A must-watch quick video! This morning I was amused to come across this award-winning short clip that illustrates the experience of the ‘movie in the mind’ which I speak about. This is for most people, a dramatic example of unconsciousness, but the phenomena is exactly the same thing that goes on in your experience in daily life…
[FREE VIDEO] Cindy discusses what causes the spiraling, and shares a Two-Minute Technique to Inner Peace, which gives you fast relief. She also touches on some of the five powers you were born with but
What if you could avoid all misunderstandings? …the current situation is that everyone mind reads, and that is not so much a problem, if you know that everyone mind reads. Then you can do things to avoid misunderstandings…
Her father’s suicide led her on a quest to find an end to suffering, and resulted in her being gifted “mind-blowing” joy and inner peace. She was overwhelmed with gratitude and a desire to share. Now her life’s work is to help others end the stress, anxiety, depression, and drug use before they lead to suicide.
In this free audio, Cindy and the Client discuss: Why Fighting to Feel Good Fails, What to do about troublesome thoughts, Where do thoughts come from? What is “space” around a thought? Not using your power of Interest. A non-relationship to thought, Doing not doing. The effortlessness of Being. Your Power of Discernment. How thoughts downward cycle…and more!
No. Thoughts are powerless, harmless, in and of themselves. Left along they can come and go because they only have a momentary existence, and no reality.
Thoughts are powerless
The brain’s job is to offer you thoughts, as options, not as mandatory, and it does a brilliant job of that, automatically churning out 40,000 thoughts a day, it is said. But you don’t believe them all, nor are you even aware of them all. So thoughts cannot “make” you suffer. Only when you
Stress is not a circumstance
Study finds strong link between strokes, stress
In “Study finds strong link between strokes, stress” in the Ottawa Citizen today, Dr. Michael Hill, co-chair of the Canadian Stroke Congress and Director of the acute stroke unit at Foothills Medical Centre in Calgary, says “Not everyone who has stress has stroke. But is it a contributor? Absolutely.”
This begs the obvious and so perhaps overlooked question:
“What is stress?”
While Hill says “There is no doubt that the things that happen in people’s environment — their life, their ability to manage and interact with their life — results in changes in their biology which puts them potentially at risk.” Here we see that Hill believes, like most people in our society, …