My Internal Library

September 3, 2015 at 1:34 pm Leave a comment

introversion

The experiences of what we think, speak and do today are automatically being recorded and archived in our internal library – the subconscious. Unless we are aware of this process, we have no idea what is being stored in our ‘library’ each day. This ‘library’ then becomes the basis of our future actions and reactions

It is amazing to observe ourselves auto-responding to everyday situations, often realising we have little control over how we react. How often do we find ourselves saying, ‘I didn’t mean to react like that’, I didn’t mean to think like that…it just happened’.

By observing our behaviour and their roots, we will start to understand the deeply held beliefs and perceptions that shapes our actions and therefore our experiences. We can consciously start to unravel the feelings and emotions these experiences trigger within us.

Then there is the opportunity to change. To choose whether we want to hold on to the old ways and continue to move along as we were, or, whether it is time let go of the lies behind be-lie-fs, the blindness behind baseless perceptions and re-invent our internal library – filling it with experiences based on truth.

 

Om Shanti

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