Monday, 17 June 2013
WHAT HAS BECOME HABITUAL
What a person believes, accepts and consents to as truth, becomes descriptive of what they are currently experiencing in their life, good or bad.
Every person has within them the necessary skills, that if fully realized and developed. Will enable them to have control over their own mind. To have control over the thoughts and images they regularly entertain.
For every person has the capacity to control what they think and believe is true of themselves and the world in which they live. Whether in actuality, that truth is a lie, half truth, superstition or prejudice.
As such, every person has the power to be whatever they can imagine themselves to be and every person has the power to experience in life all that which they could ever want to mentally and physically experience.
A person, though, in changing the direction of their path in life, finds that it is not so easy. For people are creatures of habit and they seem to find a measurable amount of comfort and a certain degree of mental security in holding on to what they have already given life to. What they have already accepted and consented to as truth. For it gives them a sense of self. It gives them an identity.
As people find it hard to become free from the things to which they have grown accustomed. A person in changing their fortunes. Needs only to acquire a plan of action that will enable them to effectively create the positive changes they desire to see manifest in their lives.
For a person to just expect their life circumstances and conditions to change without them taking positive, constructive action. Is for them to labour in vain.
True and lasting change requires that a person come into possession of the thoughts, ideas and beliefs of that state of consciousness in which they dream about becoming, so that they can give physical form to the person they truly want to express in this world.
For that which requires a particular set of thoughts, ideas and beliefs to effect its materialization. Cannot materialize without such a particular set of thoughts, ideas and beliefs.
So a person must be in the mental possession of those thoughts, ideas and beliefs of that which they are seeking to become, before they can become it.
The plan of action then is for a person to acquire those characteristics (the thoughts, ideas and beliefs) of their ideal state of being.
In other words. A person must mentally believe, accept and consent to being the person they are seeking to become, before they can become it and a person must see themselves and their world as it would be, if they were already the person with which they are desiring to become.
Every persons life conditions and circumstances are but a reflection of what they have accepted and believed to be true of themselves and their world.
As long as a person continues to live in their present state of awareness. Continues to believe, accept and consent to what they presently think is true. They will be forever bound to the conditions and circumstances of their current life.
If a person is unhappy, restless, sad, poor or in ill health. It is because their present attitudes and beliefs about themselves and their world is preventing them from rising above that state of awareness in which they are presently residing.
Every persons life is playing out in their own mind and as long as a person continues to hold to their present state of consciousness. They will continue to experience those things that they wish to change. The circumstances of their life will remain the same.
The true path of a persons life is to acquire greater knowledge and wisdom through their life experiences. It is for them to grow and consciously become aware that within them lies a higher state of self.
A state of being that is connected to the infinite wisdom and power of the universe. That when found and developed, unfolds within them the secret of all success.
All people dwell within different mental states. Every person views their world differently. Every person lives within their own reality. A person in moving to a higher state of being, first, must become aware of the state they are currently residing in.
A person has to come into conscious awareness of the words, ideas and images that they are inwardly communicating to themselves and then go about changing them. For what a person habitually focuses their attention to, establishes itself as truth.
It is said that " it is not what a person takes in that defiles them, but what comes out of their heart".
For it is what a person believes, accepts and consents to as truth that defines their lives.
So what a person is communicating and visualizing inwardly becomes more important than the outward appearance of things.
When a person begins to pay more attention to their inward mental activity. They then begin to become more aware of the limiting thoughts and images that are controlling their outward experiences. They can then go about changing the way they think and therefore positively influence their outer physical life.
Every person on the planet is rooted in the one true creative source of all things seen and unseen. This infinite and eternal creative energy flows out of each and every person and finds its expression in the world through the thoughts and ideas of a persons own internal thought processes.
A person creates change in their lives by changing their way of thinking. Though a person cannot change their way of thinking unless they change what they believe, accept and consent to as being true of themselves and their world.
For it is the habitual internal whisperings of a persons mind that are manifesting themselves. outwardly as the conditions and circumstances of their life.
Most people resist change. For some strange reason they find comfort in holding on to the negative and unfulfilling moments they have experienced in their lives. They use these events to give credibility to their present thoughts and actions. They use them to justify holding on to their present state of consciousness. Their identity
A person rarely, if ever, looks within themselves. They dwell and focus their attention to the outside world. They believe that it is the thoughts and actions of others that are the root cause of all the conditions and circumstances in their life.
The outside world though, is but the creative expression of what a person has conditioned themselves to believe, accept and consent to as truth. It is a reflection of their own attitudes, beliefs and prejudices.
If a person is serious about change. If they truly desire to rise above their present state of consciousness. To acquire a new reality. Then there is nothing to change but themselves.
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