Sin City Presents Magazine August 2016 Volume 3 Issue 8 - Page 44




I'm in Hell

"Hell happens when the evil of the world exceeds our belief

that we can conquer it." - Divinci's Demons

This might be the first time that I've taken a quote from a TV series, but it had such an impact on me when I heard it, I had to write it down.

I'm sure you know somebody that says, "I'm in Hell". Are they saying it for sympathy or recognition or have they truly fallen so low that they can't see any possible way to get out of their situation? When it is the latter, what can we do about it?

There will always be what people perceive as good and evil or hell in this world. It's all just that, a perception. This is why I am such a huge proponent of The Law of Attraction. I will get to that momentarily, but first, before jumping directly into the fire (no pun intended), a little background on how I got to this point.

I've felt a time or two that there was no way in the world that I could ever change my life, that I was doomed to this existence. So I can speak from experience. It wasn't until I started to retrain my brain to think differently, did this change.

It's hard for people to hear that nothing is impossible if they think that everything is indeed, impossible.

To those people they are just words, quotes out of Chicken Soup for the Soul or some other self help book. To hear those words and have them mean something in your life, you, at first, need to take baby steps. You need to reach out to someone who truly does believe these words. Someone who can help you, guide you to your feet. Eventually little things will start happening around you that prove to you that, in fact, nothing is impossible. It will take belief. And part of the reason it took me so long is because I needed physical proof.

I've never been much of a believer

mainly because I never had belief in myself.

It's the mirror that I've talked about in other blogs. We can't see what we are not, inside. So it's going to take reshaping ourselves inside for the outside to change. It took me going back to my childhood where I would sit in my room for hours alone

David Reed Watson

About David:

David is a former U.S. Marine turned Rocker / Reiki Master. From Theater to Rock Frontman with numerous live shows and recordings under his belt. Currently the lead vocalist for the Bay area band 'Kill Ritual', Lynyrd Skynyrd Tribute 'Sweet Home Alabama' and 'Purple' - A Tribute to Stone Temple Pilots and Scott Weiland here in Las Vegas. David writes inspirational and sometimes unconventional blogs on his website, ‘The Reiki Rocker’ and hopes to inspire and attract other like minded souls, be they Rock Stars or Rock Fans. “The Rock ‘n’ Roll lifestyle isn’t just Sex, Drugs and Rock ‘n’ Roll anymore. To maintain longevity it’s also, meditation, exercise and eating healthy.”

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