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Five Steps to Breaking Free

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Seekers are always embracing change. Seekers are always willing to learn, and aren’t afraid to admit when they’ve reached a dead end.  They simply acknowledge it, learn from it, and move on. Seekers are generally happy because they know life is a journey and it’s always unfolding. Seekers are not afraid to ‘do the work,’ because they know ‘the work’ is where the gold is. Seekers take responsibility for their reality, which includes their mind/body/spirit health. Seekers are always excited to share their latest revelation, warts and all. Seekers know we are all here to help each other and that expanding our awareness of what is possible and what we are all capable of on a global scale is the magic of the journey. Seekers are unafraid to learn, grow and change. And Seekers, in the process of their journey, become very wise.

How do you become a Seeker? Start by sitting quietly in a chair for five minutes every day. Set a timer so you can unhook from the temptation to monitor how long you have been there. Instead let go, focus on your breath and try to think of nothing. This is a great Seeker joke, because of course it’s impossible to think of nothing. So when you catch yourself thinking, don’t judge or scold, just go back to the breath. It is an exercise in learning to control your thoughts and in being still so that your heart and head can learn how to work together. Do this every day for two weeks and your life will start to change. That will be the beginning of you building your spiritual workbench.

3.  Be your own Alchemist and don’t tell everyone what you’re doing.

As you practice observing your thoughts instead of engaging in them, you can begin to choose which thoughts reflect that which you desire, and which ones don’t.  Did you know on average we think 50,000 thoughts a day? Did you know more than 90% of the thoughts you have today are the same thoughts you had yesterday?  Did you also know that 70-80% of those thoughts are negative? Learning to delete the thoughts you don’t want (lead) and replace them with the thoughts you do (gold) is the first step to becoming your own alchemist.

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