Being at ease is the natural and easy.
It’s actually hard work to be in a state of un-ease, because being in a state of un-ease is unnatural.
Worse still, staying in un-ease for long enough can lead to dis-ease.
Well, the answer is simple: Stop trying, get your conscious mind out of the way, and trust your unconscious mind to heal you, restore you and enable you to thrive at every level.
You see, at an unconscious level, you know exactly how to thrive - both emotionally and physically. Your unconscious mind, which is the part of you that enables your organs to function without you knowing how, also knows how to clear emotional blocks that keep you stuck in unwanted patterns of behaviour or thinking. And emotional blocks can manifest in our bodies physically, because our body and mind are completely interconnected. Your unconscious mind also knows exactly how to resolve the root cause of all anxiety, unwanted behaviour, feelings, fear or phobia.
Your unconscious mind not only knows exactly how to clear, unblock, heal and restore you at every level – it desperately wants you to do so.
It wants nothing more than for you to be in your natural happy, healthy state of ease.
The only thing getting in the way of your ability to naturally thrive is your conscious mind – it’s what you’ve probably heard me call “brain babble”.
Brain babble will literally hijack you - if you let it.
That voice in your head can literally talk you out of trusting and awakening your unconscious processes which know exactly how to heal and restore you – and thus talking you out of allowing your natural state of ease.
The good news is this truly is easy to fix – provided you want to fix it, and provided you trust the processes required by your unconscious mind.
Hope, faith and trust create the non-resistance required to enable complete health, happiness and wellbeing.
It’s a natural, easy, enjoyable, playful, imaginative process that speaks the language of that unconscious powerful essence within you. The only thing you need to do is get your conscious mind, the words in your head, to step down for a while. They create the barrier to your ability to thrive, serving as a type of roadblock, and when you get them out of the way, incredible change can occur, often instantly and permanently.
Change is an elemental part of life. In fact, without change there is no life. Every minute of every day we experience change simply in order to be alive.
We forget that we can choose the changes we want.
We can choose to change our relationships, our interaction with those around us, our response to the world we live in. We can choose any change we want. And we can create change that facilitates a healthy, happy body and mind.
It’s never too late to change.
I see people in their 70’s feeling like “their true fulfilled self again” after many decades – simply by choosing to change what lies within them.
People often think they’ll be happy when… they lose weight, find a new partner, buy a new house, get a new job, and the list can be endless. The truth lies in the cliché “happiness comes from within”.
Because we are simply energy in a body – which is why when our body dies, it still exists but there is no energy in it – we can change everything in our lives simply by changing our inner energy first. Then, we go out into the world and witness or experience the result of that change – people respond to us differently, and we respond to life and the world we encounter differently.
We change from within first, and then we see evidence of that change manifest around us.
I tell my clients it’s a bit like a sculptor who can see his masterpiece in his own mind, day by day chipping away to create it in reality.
If you’ve been working on this kind of philosophy consciously and found it hasn’t worked for you, don’t despair. You’re not alone.
We cannot resolve issues that are imbedded in our unconscious mind, at a conscious level.
You will need to work with someone who understands the language of the unconscious mind – and how to enable you to “speak it”. Otherwise you could be at risk of going around in circles, sinking deeper and deeper into a babble bath of destructive banter.
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