Sunday, August 23, 2009

There is not enough action available to compensate for misaligned thought There is not enough action available to compensate for misaligned thought. --Abraham-Hicks: Money, and the Law of Attraction I'm a fan of Abraham-Hicks, Byron Katie and Ferris Bueller, the trinity of personal growth in my brain. They each offer their distinct flavor of inspiration and relief and reinvigoration of living for me, and I appreciate the heck out them. I've been noticing a pattern in my thoughts that I'm declaring to ditch, or replace with something else, another kind of pattern that serves me rather than locks in the staleness. That would be misaligned thought, or strands of thought that because they are so practiced, they slip out into the neuropathways unbidden and unwelcome, but oh so familiar. The patterns I want to release to the ethers to be activated no more are reactivity to what others might say or do, judgment of what myself and others might say or do, and the ever popular "oh my god, what would that mean if I actually did that?". I want to make these thought processes conscious and transparent so I can see them for what they are--noise--diffuse the intensity around them, and substitute a different story. This is called the immersion method of transformation. Learning a foreign language in this way reduces the amount of time it takes to actually speak and hear and maybe even write in a lexicon other than your mother tongue. I propose to immerse myself in awareness of what thoughts are running me, cancel and delete them whenever possible, and rewrite my story according to how I want it to be, thus reducing the amount of time I am stuck with what I've manifested thus far. Which isn't all pain and dreariness, I should clarify. I'm just wanting to claim the rest of my birthright. I've...

Deb Schanilec

Connected and Committed relationship transformation strategist.

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