Char begins the mind cleansing process. She shares her personal room of fear. She takes you to her island where her room sits on the top of this castle. The most active and consistent thing in your life are your thoughts. They rise when you rise, go where you go, follow you in meetings, on trips, to your family vacations, they are out to dinner with you and your friends. Your thoughts go to bed with you at night. They stay awake while you sleep, waiting for your next move. What is in your room? Join the journey: www.yourhealthyreality.com
What’s in your room?
Your mind has a plan of it’s own. You can’t control it, instead it controls you. You are thinking you should be married by now. You are thinking, you’re not meant to be anything great. You’re thinking if they knew you were abused they would look at you differently.
You’re thinking you came from the poorest neighborhood everyone expects you to fail, so you FAIL.
You’re thinking she’s more successful than me, you’re thinking he will never love someone like me. You see your neighbor’s perfect marriage and you want that marriage. You wonder why isn’t your marriage like that.
The most active and consistent thing in your life are your thoughts.. They are like non-stop . They rise when you rise, go where you go, follow you in meetings, on trips, to family functions, to dinner with friends, to bed. They stay awake while you sleep waiting for your next move. They help you plan your next move.
Your thoughts can be your best friend or your worst enemy. We have internal dialogue with our thoughts, go into debate with our thoughts, and rationalize an entire situation with our thoughts.
Your thoughts will be exactly the same as the day before, until you put the negative ones to sleep. You must lay them to rest.
Here’s what you need to do:
The first step in the mind cleansing process is go where the fear lives. Revisit your past. It’s not the most pleasing part of the process, but it is necessary in order to move forward.
I am about to take you back in time, where the hurt began and where the hurt still lives.
I need to know what’s in your room?