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“The mind is its own place, and in itself can make a heaven of hell, a hell of heaven.” - John Milton
An airbag is a vehicle safety device. It is an occupant restraint consisting of a flexible envelope designed to inflate rapidly in an automobile collision, to prevent vehicle occupants from striking interior objects such as the steering wheel or window. - Wikipedia
We all have a mind bag.
Unfortunately, we were never given the instructions or even taught how to operate it effectively.
Your mind bag protects you from collisions that derail or immobilize you.
In order to employ this mind bag absolutely reject any and all thoughts that do not serve you; your purpose, your vision or your goals.
This is the only way that your mind bag works; by design and not by auto pilot or default.
Working by design requires daily dogged discipline but after awhile it becomes second nature.
The dialogue that you receive daily absolutely determines the results in your life.
You have to decide what you're going to do with this dialogue that comes into your conscious mind.
You can accept or reject it.
If you decide to accept it, then you should consider it to be fairly important information that's going to serve you proactively.
It all begins and ends right here.
You have a choice.
You can decide what you're going to do with this information.
Most people are processing this information by autopilot and default.
They're not really aware of all this thinking that's coming into their conscious mind.
It’s entering their conscious mind and they're just accepting it by default or by autopilot.
They don’t know that they don’t know.
The other choice is to take this thinking that's coming into your being and basically process it by design.
You're going to determine absolutely right down to every specific detail of every single thought what you're going to do.
You’re going to accept or reject it.
If the information does not serve you, then you must absolutely reject it.
If you do not reject it, then all this information is going to start manifesting into your life in terms of your results.
This is where Dr. Joseph Murphy’s script works brilliantly.
“Be still, be quiet. I am in control. You must obey me. You cannot intrude where you do not belong.”
The only method of remaining in control is to be present in the present moment without allowing present circumstances from controlling your thinking, decision making or present moment happiness to the best of your ability.
So, who’s in charge now?
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