REWRITING YOUR MYTH

Written by admin on Thursday, December 4, 2014

This presentation is about rewriting the story of YOU!

Your expectations of where you thought your life would be by now were probably very different from where you actually are. The characters you cast into important  roles in your life story may not be reading the lines, nor performing as you intended.  The spouse you chose years ago may now be a stranger to you.  Your  may look at your adult children and wonder who are these people and why are they calling me mom.  There may have been death or divorce, job loss, friendships gone awry and any number of other incidents which caused your  original script to change, or to be in need of a change.

WE LIVE IN THE CONFINES OF THE CHOICES WE MAKE

But we have the tools we need to make new and better choices.

TO BEGIN THE PROCESS, ANSWER THE FOLLOWING TWENTY QUESTIONS SPONTANEOUSLY AND HONESTLY

  1. List ten things or people whom you think define you.
  2. (Now erase them because nothing nor anyone else defines you and everything on your list could be  taken from you in a heartbeat.)  Without them, who are you?
  3. Write ten things about yourself that you would like the world to know….
  4. personality traits, strengths, weaknesses.  These things will be broadcast into the  Cosmos for eternity.
  5. What is the biggest lie you have told yourself about your life and why it is where it is now… and why you continue there.
  6. Who (your reality) or what has been the biggest block keeping you from living the life you envisioned.
  7. Who do you perceive as being your best friend…and why.  (Not spouse, child or pet, video game or television.
  8. The first five things you would change about your life.
  9. Up to five persons you would remove from an important role in your life.
  10. Up to five persons you would add to your life on a regular basis.
  11. What behavior do you use to numb-down.
  12. What negative event in your childhood have you been holding onto and allowing it to continue to define you.
  13. Reviewing your old Myth, what part of the story no longer works for you.
  14. What aspects of your personality are conditioned reflex.
  15. What masks or behaviors do you wear for others.
  16. Is the majority of your behavior REACTIVE or PROACTIVE.
  17. In what area of your life are you in charge.
  18. When do you feel the most out of control.
  19. If you are not the most important person in your life,  Why.
  20. How long have you held onto the lies.
  21. For what inappropriate behaviors of others do you assusme responsibility.
  22. When and how do you nurture yourself.

THE ACCEPTANCE….. That………….

You are powerful over your situation.

In order to claim your power, you can no longer use your situation as an excuse for any inappropriate behavior towards yourself or others.

Your subconscious mind is a computer which, to this point in your life, has been responding to a program which no longer works for you.

With dedication and hard work, that same computer can receive a new program, one of your conscious choosing, creating a life suitable to your new path.

The SOURCE has given you all that you need to facilitate positive changes in your life.

Your brain has no mind of it’s own and receives everything you allow in through your subconscious mind (which cannot censor or edit) as truth.

Self-forgiveness is vital for self-change.

You have the gift of choice, change, and personal empowerment, and, in effect, ownership of your life.

Change comes when you are in a state of willingness for change, a state of desire for ownership of the condition of your life.

FOR THIS WORK, YOU NEED:

A determination to heal

Self-made, self-hypnosis recording  or an excellent hypnotherapist.

An open mind!!!

ONLY REALITY HEALS THE TORMENTS OF THE IMAGINATION.

RESPONSE TO STIMULI IS CONDITIONED & REACTIVE, NOT CREATIVE.

MISERY is the great reality.  That is why artists seek it.  It is their only reality.  It was

my only reality as a child.  It gave me the only human reality I ever understood.  I

sought it out afterward.  All my friends are poor.  It also has a religious significance.

It represents sacrifice; it is usually the outcome of a choice between artistic and

spiritual  values and the material.  Misery has a spiritual significance.

Anais Nin

THE POWER OF VISUALIZATION: We can regard visualizations as a series of particularly focused thoughts, which means they are bound to have powerful and far-reaching consequences.  Therefore we must be especially prudent and responsible in our visualizations, which are like laser beams that can have a constructive or a destructive effect.  Just as laser beams can remove cataracts or cut through armored cars,  visualizations can literally call things into existence on the subtle planes;  and these creations may be benign or malevolent in their impact, in which case they can cause severe harm to oneself in this and future lives.  They are psychospiritual crystallizations, which have a life of their own and which cannot be simply dispelled.  Once they exist they belong to a person’s karmic baggage and can only be transformed through meritorious action and thought  and action.

EXCEPT FOR CERTAIN MOMENTS, THE PHYSICAL PLACE I OCCUPY  IS LESS IMPORTANT AND LESS INTERESTING THAN THE MENTAL PLACE.

MANY PEOPLE LOSE THE SMALL JOYS, IN HOPE FOR THE BIG HAPPINESS

Pearl S. Buck

There are people who speak to us and we do not listen to them;  there are people who hurt us and they do not leave a scar, but there are people who simply appear in our life and they mark us forever.

Cecilia Meireles

LOVE IS THE BEST MUSIC IN THE SCORE OF LIFE.  WITHOUT IT, ONE WOULD FOREVER BE OUT OF TUNE IN THE IMMENSE CHOIR OF HUMANITY.

Rogue Schneider

And, once again, from your teacher…

HOPE IS NOT A PLAN!

Bette Epstein