real – and the only thing that is impossible is believing something is impossible – what will you create? What will you daydream about? And if your imagination is so important – because it’s constantly creating your reality – how cognizant will you be of your thoughts, beliefs, and internal dialogue?

Sent to you with love, honor, and in service,


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Dr. Kareem Samhouri

Dr. Kareem Samhour is known as (perhaps) the best Doctor of Physical Therapy & Kinesiologist on the internet. People come to him for results when other methods fail, injury gets in the way, or health situation is more complicated. Dr. Kareem Samhouri exercising In fact, he and his companies reach a combined total of 1.5 MILLION people on a daily basis to help them with their health. If you ever saw Dr. Kareem on the street and mentioned something was going on with your health, however, he would volunteer and offer to help you for free... that's the Dr. Kareem way.

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