Takeaway Tuesday- Are you acting or directing?
Our lives feel pretty darn real. Our conscious mind narrates the whole story to us.
When things happen, we have a story to tell ourselves… why it happened, who said what, why they said it, and so on and so forth.
If we take a step back from our story line, we can realize that our story is based on our perception of past experiences. It’s just a story. The story we are telling ourselves.
If someone else experienced the exact same thing, their story would be different based on their experiences and perceptions. Sometimes we hear that we should “put ourselves in the other fellow’s shoes.” We can try to do that, but we can’t truly know how others perceive things, because we see things through our lens of perception, not through theirs.
I was on a webinar this past weekend with Dr. Bruce Lipton, PhD cellular biologist. He challenged us to stop being actors in our own lives, in our own stories and to be directors instead.
What does that mean? Think about going to see a play. Where is the actor? They are on stage, in their lines, in their parts, totally wrapped up in their character. Where is the director? He’s looking at the play with a bird’s eye view.
What needs to change or happen to make the story unfold the way the play is written the director is thinking? It’s a bigger view, a broader perspective.
Bruce challenged us to be directors instead of actors in our own lives. When something happens within or without us, do we go right into the narrative explaining the story of why things are the way they are? Or do we look at the situation and question it and decide how we want to respond to it?
It’s hard to catch yourself and decide how you want to respond before you do, as about 95% of all your responses are automatic subconscious programming. So instead of trying to respond differently, we can help your program a new response into your subconscious. Sounds too good to be true, right?
Bruce has scientifically discovered how we can permanently be the director instead of the actor automatically. He shares that by tapping into the power of the subconscious mind and reprogramming it to see, hear, experience, and manifest anything we want, we can change the story.
We can be the director of our own lives.
At a cellular level, this process literally changes the way the cell reads the signal coming in and changes it’s response to it. Fascinating!
The scientific way to change our perception is to reprogram our subconscious minds to run the thoughts we want to run, instead of the thoughts that are running under the surface about 95% of the time.
Most peoples subconscious thoughts sounds like, I’m not enough, I’m not worthy, I don’t deserve it, etc. Imagine instead if the thoughts running under the surface for you were something like; I am happy, I am worthy, I am healthy, I am successful, I love me, others love me, life is wonderful, I am so grateful for all the abundance I have.
If those are your new automatic thoughts, beliefs or programs that run in your subconscious and shape your life about 95% of the time, can you see why your life would change?
The choice is yours. You can be the actor or the director of your life. Ancient wisdom has told us that and now science proves it, and we at Balanced You™™ have a method to help you reprogram your life. Isn’t it grand!?!
I spent so many years struggling and suffering within myself, but now I’m free. I love being the director of my own life. I love choosing how I want my life to be and then programming it to be that way and watching it unfold.
Would you like to be the director of your life?
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