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Stuck in your thinking?

The holidays are almost over, with the new year quickly approaching. Are the thoughts you keep thinking working for you, or against you? I know I catch myself especially in the morning, telling stories I don’t like and then telling myself to be quiet…and fast!
Our brain is trained to believe our own BS, and those thoughts look very real. I remember believing I was stuck,

believing I couldn’t get out from under, believing all the barriers I placed around me were ironclad, and unmovable. I thought I knew how the world worked, but I really didn’t. I thought I was at the mercy of my circumstances, even though I had an understanding of forgiveness and acceptance and my power as a creator, I still didn’t get the missing link. I wasn’t aware that being stuck was an illusion. Until one day, I did. And that was the moment I broke free (in a sense), and my world around me began to change. Why? Because I changed. I stopped believing the illusion and started seeing what was possible when I looked at my situation with fresh eyes. I was on the ground floor, and when I let the elevator take me up a few flights, and then a few flights more, the bigger picture became clear. The only stuckness was in my mind.
Here’s just a few things I have learned:

1) Don’t take life too seriously.

2) There’s always a way out or a way in.

3) Change is always available, and it’s up to us.

It’s not in the doing, it’s in the being.

It’s up to us doesn’t mean it’s our job to change the world, it does mean it’s up to us to change our thinking about the world. It’s up to us to understand how the mind works, which is our greatest fundamental gift we use every day, and most of us use it to our detriment, rather than to our advantage.
There are three fundamental principles that create our every experience in life.

“These principles explain that thought, not external factors, creates our experience; that consciousness makes that experience real to us; and that every person possesses innate resilience, or the capacity for new thought, through the in-built intelligence of the mind.” – Mara Gleason

It seems to me that this is a game-changer. We are passionate about what is true. SO much so, that not only is it our calling, but our love and joy to share it with you.

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