Prepare For Insight
Insight is the key to everlasting behavior change. Most of us have been led to believe that it’s really hard to change, that it takes effort, hard work, consistency, and motivation. No wonder we stop before we even begin. My suggestion is to read my blog posts for reflection rather for facts. The only facts that I write about are the Three Principles of Mind, Thought and Consciousness.
These are irrefutable facts because they are Principles. Principles exist in the world whether we know about them or not. Take gravity for instance. We all experience the fact that our thinking brings us an experience of life in every moment of our lives. Every human being on planet Earth experiences reality via these Principles. Everything else that I write about is simply from my own experience. It is therefor best to read beyond my words, to read for your own insights; let my words lead you to a place deep inside yourself where your wisdom and common sense reside. Let your wisdom guide you. That wisdom is beyond your words and your thoughts as well.
* These posts are written in a way that enables you to receive insights into your own life. With that said, there is a way to read them that is quieter and reflective, allowing us to absorb them in a new way. Most of us skim articles for facts and look for sound bites to take with us. These posts however, are meant to be read slowly, in order to bring the insights out from inside of you. Once that happens, the useful things you found while reading, will never be lost; because they were and are yours. It might take a few more moments to read and reflect, but you’ll get much more out of in the long run.
* Suggestions to prepare yourself for maximum insights:
- Clear your mind.
- Really clear your mind.
- Pretend you’re from a different planet and you have no idea how things work on planet Earth.
- Get curious.
- Drop into a nice state of mind, devoid of negative thoughts, judgment, etc.
- Read as though you are gently considering what is being said.
- Let go of judgments, comparisons, differences.
- Let your personal thoughts come and go without placing any attention on them.
- Read with a totally open mind.
- Enjoy your ah ha moments.
- Even if you don’t have an ah ha while reading, be open to it happening in the shower, during a drive in the country, or on a walk. We never know when they’ll hit us.
- Relax and enjoy the moment.