Sunday, August 8, 2010

The Laws of FATtraction

What the human mind can conceive and believe the human mind can achieve. --Napolean Hill

Many people find themselves in situations and predicaments that seem to pop up right out of the blue. Sometimes things are getting worse gradually but we do not see any way of improving them. We find ourselves destined or doomed... Fortunately there is hope on the horizon. We inherently know that there has to be a better way. That is why we continue to search for our solutions.

Yet, what brings hope to some does not work for others. We need to find our own solution for our individual situations. As with any system, there are always limitations and individual unique situations that will need further customization. This method can help you find your own solutions.

The obsession with fat and weight management has been growing with each generation. The more attention we give to this area the more attached we become to it. Often times we focus on our problems to find the solutions. One would think that this is a sane and logical approach to problem solving that can be applied to improve our lives.

The question is how much effort or time should we dedicate to solving our life problems? If we don't give enough time or effort, we will not be able to think it through. However, we always run the risk of becoming obsessive or compulsive in our efforts. This will have the opposite effect on our search for solutions.

Our brain is truly amazing! It has the ability to compute faster than any of the most powerful computers in the world. But, as with the any computer, it is only as good as the programming that goes into it. The program that is in our brain is embedded in our subconscious mind. That is the part of our brain that we do not have direct access to. The subconscious mind holds our world together. It communicates with everyone else's subconscious and affects all our interactions.

Any premise that is held in our subconscious will be reinforced through selective observation. Select observation gives us the ability to prove to ourselves that our theories are true. There are so many possibilities and variations in the world that we can confirm our opinions simply by waiting. Eventually, we will come across an event that supports our premise. With this pseudoscientific model, we can prove just about anything to ourselves.

This is why we must be very careful in our beliefs about our situations. If you are happy and satisfied in your world, chances are you will not be motivated to change. If things are not working quite as well as you expected, then it might be time to question your theories.

The one thing that your subconscious and your body is trying to do is to keep you alive, They are always maintaining homeostasis. Homeostasis is the balance that all the organs and systems in your body have to keep within the construct of the premise developed in your subconscious to stay alive. This is so important that I will repeat it again. Homeostasis is the balance that all the organs and systems in your body have to keep within the construct of the premise developed in your subconscious to stay alive.

That is why your mind and body are resistant to any changes! Any time you try to change anything in your life, you are going against some of the most powerful forces in your life. You see, any change will be perceived as a threat by your subconscious and your body. You are always battling against yourself whenever you try to improve in any way.

Once the mind/body knows that it is safe then the changes can be accepted and improvement can occur. Through self awareness, we can better understand what will be accepted and how we can obtain any of our goals.

In our body and nervous system there is a hierarchy of biological events that censor and shape what we can become aware of. All our autonomic functions are occurring automatically without us even knowing or trying. We breathe, drink, eat, digest, and assimilate nutrients to build cells, tissues, and enzymes to run our bodies. Deficiencies in any of these areas will have to be corrected in our choices of what we eat, drink, breathe or absorb through our skin.

Messages from the body reach our awareness through our behaviors. Our behaviors and perceptions are set in motion based on our bodies needs to stay in homeostasis. The body can only respond the situation in the way that it knows. So by analyzing our behaviors we can have some insights to what our body needs.

To identify the problem is half-way to finding the solution. We need to identify the problem in a way that we can actually influence. We could be aware that there is a problem but we cannot access the solution. This creates frustration and that in itself can cause sickness.

Our subconscious is much like the train and our awareness is like the conductor on that train. One day as the conductor we find ourselves on that train speeding along on some tracks. Wondering where we are, where are we going and where have we been? The train has momentum and so does our life.

If the conductor knows how to switch tracks and knows where those tracks go, the train can reach so many different and exciting destinations. As long as the train is well maintained and has enough fuel, it can reach all destinations. The same is true for you and your body. You may have noticed that I have occasionally interchanged body and subconscious. Your awareness is the conductor and your subconscious or body is the train.

If you accept that the body and subconscious are one and the same, it will be much easier to understand some of the most dominant forces of your life. With understanding, you can harness and direct those forces! The physical body represents the subconscious that has formed it. That is the main reason people are unable to make permanent changes in their weight distribution or body composition. That is also the same reason people are unable to make any changes in their socio-economic status.

