Expand Your Vision & Watch Magic Enter Your Life

A butterfly can’t see it’s own wings. You have no idea how brilliant you are.

— Eric Edmeades

Imagine you could see every opportunity life offers you — how would your life change? In this 5-minute snippet from Mindvalley’s A-Fest, serial entrepreneur and WildFit Founder, Eric Edmeades, explains how you can ensure that you seize every opportunity.

About The Video


Opportunities are all around us but it can often feel like they’re invisible. So how do we open ourselves up to the amazing opportunities that surround us and obtain the extraordinary life we deserve to have?

We often work hard to achieve success, only to let our opportunities slip away because “it wasn’t the right time” or we didn’t believe in ourselves.

Highlights of this video:

  • How the “Wouldn’t It Be Nice” game can open your eyes to the amazing possibilities in your life;
  • How to take advantage of your dream opportunities;
  • The magic you’ll discover once you see things for what they are — and how to act once you achieve a clear vision.

Watch to hear Eric’s powerful story on overcoming self-imposed limitations and realizing his crazy, wild dreams.


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Eric Edmeades

Eric Edmeades

Eric Edmeades is an accomplished entrepreneur, author and the architect of several highly effective and transformational seminars, workshops and retreats around the world.

Since he cleared up 10 years of chronic symptoms by changing his beliefs about health and food, it’s been his life’s passion to help people wake up to the reality that, in terms of health, they are off course.

His years of research on the “human diet” — the diet that us humans are meant to be on — led him to develop WildFit, a step-by-step system to quickly transition people to this revolutionary way of looking at health and fitness.

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