Category: Inspired Mind Written by Sonia Barrett
Our lives are made of a series of habits, ritualistic behaviors. But it’s not really about avoiding habits it’s about recognizing the nature of the habit and its effect on your life. Is it an ongoing limiting habit? In what ways has this habit created division between progress and stagnation?
These are all questions that we must ask ourselves and let your answers be about you and not about others.
- What would you like to do?
- What changes do you crave and what habits must be changed in order to get there?
- Habits are comfortable and certain but what about new pathways?
These habits have already been stabilized with repetition. You’ve trained your brain this way. From the inception of the habit to its repetition new neural pathways were created so the behavior became your normal.
With this same science one must now create a repetition of ending the cycle of these disabling habits (gradually or drastically stop doing what you’ve been doing) or perhaps give new dimension to the habit. Either way everything about us is changeable. It is also possible for the very structure of the face or body to change according to emotional changes. Everything about our bodies represents some form of internal information.
So as we are reminded of the pliability of life perhaps, we will engage potentials in the field of possibilities and create endlessly new neural pathways.
There is no time like the present so why not begin today! Happy Friday!
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Sonia Barrett is known for her cutting edge insights with much of it supported by quantum physics. Theoretical Physicist Dr. Amit Goswami refers to her as a true mystic. Her work bridges the gap between science and spirituality in a simplified format. She addresses the programming, beliefs and concepts by which we have lived our lives both individually and collectively.
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