‘There is another way of looking at the world’
Today’s idea is an attempt to recognise that you can shift your perception of the world in both its outer and inner aspects. Devote five minutes to the morning and evening applications. Repeat the idea as often as feels comfortable, though unhurried applications are essential. Alternate between surveying your inner and outer perception, but without an abrupt sense of shifting.
I do most of my morning practices in my bedroom, so essentially I’m looking at pretty much the same things, and, I sometimes look out of the window, when ,unless there is some activity taking place, the scene is very often the same. YET, each lesson I do I see something different in the same things around me.
I used this approach to a situation I had with a friend who was not responding to my emails, texts, etc. I sat and thought, ‘There is another way of looking at this.’ Within seconds the idea came to me that there may be a problem with my friend’s Internet, and to send the email again. I did, and by the time I got home there was a reply.
I had a brilliant session with a client where we used the lesson to uncover a deep seated fear that’s been causing him some anxiety for a while. He was then able to devise a strategy based on real evidence not on fear (False Evidence Appearing Real)
The pages of the new novel are rolling slowly on. Chapter 9 page 110. Sales of Dare to Love ebook now stands at 14.
Pic is of illuminated fish at Oistins – Barbados