chaos order creation
Do you know someone who continues to have the same type of negative experiences in their life, over and over? Do you know someone who continues to attract the same kind of negative dating partner, relationship after relationship?
On the flip side, do you know someone who seems to move effortlessly through life? Someone whose relationships thrive? Someone who seems to “have it all together?”
Why such differences? It’s called vibration. Dr. Lipton gives a great explanation of vibration in the following video. Watch at least the first 3 minutes!
Not getting the results you want? Try these 3 things to raise your vibration. Doing at least one of them every day will raise your vibration and help you get the results you want. Doing them in conjunction with becoming very conscious of why you show up the way you do will open doors of healing.
make a list of 5 things you are grateful for
go outside; take a walk
listen to an inspirational song
Dr. Lipton’s book, The Biology of Belief, is one of the first books I read in my journey to understanding mental wellness. Why does his understanding and teaching matter?
Because knowing that we have power to change how we are showing up in our life is freedom! It removes any victim mentality. It puts us in the seat of being the creator of our life dreams and desires.
Repetition is something I use every day to reprogram my subconscious. I create affirmations of the truth about how I want to show up; many are based on WBLs I complete. I have a story about what I want to create. I listen to them on the ThinkUp app every day. It’s as important to me as eating! And the results? Phenomenal!! I could go on and on about the results. Suffice it to say that now 18 months into being very intentional with daily listening, my confidence in who I am, how I get answers, and my ability to CREATE is unstoppable. My desire to live from a space of truth trumps every opposite voice. When a challenge presents itself, I know exactly what to do to work through it instead of pushing it aside because it might cause some pain.
What is one challenge you have right now? How do you want to show up in this challenge? Begin the reprogramming by doing a WBL (Write, Burn & Learn) and creating a statement of truth about how you want to show up. Use ThinkUP to get it into your subconscious mind.
In the world of overcoming addictions, “surrendering” is part of the process of showing up the way a person really wants to. Marianne Williamson suggests that “surrendering” means to give up the beliefs that do not serve us.
This is a profound way to look at what may be feeding chaos in our lives. I find it remarkable that generally speaking, we as human beings are really good at accepting, believing, and acting out negativity…everything from believing we aren’t good enough to get the better job, to get a pay increase, to get out of bed…to believing mental illness is just “our thorn in the flesh” and there isn’t anything to do about overcoming it.
I invite you to get really curious about any beliefs and actions you live out that are keeping you from creating what you really, truly want. I invite you to consider surrendering them. What are the possibilities if you do so?
For me, it was moving into a life without mental illness challenges; it was moving into a life of abundance; it was moving into a life of finding my passion and purpose and beginning to live it; it was moving into a space of learning to honor my children and husband in ways that frees them to live true to them and their progress, not what I think is best for them. It meant moving into a space where showing up in people’s lives isn’t because I want to comfort myself but because I truly see them for who they are. It meant moving into a life where my God is truly first.
What is one belief you can surrender? Replace it with a thought that invites positive creation. Be with this thought. Sit with it. Take it on walks. Invite it over for lunch. Feel it. Let it become one with you. And watch transformation begin…
Last year during June my friend helped me plant some flowers in our rock wall. She took some starts of the soapwort flower from my front yard and planted them right inside the rocks. I diligently watered them. I was very hopeful they would produce beautiful plants this spring. Some of the plants seemed to really begin thriving. Others died off completely. Others straggled along with tiny green leaves that would show up every so often.
I was pretty careful to diligently water the plants. I knew that establishing the plants in the first few months of their lives was super important. And I’m so glad I took the time to water those little guys…because this year the beauty is beyond comprehension!
I’ve been thinking alot about these beautiful flowers and the parallels to life and to my clients. Every one of us starts as a seedling. The potential to blossom, to grow into the purpose and creation we were put here to grow into, is within every human being. Growing from a seedling into the creation of what fuels us as individuals is a beautiful process. It doesn’t happen overnight. As much as I wanted large, beautiful plants growing inside my rock wall the morning after planting the seedlings, I had to wait a season.
Your season is whenever you choose it. Just know that whatever size your seedling is, it is SO worth the time and effort to grow into YOUR desired creation. It is SO worth choosing to rewrite your story, let go of faulty thoughts and programming, honor the needs of your body, and being true to what your spirit is telling you.
The following article, Shirzad Chamine: Five Strategies to Challenge Negative Thoughts, has great insights to take back your power…building mind, body, and spirit strength.