BEST of PONDER on THIS for Tuesday, November 10th, 2020 by Elizabeth Diamond in 7 MINDSETS TO MASTER SELF-AWARENESS

“As human beings, we possess an inherent ability to harness the creative power of our thoughts to increase our capacity to feel good. The more we entertain new and radically different thought patterns and arouse specific feelings to support them we enable ourselves to become familiar with the new sensation being held within the body. This automatically increases our set points to allow increased amounts of positive energy to flow into every experience of our lives. The great news is that because we have already spent time feeling into the essence of our desired experiences, when they do begin to manifest at the external level, we are able to sustain the positive flow of events without having to worry about unconsciously sabotaging them.

The more we endure a prolonged focused awareness on desired patterns of thinking and feeling, the easier they become to sustain. Before you know it, they become a way of life. We literally embody them over time. Once the new pattern dominates our way of being, it ultimately plays a larger role by attracting the physical equivalent of what is being felt on the internal realms to be manifested into our life experiences.”

Elizabeth Diamond, in “7 Mindsets to Master Self-Awareness”

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