“There’s a solution for this.”
One of my default beliefs is that there is a (faster, better, more efficient) solution out there for something I’m wanting to accomplish. When I’m working on something that needs a solution I have an automatic thought that says something to the effect of “there is a solution somewhere for this” or “someone out there has already solved this.” It immediately moves my attention and focus into finding that solution that I know is “out there.”
One of the first steps to being receptive to healing, is examining your belief system. Your belief system informs what you allow and dis-allow into your experience.
To start with, examine your answer to the following questions:
A self-healing Universe is one that goes into instant self-repair when there is even a slight dissonance within it. In a self-healing Universe wholeness and the movement toward restoring wholeness is a primary impulse.
Mindset is the starting point of every journey you take. If you have an empowering mindset, you’ll find the energy and resources (internal and external) you need to achieve your goals and dreams. If you have a dis-empowering mindset, you’ll unconsciously get in your own way.
Is your will separate from Divine Will? Are there two intentions at work?
One of the most common questions I hear from deliberate creators is how your own intentions relate to the intentions of the Divine, the Universe, or whatever you have named the higher power. This is an important point of inquiry to investigate within yourself. How have you mapped for your will and Higher or Divine Will? In your own framework, in your own mindset, in your own concepts of self and Spirit, what do you make of your will, your intentions and your dreams, and the intentions, dreams, and will the Universe “has for you”? Are these internal impulses separate?
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