Sometimes you just have to turn the page to realize there’s more to your book of life than the page you’re stuck on. Stop being afraid to move on. Close this chapter of hurt, and never re-read it. It’s time to get what your life deserves, and move on from the things that don’t deserve you. Don’t try to fix what’s been broken in your past, let your future create something better. — Trent Shelton, “Breaking Your Own Heart”
We often fixate over what is broken, what hurts. And we go on and on replaying these incidents in our minds. Sometimes as they happened, and sometimes all kinds of made-up conversations where we trump the other person and “show them”. Or we worry over how much worse it can get. And so on. We are very creative in imagining all the bad scenarios – real or imagined.
What we are doing when we fixate on anything with emotion is, we are creating more of what we are giving attention to. Emotions are a powerful tool in manifesting.
Unfortunately we are so obsessed with the negative emotions, that we find ourselves stuck in the same negative situation, or creating more of the same type of situations.
Is that what we really want? No, actually we want just the opposite.
How do we do this? How do we create what we really want?
First, understand you are powerful beyond your current imagination. No, this is not a “feel-good” statement. I am not trying to boost your morale. What I am stating is a fact. You are part of God (or whatever else you want to call that Supreme Creative Force). Whatever you fixate over with great emotion will happen at some time or the other — just because you command it so.
So, won’t it be much wiser if we let go of the old unhappy story, and create a new one by imagining what we DO want?
Do you want to test this out for yourself? Here is a simple experiment by the great teacher — Neville Goddard:
- Every night as you lay in bed to sleep, for 3 consecutive nights, imagine that you are climbing a ladder. See yourself standing in front of the ladder. Hold the imaginary ladder with your left hand first. Then with your right hand. Then put your left foot on the first step. Push yourself up. Then put your right foot on the next….and so on till you get to the top. Then step by step come down. Then go up again. Do this till you fall asleep. Don’t imagine or think of anything else.
- Next morning write down in every possible place so you will see it again and again throughout the day, “I will NOT climb a ladder”.
- Do this for 3 consecutive days. Then let go.
- Wait for a few days, weeks, and then see if a situation is created when you have to climb the ladder. 😀
What we think about, what we feel before we sleep is very powerful. And yet, that is the time most of us think of the most dreadful things.
Here is a great video to understand this further. Watch it completely. It might change your life:
If you are like me, and love reading, read this book: “Feeling Is The Secret” by Neville Goddard that explains this principle and much more. It is a truly useful
book, and will change the way you think. It will change the way you operate in this world. :