Stairway To Heaven
So you still have your old record player from high school and decide to put “Stairway To Heaven” by Led Zeppelin on for the 10,000th time.
Ugh! I think I’m going to puke if I hear that song one more time.
Just like your overused and tired record collection, your feelings are rehearsed over and over again and anchor you to the past, according to Dr. Joe Dispenza. The memorized emotions of the past cannot change your future because they focus and play what is, and what has been, as opposed to your new personal reality.
According to Dr. Joe you have to change your personality in order to change your personal reality. The mood that you have held onto, has now turned into your temperament. The bitterness you rehearsed over and over again in your mind, like a bad country song, has now become your personality.
It’s time to throw those records out!
In order to create a new personal reality, spend 20-30 minutes everyday visualizing a greater version of you. Envision how you would think, feel, move, behave and choose if you were a greater version of you. The best time to do this is right before you get out of bed in the morning. Do a short mind movie of how your day would feel if you jumped out of bed as a greater version of you.
Here is a map of how to jump from the old self to the new self:
- Same thoughts to new greater thoughts
- Same feelings to new greater feelings
- Same actions to new greater actions
- Same results to new greater results
If it feels unfamiliar in your new personal reality then you are going in the right direction. Moving from the old self to the new self can feel uncomfortable, but is well worth it. Throwing out that record player and moving to a CD player and then to Pandora or Google Play felt awkward but wonderful, right? Well, it is time to upgrade the software in your mind and your future as well.
Upgrading your mental software through creative visualization for just 20-30 minutes everyday is the best way to throw out your tired songs. Get with the times and put on a fresher and friskier version of YOU, through rehearsing a new you NOW.
Thanks for reading and sharing if you like. Namaste.