What You Think You Become


Did you know the first seven years of your life are encrypted on the hard drive of your soul? Yes, scientists say that 95% of what shows up in your life is from your subconscious mind, which is downloaded from your family of origin and your environment in the first seven years of your life.

Then for the rest of your ongoing decades you work (hopefully) on deprogramming the bugs inherited from your ancestors and relatives that no longer serve you. While spending years decoding these pesky patterns you eventually discover the real you instead of a carbon copy of those people who raised you.

Not sure why our Creator has created this conundrum, but in future blogs some investigations will take place.

How do we decode our subconscious mind and create an authentic expression of who we are without being victims of the first seven years of our lives? Well, the biggest way to do this is through hypnosis, visualization, mindfulness and choosing to repeat new thoughts and new feelings through conscious awareness.

Here is a game you can begin to play today that will download a new reality taking you from the old familiar patterns to new unfamiliar software. Imagine YOU are the main actor in a new blockbuster movie and you are studying the lines, accent, gestures, walk and emotional quality of the person you wish to become. Study diligently everyday how you want to think, feel, be and act as if you are already playing that role, in the NOW. If you want health, walk like you are well. If you want to be in love, feel like you're floating on cloud 9. If you want money: act, dress and think as if you are already rich. Remember the wise words of Buddha, “What you think you become. What you feel you attract. What you imagine you create.”

Choose not to be a victim of the first seven years of your life and start to deprogram your hardware by becoming the main actor in your own play. Imagine a new future now through repeating over and over in your mind a new reality and before long it will become truly yours. Your new download is yours to keep!

Melissa Heller2017