“It’s never too late to change the programming imprinted in childhood, carried in our genes or derived from previous lives; the solution is mindfulness in the present moment.” —Peter Shepherd
The truth is that it is never too late to find your adult true self and align that with the Divine center of who you really are from God’s Design. I know that journey takes a lifetime, but the good news is that you keep growing up and becoming more aware of who you are each day if you choose to stay mindful of the process.
As a therapist, I have daily opportunities to hear story after story of bad news/good news. People often ask how I can listen to client after client dumping their problems on me. Obviously, most people have no clue about what actually goes on in counseling/therapy. I am not a therapist who just listens to problems all day.
My focus is always listening with an ear to hear how the presenting problem can help my client move closer to their true center. Childhood programming is a problem common to all of us. Those imprints need to be examined. The impressions you carry may or may not be true impressions of you and how you see the world. Most often, they are bent to reflect a reaction against how you were raised or a reenactment of how you were raised so you can choose it to be different now that you are grown.
Either one of those programs are going to give you more trouble. Admittedly, they are part of the process, but the only way to cross over into a land of being who you really were designed to be is to find Divine Essence within yourself. My whole blog this year is about awakening and gaining awareness of who you are and how you want to live your life.
Continuing to remain mindful of how you feel moment to moment is not how we typically operate. If you would like to do this or live this way, you owe it to yourself to begin the process now. Staying aware of how you feel in each circumstance takes practice and needs to be followed up by reflection. If you are willing to start small, you will soon hear your inner self, guiding you and the Divine in you will chime in as well. How do you know which is you just wanting what you want and which is Divine? Try not to worry about discerning the difference at first. That is part of the fine-tuning process that only your God of Highest Power can keep revealing. WE don’t know one voice from another. The idea is to keep pushing through voices that are not in our best interest…YOU definitely can tell the difference in them:)
More to come about that next….
See you back in a couple days,