Pay attention to the reactions you’re generating inside yourself as a response to the world around you. You’ll always be able to tell whether or not you’re maintaining power and flow by the reactions forming within you moment to moment. If you’re not feeling elevated, inspired, energized, take notice and shift your mind gears where you need to. A simple focus on gratitude or the things you love in your life will have you back in flow in no time.
It’s your own angle of observation that determines what you think you see. Your experience of reality is solely encompassed in your angle of observation. Change your angle and you’ll notice something different. Reality is as flexible as the perspectives you step into.
Remind yourself, the electromagnetic energy of the heart is many times stronger than the EMF of the brain-mind. What you feel matters. What you feel in your heart and express or extend outward has more power. Where you’re feeling resistance, where you’re feeling tension, where you’re feeling closed off, is where you want to open your heart more. Press the pause button. Take a moment to notice. Open your heart. from Be Love by Kidest OM http://ift.tt/1geVrgM
Before you even interact with a “problem” you first define this otherwise neutral event as a problem. You’re creating the very relationships you react to in your own field of perception. Recognize the ways in which you set up and bind potential patterns into definitiveness with the way you label, confine, and interact with them. The patterns of your life are much more malleable and flexible than your definitions of “problems” and “issues” allow. You are always in the creative seat of your life.
“Language shapes our behavior and each word we use is imbued with multitudes of personal meaning. The right words spoken in the right way can bring us love, money and respect, while the wrong words—or even the right words spoken in the wrong way—can lead to a country to war. We must carefully orchestrate our speech if we want to achieve our goals and bring our dreams to fruition.”
—Dr. Andrew Newberg, Words Can Change Your Brain
Pay attention to your narrative as it relates to time. The abundance of time or the scarcity of time is something that you project and put before yourself. You cannot practice a mantra of “I never have enough time” and live a life where you have all the time in the world to do all that you desire to do. Notice the very perceptual standard you are setting for yourself moment after moment. The story you tell yourself and perpetuate through unchecked internal mind chatter, is the story you make real for yourself in your world.
Where are you putting things off for “later”? The only time and the only place, to start moving toward the outcomes you desire, is Here and Now. Take that first step now. Make that decision now. Take action now.