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I Want This To Stop!

Most people have NO IDEA of all the parroting thoughts called loops that replay for us from our mind-computer. We simply follow and believe what our mind tells us is right. Our energy system then responds relationally, emotionally, with more thoughts and a corresponding attitude! Which can leave us feeling pain, confusion, and stuck energy.

STOP. Are any of these "thoughts" real for you? Do you believe everything you think and hear? Pause. Receive a breath here, please.

What if we could slow our minds down enough to take the time to witness each of our ideas and ask it: Is this really true for me, now? Is this idea mine, or does it belong to someone else, like my mother, partner, or friend? Pause. Receive a breath here, please. What is your truth, who's this thought really?

If it is not yours, please feel free to give it back to whom it belongs in your imagination. Then write down what is right for you. Keep that as a resource for the future.

Looping thoughts imprinted upon us through our developmental years can be challenging to see, love up, unwind, and mature. However, it can be done! It takes the development of new conscious patterns.

Many spend a great deal of time and effort going down someone else's rabbit-hole by submission and thought-LESS-NESS. What if we simply stopped what we were doing long enough to observe, relate to, and question the thoughts we have?

Warning: Be ready to get lost within and possibly get overwhelmed at times at a range of visceral experiences while exploring "the Autonomous Self"; to move through and past insecurities, fear, and discomfort held within behaviors and old patterned thoughts from wherever you are. The guidance to give yourself; "I can witness, honor, and be with my experience, without judgment, knowing this energy wave will pass." That is the unwinding energy game!

What created this irrelevance of "the individual creator within?" As babies and children, we saw and felt the future; we knew the creative force within us. Yet, no one around us spoke about exploring the senses and energies within and around us. Instead, the world taught us to place our attention outside of ourselves and put others' ideas and priorities above our own. That created systemic disorientation, and we became lost within ourselves.