I went and saw this amazing documentary last night, and highly advise you to do the same. There were so many things that I felt as a result of it, because it touched many areas of our life. I think at the core of it all, is the understanding that it is not normal to feel stress, and that stress is probably one of the deadliest diseases out there, because the contamination doesn’t end in your thoughts- the impact is felt throughout your physical body, your emotions, and your bank account. We shave minutes, days, hours, years off of our lives and away from things that should nourish us, only to waste that time on giving to thoughts that are so corrupted, they literally eat away at who we are.
A wise mentor of mine once said, you are the books you read and the people you surround yourself with. In other words, your environment shapes you- and many times we forget that there is the inner AND outer environment to consider. I think that most people don’t want to admit that they shape their reality, because their reality isn’t what they would hope it to be. We all have the opportunity to change in a matter of seconds. Patterns are deep, and we have to really be committed to changing them in order to enjoy the benefits of a lasting permanent transformation.
Posted by Dray Carson