I bet you are chomping at the bit to find out what the golden question is that will change your life. I would be( if I didn’t already know the answer). Doesn’t everyone want to know how to change their life in an instant?
I fully expect that you are going to scroll through the text and see if I have highlighted it, underlined it or italicised it.
Well, don’t bank on finding it so easily. You are going to have to work at decoding it yourself. What I will do for you is pave the way for you to uncover it and teach you some things as you travel. Deal? Deal.
Day in and day out you go through life evaluating things and you don’t even know it. Sounds silly, right? Well, it’s true. You don’t even realize that you are having a constant inner dialogue about EVERYTHING. Why? Because how we think about what we think about is habitual.
You ask yourself questions about everything you think about and you don’t even know it! And ,would you believe that the kind of questions you ask yourself determine the quality of your life? Continue reading
Really? That’s all you have to say? Lie number four focuses on the “easy out” you give yourself when you are asked to explain why something has happened. Even when people are voluntarily in a therapeutic setting, this is the first thing that flies out of their mouth when inquiry occurs about an obstacle. This lie is regurgitated so often and by so many, that saying it somehow becomes acceptable. Kids do it all the time when they don’t want to get in trouble after they have gotten caught for doing something they shouldn’t have. But this lie, as adults use it, isn’t about getting caught; it’s about what you are willing to do to uncover what lies beneath and defines how willing you are to be honest with yourself. Check out lie number four. Continue reading
Whether you know this or not, you will ask yourself, “Who do I think I am?” hundreds of times throughout your life. Why? Because everything that happens to you, bounces off the foundational concept of self in relation to the world. Continue reading