When you keep worrying about old issues, you:
1) Create stress;
2) Lose valuable time by not being present with what needs to be done now;
3) Get stuck in old programs that no longer serve you;
4) Inhibit new ways to resolve issues and create different results.
The mind needs to reset and just like a computer, it can be approached in a few different ways. I attended a lecture where Joe Dispenza from What the Bleep Do We Know gave a fascinating talk. He shared how he broke his back and refused the metal rods the doctors suggested for his recovery. Instead he went home and rebuilt his spine through visualization and slowly applying pressure to his back. It was quite a moving story. This guy walks his talk.
Joe reminded us of how our brains work. He talked about how the firing of synapses in the brain keeps old programs running. Each time an old event is remembered, there are signals sent into our brain chemistry that create distress. What science has found is not only can these signals be increased by our constant revisiting of old issues, but they can also be rerouted into new neural pathways that do not run the previous triggers. This is exciting news! We can actually change how we have processed information in the past and teach our brains to think differently.
I had an incident where my memory continued to revisit old patterns. As I went to sleep I asked for a change. In the morning I awoke and heard a voice in my head that said, “Are you OK now? Is there anything you need? You have always been taken care of, so stop it (worrying) now.”
Everything we need is at arm’s reach if we just take a moment to draw it in. Sometimes the chatter in our minds is so loud, it’s difficult to connect to a new reality. Building new neural nets will start this process.
How to build new neural nets:
- Imagine the electrical firing of your synapses with old patterns.
- See the electrical charge stopping.
- Meditate and visualize new neural pathways being formed.
- Reset your thought process in the frontal lobe of your brain by changing your perspective on past events.
- Get plenty of sleep. Sleep also resets neural pathways. Pay attention to your dreams.
- Experience Deeksah or Oneness Blessing, an energy transfer which can assist to bring new light into the frontal lobe of the brain. (Oneness Blessing will be given at the Healing Exchange on Tuesday, October 14th.)
See what Joe has to say about how he creates a positive day. http://beyondtheordinary.net/wtfdwkevents2.html