Changing into better versions of ourselves.
It is something we are continually doing regardless of whether we notice it or not.
That is just how life moves.
How have you embraced the change? Are you able to move with your inner flow when it brings you at the threshold of the next step in your journey?
Do you feel the next step coming from afar? Can you fully step into it when you sense your body naturally moving you in the direction of freedom and excitement?
Are you listening to what is arising from within you? Are you running along with it? Are you keeping up? Keeping the momentum going, staying afloat and not letting yourself sink because you failed to take action when the action was beckoning you.
You can welcome change!
Changes happening right now are pushing everyone to go through the process of learning, unlearning and relearning regardless of whether we are ready or not.
Where in your life are you not letting go of the old ways of
living by learning and embracing something new? Something completely different
from everything you did before?
It is because we need a continual input of new energy that this statement is true: if you keep doing what you have always been doing, you will get the results you have always had.
The brain needs fresh and clean nourishment.
Do you notice when you stop yourself from engaging with the movement and energy of change that naturally arrives in your life?
Do you notice when you pull back out of fear? When you decide not to move on, and instead you settle into the comfort of the familiar?
Why do we resist change?
You think you are safe, but you are just not growing.
Stagnation is not an uncomfortable feeling; it is a comfortable, cosy, sleepy and familiar feeling that has a sense of safety.
You feel comfortable with where you are at now because your brain is refusing to do anything new.
After all, it needs a lot of energy to do and learn new things, and it prefers not to spend any energy at all. It is an evolutionary survival mechanism that your brain is programmed with - save as much energy as you can because you never know when you are going to need it next.
Luckily we no longer need to hunt to survive, and we are not hunted either, but our archaic brain runs on thousands of years old programming and until you use your will to change that nothing new is going to happen.
The only time the brain does not need a lot of energy is if you are doing habitual things.
You see, the brain loves automating everything. In fact, it needs to automate things you are doing, thoughts you are thinking (turning them into automatic/default/unconscious believes) and so on.
Once it automates, it does not need to think about it or use any energy to run that automation. Automating it also makes it unconscious or semiconscious.
That is how it manages to do millions of functions every second. When behaviour or thinking is automatic, it uses no energy, or it uses so little, it is no effort at all.
How can we help the brain create a new habit?
The brain resists doing something new because it will need a massive amount of energy to run all the necessary functions that go with installing a new cognitive programme.
And to make it permanent, meaning to automate it, it will require you to keep doing that new action or thinking that new thought over and over again.
When it becomes automatic, that behaviour or attitude become second nature to you.
You keep doing it without thinking much about how to do it.
Remember when you started meditating, what did that feel like in the beginning? And what was it like after about a month or two of consistent practice? If done right, it was much easier.
How about running? Exercising? Or, any other activity?
Do you remember how long it took you to change a painful belief?
How long does it take to make a change?
The 21 days process has become all hype because the scientists say that when you commit, it takes 21 days to create a new habit and to build new neural pathways for automation.
For most of us, it takes longer. One study found that building a new habit can take anything from 18 to 254 days, and it does not matter if you mess up now and then because it is not an all-or-nothing process.
With Sekhem and Reiki attunement and re-attunements it is easier and faster.
After an attunement, focus your intention on what you want to change, on how you want it to be.
You have 21 days of intense energetic surge flowing through your nervous and endocrine system after the attunement, to use any way you want.
Give yourself healing daily.
Your brain, cells and your nervous system love and need energy.
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