How Habits, Emotions and Technology Shape our Lives
- Habits are formed through repetition
- Emotions are the product of past experiences and shape our state of being
- People often turn to technology to feel connected but this becomes a routine that limits free will
- We become 95% memorized behaviors by age 35
- Meditation can help slow down brainwaves and access conscious mind
- People wait for crisis or tragedy to make a change, but one can learn and change in joy as well
- Trauma is difficult to get past because highly emotional experiences create long-term memories which shape our neurology and chemistry
- Survival emotions tell us to pay attention to past experiences, leading us to anticipate the worst-case scenario.
Navigating the Path to Positive Change: Rewiring Your Brain to Create Abundance
- The body believes it is living in the same past experience and so when person attempts to make a different choice, it can be uncomfortable
- Feelings of suffering, guilt, and shame may arise
- However, if a person rehearses mentally closing their eyes and imaging they have already achieved success, the brain does not know the difference between what is imaged or experienced in 3D world
- This creates a map to the future where feelings of abundance, empowerment, wholeness, and love can be created without waiting for something outside of one to change their inner state.
Discover the Power of Meditation: A Path to Mental Freedom and Liberation
- Meditation can be used as a tool to help disconnect from one’s environment and break away from the patterns of the past
- By sitting still and focusing on the present moment, individuals are able to train their minds to become greater than their programs
- This leads to an increased mental freedom and liberation of energy, allowing individuals to move beyond emotions that would otherwise keep them in the familiar past.