“Every thought we think is creating our future.” ~Louise Hay
Last month, I had a discussion with a CEO of one of the top intervention companies in the country, the very one affiliated with the television show, Intervention. I was invited to train with them to become an Interventionist, which seemed like the next logical step in my career path. The only caveat was that the training process could be a lengthy one.
Life is eternal, and love is immortal,
and death is only a horizon;
and a horizon is nothing save the limit of our sight.
~Rossiter Worthington Raymond
Earlier this evening, I visited the administrative page of my blog to check my stats, something I do periodically to see which posts garner the most attention. It seemed somewhat odd to me that many of the day’s viewers had chosen to read a post I’d written some time ago; my recent posts generally get the most hits.
Without thinking much about it, I turned my attention to my post index, with the intention of viewing my most recent addition. In a week that has both challenged and amazed me, and triggered just about every emotion we humans can feel, I thought it would be interesting to see where my heart and mind were when I last wrote. April 8th felt like it could have been months ago.
In my last post, I identified a common pitfall amongst those of us who are learning to consciously create: spending too much time with people who are still deeply entrenched in the old paradigm and elicit our old thinking patterns. Another time we are likely to “relapse” into old ways of viewing ourselves, others and the world is when our fight or flight instinct gets triggered. In time, our expanded awareness will automatically trump our fear; in the meantime, we can learn to recognize cues from our body.