Yes your subconscious pretext dictates your physical appearance, your income potential and personal value. Being aware of the problem only brings on frustration if you do not have a practical solution. So, what is the solution and how do we go about applying it?

The link between the body/subconscious and conscious awareness is our emotional awareness. Emotions hold the key to accessing the subconscious and achieving permanent and positive changes in our lives. All the decisions in our lives are shaped by our emotional needs. Any emotion that is not addressed or resolved will skew our perceptions of the events in the world around us.

This brings us to the seven deadly emotional sins. The negative emotions in our lives can retard our growth, limit our abilities, and create problems in our lives. The seven deadly emotional sins are grief, frustration, fear, anger, resentment, sadness, and worry.

The following is written in a manner that will produce healing as you read it. It is meant to be read repeatedly on a daily basis to induce the positive and healing effects of your inner mind.

Healing Passage



The ancient study of Oriental Medicine has correlated certain emotional states with decreased function of the internal organs.
The lungs are associated with grief or sorrow. Afflictions of the lungs such as asthma, bronchitis, etc... have an emotional component
that needs to be resolved. The kidneys are associated with fear. Anxiety and terror could also affect the kidneys. Anger can damage the liver
such as in the angry alcoholic. Unexpressed anger becomes harbored as resentment which collects in the gallbladder. Holding on to
bad feelings can cause thickened bile and gallstones. The heart energy is affected by sadness. Worry is associated with the stomach.
This can cause indigestion. heartburn and ulcers. Frustration and the large intestines are correlated in this system.

The seven deadly emotional sins are anger, resentment, fear, worry, frustration, sadness, and grief. The four positive energizers and negativity
neutralizers are joy, safety, expression, and forgiveness.

Worry is just the fear of something that is going to happen or not happen. So you can reposition worry as fear. Anxiety is the nervousness
that is similar to worry and therefore fear. The dissolution of fear is realized by focusing on safety. Through repetition, the mantra of " I am safe"
will eventually reach the subconscious.

The subconscious mind dictates the emotional state and biological tension within our mind and bodies. The subconscious has a guardian or sentinel
that protects it from outside influence. Once the subconscious has accepted a premise, it will always try to create situations and observations that support
the idea. Through repetition, the mantra of " I am safe" will eventually reach the subconscious.

Repeating the mantra " I am safe" will cause it to be accepted by the subconscious mind. Safety neutralizes any of the effects of fear, anxiety, or worry.
as we repeat the mantra " I am safe", our fears, anxieties, and worries disappear.

Anger and resentment hurt the liver and gallbladder respectively. Resentment is bottled up anger that is never expressed. Usually due to the fact
that expressing the anger might make things worse. The only solution is to employ the super neutralizer known as forgiveness. Forgiveness frees the body
to function as designed. " I am forgiving" is the mantra to neutralize anger and resentment.

Reaching for revenge or even justice is what prevents us from getting better. Forgiveness frees the body to function as designed. " I am forgiving" is the
mantra to neutralize anger and resentment.

"I am a safe and forgiving person" is the mantra that neutralizes fear, worry, anger and resentment.

Frustration occurs when we are unable to see all of our options. The choices that we see are not suitable and frustration is the consequence. The large
intestines correspond to frustration. Digestive distress and frustration can be neutralized with expression. " I am an expressive person" is a mantra that can
neutralize frustration.

Options and choices appear limited during times of stress. Frustration can be neutralized with expression. " I am an expressive person" releases frustration.

"I am a safe, forgiving, and expressive person" releases fear, worry, anger, resentment, and frustration. "I am a safe, forgiving, and expressive person."

Sadness affects the heart and grief affects the lungs and they are both neutralized with joy and enjoyment of life. "I have joy in my life" when said repeatedly
will recharge the heart and lungs. Repeating the mantra will eventually pass the subconscious sentry and seep into the reality of your life.

"I am a safe, forgiving, and expressive person that enjoys life" releases fear, worry, anger, resentment, frustration, sadness, and grief.

"I am a safe, forgiving, and expressive person that enjoys life" releases fear, worry, anger, resentment, frustration, sadness, and grief.

"I am a safe, forgiving, and expressive person that enjoys life" releases fear, worry, anger, resentment, frustration, sadness, and grief.




Mo Shouka, DC
http://www.my-chiro.com/

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