Are you a thinker? A day dreamer? Do you find yourself living mostly in your head? The thing is, we’ve been taught to use our minds as though they are the creation of our life. In actuality, the way I see it, your mind is actually a mechanism for control, not a mechanism for possibilities. It is a mechanism for destroying the possibilities that are greater in our lives, than what our parents had, and what their parents had, and what their parents had.
What you want to realize is, your mind is like a big card catalog. Every experience that it’s had and has judged as OK and acceptable is in there. Now, when you have a new experience or a new possibility that hasn’t already been pre-selected and approved by your mind, it goes: “No. Don’t do it.” So what often happens is that you end up rejecting anything that it hasn’t been cognitively approved.
Do you get what’s happening here? All the possibilities beyond your mind, get rejected instantly and then you have to work to try to bring them into your reality, judging you the whole time for doing them, hoping they work out while thinking that they won’t because your mind has said, “Oh that’s not valuable.”
What if something completely different is possible? What if who you can be is more real than who you think you can’t be? Would you be willing to start creating your life beyond your mind, and instead trusting your awareness?
Read the full article and my 5 Ways to Stop Thinking and Start Living — For You! – featured in Huffington Post.