Break the habit of being yourself
Do you feel like you’re simply going through the motions, living day to day without passion or excitement? At some point in our lives, most of us have felt unfulfilled, like there is something missing or some greater purpose we have yet to discover.
I spent many years in search of happiness and in search of my life’s purpose. To the outside world, my life looked complete. Even though I had achieved everything I set out to do, I still felt unhappy and unfulfilled.
I knew I had to make a change. It was time to let go of the thoughts holding me back and start to see the possibility and potential in life and the world around me. In order to change, I had to rewire my way of thinking.
So, how do we get past those inner blockages that keep you from reaching your highest potential?
Most of our ideas, thoughts, memories and behavior are the result of a neural network –the various combinations of neurons in our brains, firing in unique sequences. All of this activity in your brain often happens unconsciously and automatically. Over time, your neurons become so hard wired from your way of thinking that you have essentially programmed yourself to react or behave a certain way.
To create change, you need to rewire the circuitry in your brain. This occurs by introducing new ideas, and then strengthening them over time until they eventually become ingrained in your mind.
When you learn or experience something new, neurons join together to build new synaptic connections, which literally rewires you. Through your senses of sight, smell, taste, touch and hearing, you mentally record all the information within the brain’s synaptic wiring. And when you remember something, you maintain or sustain those synaptic connections. Then, that fact or idea gets stored as memory in the brain. This newly learned thought remains there until another experience either strengthens or alters it.
It’s important to understand that knowledge and experience go hand-in-hand. When you acquire knowledge, you are prepared for new experiences. This explains why the interaction between knowledge and experience creates insight and emotional maturity. Your ability to change is based on your ability to learn from experiences and then to adapt or modify your behavior in the future.
Now, keep in mind this is not always a comfortable process. It requires will and determination. To relinquish the old and embrace the new is a big risk. But luckily, your brain is made for it. Your brain is made to keep on learning. And it’s your free will that initiates the process of change.
I’ve developed a course based on the teachings of Dr Joe Dispenza, which uses neuroscience, brain chemistry, biology and genetics to show you what is truly possible. My goal is to teach you how to be free to grow, to be your true self, and free to be happy and fulfilled.
At the Breaking the Habit of Being Yourself corporate workshop, I will help you rewire your way of thinking to create positive, lasting change in your life. Take advantage of our limited time Early Bird Special: $195 per person – a $30 savings off the regular price of $225 per person. Sale ends September 15, 2017!