Here’s a concept to consider:
Everything that surrounds you is an extension of you. Your mate, children, home, furniture, car, pets, yard, office, and career are all physical expressions of your belief system and attitudes. Your environment is a manifestation of your energy and core beliefs, expressing your self-image and cultural overview.
And what mind has created, mind can change.
Change begins with the acceptance of new beliefs. Beliefs generate your thoughts and emotions, which create your experiences. If you aren’t happy with your current life and want to change it, you need to change your core beliefs about allowing yourself to experience what you desire.
Your disharmonious beliefs are like a cage, restricting your potential and your life. But if you want to escape from the cage, you must first recognize that it exists and you’re not free. YOU CANNOT CHANGE WHAT YOU DO NOT RECOGNIZE.
Sadly, most people are unaware they exist in a self-created prison.
What can you learn about yourself by examining your key life areas as an extension of you-- a manifestation of your energy and core beliefs:
Let’s say, as an example, your yard and office are a mess. This may be a manifestation of a lack of control in your life. You would be served by cleaning up these areas as first steps of taking control of your life. Explore how this lack of control is reflected other areas. What do you want? Begin mind programming with techniques that follow in the next example.
If your primary relationship no longer reflects who are, explore your part in creating the way it is. Who have you become? Then consider what you desire to happen--be honest. Once you have clarity of intent, you can begin to program new beliefs in keeping with your desires.
Programming: Behavior wags the tail of feelings, so act in keeping with your desires and new feelings will follow. Visualize what you desire as if it were already so. Create vivid mental movies in which you’re living the life you desire you to live. Leave personalities out of the visualizations. If you visualize your mate doing something you want them to do, but it isn’t in keeping with who they are, you’re using black power and creating karma. Instead, visualize yourself living the life you desire with a loving (faceless) spouse. That way, if it’s your karma to bond with someone new, you’re not programming yourself into a corner.
Also, in meditation or self-hypnosis, give yourself positive suggestions worded as if what you desire were already accomplished. Self-talk--positive affirmations spoken out loud while you’re driving or home alone, is also powerful programming.
Use Dick Sutphen mind programming CDs. (You could have predicted that.)