Our thoughts are so important to us on a daily basis. Especially as we have on average about 70,000 of them in any 24 hour period.
What we think about most of the time is exactly what manifests in to our reality.
When we change our thoughts we will indeed change the world we live in, and will also have a knock on effect to the people we interact with.
If you want confirmation of this then I will give you an example…
Why is it that a vicious person lives in a vicious world and a happy person lives in a happy world?
It’s the same world so why is it different?
We are all connected spiritually whether we like to admit this or not. All of our interactions and thoughts both about our selves and others are carving a path for us to tread upon as we constantly move on into the future.
If we think certain thoughts that carve a path for us then its inevitable that others that also think like us will end up on the very same paths as we tread. That’s why like attracts like, birds of a feather and all that.
So the world is not at all different but what is different is the way we perceive it in our daily lives, how we think about ourselves and others.
It’s our attitude, values and beliefs (V.B.) in total that work as our very own operating platform. (Like Windows XP or Windows 7)
This is where I can explain about how I see computers as having a spiritual side to them. The essence of a computer is based on a human mind, computers will never be as clever, but they do operate in many similar ways.
We start off in life gathering info and storing it all up, then using it daily in our lives.
Our values, beliefs and attitude become our operating platform like the Windows platforms I spoke about above.
So just as computers can hold what ever information or software we load into them, (like the human mind) its important to make sure that we are all in tune with what’s in there, how it works and how it can empower us or drive us crazy with frustration.
If we constantly use our computers in a non productive or negative way then we will miss out on the very essence of what they are there for, which is to help us and make our lives easier.
If your computer is driving you mad and you hate using it then you are clearly not giving something the attention that it deserves.
So spiritually, if our lives become a mess or we are going through some hard time then it’s so easy to become less logical or less calculated. In the same token a computer will never run correctly without the constant up dates and maintenance required almost weekly.
Before computers we were just individuals who interacted only when we were in the presence of others now we have become cyber people and virtual people and its this very reason why I feel that computers have a spiritual connection with us. If a thought comes in to our minds and we choose to put these thoughts into an e-mail and send it into cyberspace, then in my opinion it’s the same as praying your thoughts into the same cyberspace.
The only difference is you know where your e-mail is going!
They are part of our daily lives that interact bringing people together which is the very definition of what spirituality is all about.
Spirituality brings people together and religion separates us into groups. allow me now to finish off my comparisons here.
I started out on Windows 95 as a platform, it was ok and I learnt many things, but as time went on I needed to upgrade and move on. I could not operate many modern day programs or use software to its full potential in these days if I had stayed with the 95 software program.
If I had of tried to do so my life would have been slowed down, and it would be like wading through mud.
If we do not upgrade our values beliefs and attitudes constantly we will also be restricted in living our lives to the full.
Surely we want to at least have the choice to sprint rather than trudge along.
A good coach will be able to find out what is serving you best in the areas of values, beliefs (V.B.) and attitude.
Once established you and your coach will be able to weed out the ones that are not serving you and replace them with alternatives.
This is what I was referring to in the computer scenario as upgrading your platforms.
That’s why I prefer to tell people I am a “Human Technician” rather than a “Life Coach”
I say to people I can tweet you, fix you, and more importantly help you to discover the greater platforms that are already within you.
I, or your coach will just help you to discover them; when coaching I, or a coach does rely on you wanting to become stronger, willing and having the desire to succeed.
The good news is I as a human technician can also help them to regenerate the passion and drive needed, but the individual (you) have to give permission to yourself to do so.
It’s as easy as that yet hard for many to accept this simple concept.
Partly because we all like to think we can sort ALL our own problems out, well we can if all the rest of the hardware, drives, conflicts, ram, memory, etc is all as it should be. This can only work providing we don’t have any viruses lurking around in the back ground like… (negative thoughts usually)
Life is not that complicated as others would like you to believe, we are all basically the same with all the same functions, needs and desires.
We need energy, the right software, a sound platform to operate from, maintenance, and most of all good values and beliefs, ones that will empower us and move us forward, THATS IT!
Yes we are much like computers after all computers were invented to mimic us not the other way around.
What do you do if you can’t fix a problem with your PC? Maybe call a technician?
I rest my case! If you are suffering in some area that you are not comfortable with, then call in the experts to help you.
So once again this is why we all live in the same world but some see it as beautiful and others view it as hostile.
Your eyes are the windows to your soul; allow the soul to see and your eyes will see angels not demons.
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