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Part III of “Fly as Fast as Thought” #soulflight #whatstrending #selfinquiry #spiritualliving

Last night I watched a documentary on Nova about CYBER AWARENESS and the latest research in keeping people out of your Internet property. The most interesting of the news was how the use of particle physics is now being used to find—what would have taken 10 computer a million years. This research is based on how observing matter actually changes it. Of course, I immediately, thought about how relevant this research is to prove our studies of meditation and the use our own observer mind in matters of changing the course or path in our lives.

Researchers show that 50,- to 70,000 thoughts go through any individual’s mind per day and 35 to 45 thoughts a minute surge through our busy brains. Yesterday, I posed the question: How do we control what comes in and out of our minds in any given minute? The change in the stimulus to the brain comes from two modalities: self-inquiry and meditation, which allows your mind to go from a cognitive, reasoning place (1 + 1 = 2) to a nonreactive place or the creative center of the brain (imagination) we’ll call the Observer Mind. Today, we’ll focus on meditation. Today we focus in on SELF-INQUIRY.

This process is much easier than you would imagine; however, you must be open to researching your own thoughts and their inceptions. For instance, you find yourself thinking about an old song from your childhood. In that moment, you may ask yourself, “What thoughts stimulated my pathway back to the memory of this particular song?” You discover these steps: You talked to an old friend who was with you on the day of your father’s funeral. On the way to the funeral the song played on the radio.

This is the simplest of self-inquiry. The matter of making substantial change in the mind takes actually CONFRONTING your own thought process with reason and UNIVERSAL LAW. Our minds memorize patterns of thought. In so doing, the mind wants to keep up with old patterns. But, once you OBSERVE A PATTERN, it’s likely to have to change.

Let’s try an example: You notice that every time your boyfriend talks about money, you get very anxious; so much so, that you start a fight to combat thinking about it and divert your attention. He points this out to you. You decide whether or not you want to look at this fact and observe it in yourself.

If you do, then the process of change can begin at this point. The next time you begin to talk about money with your boyfriend, you feel your own anxiety. This is the time to begin self-inquiry. Ask yourself: Why am I feeling this way? Where, in my body, do I feel something, and exactly how does it feel? Have I felt this feeling before and when?

All of these questions will hopefully lead you back to the inception of this pattern of thinking. When you discover the pattern, then it is likely possible to change the pattern with some help from a hypnotherapist, a life coach, or a psychologist who has been trained in hypnosis.

The reason why I’m limiting the practitioners to use is because the ones who are trained in changing neural pathway triggers have a special edge in helping your more quickly. If a therapist practices traditional psychology, he or she may not know the ins and outs of helping people change with modalities like EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique), IFS (Internal Family Systems), NLP (Neural Linguistic Programming, Timeline Therapy, and Anchoring.

All of the above modalities can help you make change much quicker than traditional talk therapy. In some cases, with only five sessions, the change needed in the brains processing center could successfully cause a different outcome; whereas, a client may take years in traditional talk therapy to get to the same scenario. If you would like to discuss your own issues with a professional, you can write to me at bosebastian5@gmail.com. I am trained in most of the above modalities, and I’m also a Life Coach. I work with my clients either on the phone or on Skype or Facetime. I’d love to help you out. My fees are generally lower than traditional therapy, as well.

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Your Brain Has No Delete Button!

I’m taking a big, deep breath. I just spent three hours editing a document. After which, I noticed that the table of contents updated itself without my wanting it to. So, I deleted the old table and copied the one I wanted into the document.

I wanted to see if the new, unformatted table would try to update itself, so I saved the document, closed it, and the reopened it again, watching to see if the table updated itself. I was relieved it didn’t. But I didn’t realize the reason it didn’t was because the rest of the document was gone. I discovered that what I saved was only the table of contents. The rest of the document I had been working on all day had inadvertently been deleted. I’m actually not sure how it happened, but now all I have left of the document is the table of contents.

Deep breath. Deeper breath. Still not deep enough. My heart is fluttering.

My entire day of work—lost. Why did that happen?

Well, you know me. I’m not one to think that things don’t happen for a reason. Something was wrong with my intent or the direction of what I had done to the document. Instead of being angry for the loss of work, I should sit still and ask the simple question: What do I need to change about how I approached my work today, so that tomorrow I won’t lose my work again? I might as well get a fresh new look at the project.

In the days of our modern computers, I can’t remember the last time I deleted a document without it being saved. I’m saving documents or auto-saving every few minutes. I have back-ups on the Icloud, back-ups on my computer, back-ups on my phone, and back-ups on my thumb drive. We typically don’t lose work these days.

Is anything really deleted? Is what I did today lost completely? We tend to think that only electronic equipment can save things, but our minds have the capacity to memorize and reorganize at a miraculous rate. I know a woman who must have everything she has ever read stored somewhere in her brain. She knows something—usually more than anyone else in the room—about almost everything you could mention. If she can remember almost everything she sees or reads, then brains must have the capacity to store data just like computers.

For instance, does a day go by when you don’t think about your one true love? Can you remember Christmas when you were ten? Did something special happen in your past that just won’t go away no matter how hard you try?

I have a few clients who come to a hypnotherapist hoping to be able to erase an old relationship. The unfortunate news is—you can’t! You can rewire your mind to think positive thoughts instead of negative ones when you think of that person. But, there is no way that the mind can simply dump memories. That is, unless, you have amnesia. Even then, doctors believe that the memories are still hidden somewhere in your subconscious just waiting for the right stimuli to cause a total recall.

Our brains have no delete button. You can’t go to the right hand corner of your head and tap there, hoping to backspace away what happened in the past. You must cope, deal, and restrategize with the information that is already in your mind, in your DNA, and in your cellular memory. We have no other choice.

Fortunately, there are ways to take old neuro pathways and cause new results! I thank God every day for hypnotherapy, (NLP) NeuroLinguistic Programming and (EMDR) Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing. All of these healing modalities help you rewire the brain. Even pain can greatly diminish with one or more of these treatments. I have felt the change that I speak about and greatly recommend these modalities of therapy. Branches of these therapies also include: Parts therapy, Attachment theory and therapy, and EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique).

Do a search in my blog for any of the above modalities or search Google. If you are having trouble forgetting the past and waste more than ten minutes a day reliving a part of your past, it’s time to try one of the above therapies. You can change your life. The future must be in your hands.

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Bo Sebastian is a Hypnotherapist and Life & Health Coach, available for private sessions to QUIT SMOKING, Lose Weight, New Lap-Band Hypnosis for Weight Loss, CHANGE YOUR MIND, CHANGE YOUR LIFE! at 615-400-2334 or www.bosebastian.com.

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