Today we are interviewing Sedat Seals, a poet and metaphycist about how he was able to change his life and turn it around by understanding that everything starts with him and his thoughts. This what Sedat has to say about himself: I have always had an interest in art and writing but never liked to write. I always liked to read since I was a kid. Starting with fitness and nutrition I learned how to shape my body to what I wanted and also about the principles of nutrition in regards to fitness. This eventually lead me into an interest in health overall. Somewhere along the line I got involved with a situation that opened me more to the negative things that began a downward spiral in my life. I was subject to a loss of thousands of dollars over the course of about a year, in 2004. I then had to face problems involving my direct associations with people that. I felt like there was a curse on me due to the repetitive consecutive streaks of what some call bad luck. This involved theft of what I considered large sums of money on multiple occasions, my car being stripped in the parking lot, the death of my best friend in 2005, illness that I had to abruptly face myself, and other circumstantial hardships that I was not at all prepared to face. During the course of all the stress I ended up in the mindset of needing answers and was facing desperation for them. I learned about the mind and its influence on our circumstances and lives, the effects of certain associations that we have with others and our environments and the effects we have on ourselves in reference to thoughts and emotions. I began to realize that the interests and the ideas that I would come up with because of what I came across would then somehow attract to me other things which were much different but still corresponded with the previous things I had realized. I developed a holistic perspective of practically everything that I would come across.
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