While walking my daughter to sleep just before lunch, I was
pondering the Bob Proctor video I watched late last night on
shifting our paradigms – the “unseen” programs that run much
of our lives beyond our conscious awareness.
Ever wonder why, despite the best of intentions to change
something, you often find yourself falling back into the same
patterns over and over?
Well, as Bob explains so clearly (and many others before him
have indicated), much of our lives are run by subconscious
programming that we’ve accumulated over years.
The good news is, we can change that programming…and the
habits and patterns that arise from them.
But it takes both a desire and an intention to change, and
then a “recipe” of specific steps.
My question for you today is, what’s one area that you want to
Something in your health, your energy, your weight, your family
or relationships or how you spend your time, or perhaps your
finances or business results?
Next, what’s one step you can take, or new habit you can implement,
during the next 21 days to start shifting in this one area?
How about posting your decision, thoughts, or comments below –
I look forward to hearing from you.
Here’s to shifting our paradigms and creating more and more
consciously in our lives!
P.S. If you’d like to see the video from Bob Proctor and some of
his examples on how to shift your paradigms, you can do so here
(takes you to a registration screen that’s a bit “hypey” but the
content is really good). Enjoy!
4 thoughts on “Shifting Paradigms…”
well there is a good saying about change.. and that is the only people that like change are wet babies,… some do say that a precursor to success is your ability to embrace change.. and accept what it is that you would prefer to be different… i have learned to enjoy my foibles and actually ride with it . every weakness a strength.. every strength a weakness… your friend .. bob
Excellent…I am shifting my paradigm by allowing myself to dream more. The more you dream about the results and envision how things are going to be, the closer to the goal you will go…thanks for sharing.
Thank you both for sharing your perspectives and approach!