My Wife’s GPS System

My Wife’s GPS System

If my wife says turn left, I turn right. Not because I am being cantankerous but because she is very challenged when it comes to directions.

For Valentines Day I bought her a GPS (global positioning satellite system). I know I'm such a romantic. She loved it because she has challenges with traffic everyday driving to her office in Tampa and Sarasota etc.
The peace it brings her is amazing. No stress, knowing where you are going and shortcuts to get there.

Now this is how our subconscious works. We have a target and know our outcome. What happens? A roadblock, traffic jam, accident or one of many other situations possibly created by our conscious mind appears.
Now let's just say this GPS is our subconscious mind, our inner self. The roadblock, construction, or accident ahead is our conscious mind.
W e do not listen to our INNER SELF when our conscious mind creates these roadblocks to our outcome (our GPS knows where we want to go). Our subconscious mind never sleeps and is always throwing at us intuitive and inspirational ideas to act upon if we choose to do so.
The subconscious knows where it wants to go. We have planted that seed and typed it into our GPS. So why do we use our conscious mind to try and force a "square peg in a round hole"?

Remember what I said previously in my book PTSD: Pathways Through the Secret Door about a plane taking off from Tampa going to Atlanta is off course almost 90% of the time.
The pilots and the GPS in the aircraft know the outcome, Atlanta. So the adjustments are made through the pilot or the navigational system to get to the Atlanta Airport.

So the next time you have that intuitive or inspirational thought write it down. It may be the key to opening a door (roadblock) that you have put inadvertently in front of yourself.
I have personally found these subconscious thoughts (GPS) can come at any moment especially WHEN I AM LIVING IN THAT MOMENT.

1) Know your outcome.
The seed would not have been planted in your subconscious mind if it was not supposed to grow. "
2) Learn how to Detour (change your approach) by allowing your subconscious to inspire। Your inner GPS has no limits only possibilities and a much easier roadmap to your final destination.

Fight or Flight

Driving home yesterday I heard a song that would always before create emotional triggers for me. The song "The Rooster" by Alice in Chains, written about one of the band memebrs uncles talks about his experience in Vietnam and PTSD.
The muisic is downright eerie and so empowering. It wasa song we loved to listen to while I was in Somalia during Operation Restore Hope (and all those other Hopes after that). The dedications over armed Forces Radio were funny, absurd and incredible. The song for many years took me back to Mogadishu and Somalia. This time it affected me differently.
Since begining my journey of self (and unself)discovery I have learned to re anchor my thoughts to visual, or audio images that before would affect my whole physical and emotional state."the Rooster " for many years would always take me back. There is no "back" there is only now. Sounds odd but there is no past or future, just this exact moment. The past memories can anniahalite me or I can erase them for the most part from my memory. So is ther ereally a fight or Flight situation ever. Yes and no
Be grateful to live in this moment and abundance, peace, and miracles beyond belief will flow to you effortlessly.
Sit for a moment, be still and listen to, feel and appreciate everything that is in your life at this moment.
Of course you can learn more from my books especially PTSD: Pathways through the Secret Door (Order from Amazon). Happiness, joy, laughter and prosperity to each and every one of you
There Does Not have to be fight or flight, There can be just the "now"

The Lion Tamer

By Timothy Kendrick

The Lion Tamer

Do you know why a lion tamer uses a 4 legged chair when he works with a lion?

It is because it paralyzes the lion.

The lion is trying to focus on all four legs of the chair at the same time.

He can’t do it so he remains basically paralyzed or hypnotized.

As human beings we are no different. It is almost impossible to passionately focus on 4 different things at once.

John C. Maxwell says “it is much like an octopus on roller skates, a lot of activity and no measurable results.”

Chunk things down if you have to. One thought, one action. Live in the moment. Know your outcome.

And always keep in mind to be a lighthouse in a foggy world.
Happiness is a choice.

Choose to be happy now and watch doors magically open for you.

Gratitude + Happiness = Abundance

The rules for being a human being

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You will receive a body
You may like it or hate it, but it will be yours for the entire period of this time around.
You will learn lessons
You are enrolled in a full-time informal school called Life. Each day in this school you will have the opportunity to learn lessons. You may like the lessons or think them irrelevant and stupid.
There are no mistakes, only lessons
Growth is a process of trial and error: Experimentation. The ‘failed’ experiments are as much a part of the process as the experiment that ultimately ‘works’.
A lesson is repeated until learned
A lesson will be presented to you in various forms until you have learned it. When you have learned it, you can then go on to the next lesson.
Learning lessons does not end
There is no part of life that does not contain its lessons. If you are alive, there are lessons to be learned.
There is no better than here
When you are there has become a here you will simply obtain another there that will again look better then here
Others are merely mirrors of you
You cannot love or hate something about another person unless it reflects something you love or hate about yourself.
What you make of your life is up to you
You have all the tools and resources you need. What you do with them is up to you. The choice is yours.
Your answers lie inside you
That answers to life’s questions lie inside you. All you need to do is look, listen and trust.

Things to remember

Things to remember

All wealth begins in the mind.

Learn to like the difficult (surprises). When you were a child didn’t you like surprises?

Learn to like the unusual.

Learn to like the unknown.

Be grateful. Wallace Wattles said “Many people order their lives rightly. In all other ways are kept in poverty by their lack of gratitude.” It’s impossible to bring more into your life if you are feeling ungrateful about what you have. WHY? Because the thoughts and feelings you emit are negative emotions and negative emotions block the good coming to you.

Most of all DARE TO TAKE A CHANCE!!! Mistakes aren’t mistakes, they are education. It’s all how you are programmed to look at it. We are the source of all of our emotions. The body will always show what the mind is thinking.

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