“As you sow in your subconscious mind, so shall you reap in your body and environment.” – Joseph Murphy
I happened to browse some pics of a few family members I hadn’t seen in person in over 3yrs. 3yrs isn’t a long time but it wasn’t long enough not to still recognize a couple facial impressions. As I browsed through the pics and comments I often had to ponder “wow I recognize this face but I don’t know this person, especially, the words they choose to use to describe themselves and how they express their life.”
Their choice of words and body expressions reveal deep, unresolved, identity issues. Sadly, we were led to believe that seeking external factors would ‘cure’ those insecurities but in reality one must know thyself. It’s possible to change one’s perspective; thankfully, that is why your brain is constantly creating new neural pathways.
It dawned on me…
Over the last 3yrs, I’ve changed too. I’ve intentionally wanted to change my mindset. That’s the difference. I physically still look the same (for the most part) with deep blue eyes but my mind is renewed. I still reflect on the external (I still use my sight sense) but I’ve found much greater value in using all 6 senses in a perspective balance.
There are things in life I won’t ever be able to experience as result of biological issues but that’s a valid excuse.
There are too many people out there who choose (make excuses) not to understand how to use the trillion neurotransmitters in their mind in order to expand because it’s easier to look superficial on the surface. However, the words that come out of a person’s mouth or are typed into a social media account reveal the true inner perspective of the heart and thoughts of the mind.
Albert Einstein sought out 3 main things in life: Truth, Goodness and Beauty.