Imagine that every morning, when you wake up, you must choose a door to walk through and it will determine how you'll spend your day.
Life Is All About Choices!
Imagine that with the power to choose how you want to spend your day, you can actually choose which door you're going to walk through to bring you the day you'd like to experience.
Most people would tell you they would choose the doors that will bring them feelings of gratitude, happiness, joy, creativity, wealth, mindfulness, love, fun, being healthy and a sense of belonging.
Most people would tell you they would never consciously choose a door that will bring them shame, excuses, anger, doubt, guilt, judgment, or fear.
Now that it's been proven that our conscious mind is responsible for only 12% of what we believe to be true, the decision about which door we choose becomes a bit more complicated.
Because your subconscious mind makes up about 88% of your beliefs (what we believe to be true), the door we choose becomes a bit more challenging. When you consider that your beliefs are attached to specific feelings and emotions it becomes easier to understand that the door you would choose is based more on how you're feeling when it's time to make your choice.
What if you went to sleep the night before with something that was weighing you down in mind, body or spirit? Perhaps you were listening to a newscaster spreading fear based information or reading something that was unsettling to you. Perhaps you laid in bed doubting your gifts, talents and abilities or judging yourself based on how you perceive who you are or what you're capable of. The subconscious mind is working 24/7, whether you're awake or asleep and has the ability to absorb unsettling information while you sleep.
Now imagine you wake up, it's a brand new day with new opportunities but the door you must choose to walk through is based on the information your subconscious mind has been working on while you slept.
You may consciously want to choose the doors that will bring you feelings of gratitude, happiness, joy, creativity, wealth, mindfulness, love, fun, being healthy and a sense of belonging but because your subconscious mind is making all of the decisions, you will choose a door based on how you're feeling. Every choice is based on a belief and every belief has a feeling or emotion attached to it.
If you're allowing negative thoughts, feelings and emotions to create your beliefs, how can you possibly believe you deserve to choose the doors that will bring you feelings of gratitude, happiness, joy, creativity, wealth, mindfulness, love, fun, being healthy and a sense of belonging?
How you face your day is a choice, you simply need to understand how your mind formulates the beliefs that determine what your choices will be! What price have you been paying for your negative thoughts? Have you found yourself locked behind the doors of shame, excuses, anger, doubt, guilt, judgment, or fear without a clear understanding of how to get out?
Every woman has the key to unlock the doors of uncertainty within her mind. When you master your beliefs, you're discovering the beliefs behind your current mindset (perceived problem), the feelings and emotions attached to that belief(s) and how you can transmute your current belief(s) to raise your vibrational energy, giving you the power to make choices from a mindset of "what is possible" rather than a mindset based on past experiences (yours or others).
Whatever door you may be facing in your life, you alone hold the power to choose which door you will step through and how you will spend your day! The choice is yours ~ when you want to experience feelings of gratitude, happiness, joy, creativity, wealth, mindfulness, love, fun, being healthy and a sense of belonging more than you believe you deserve to experience shame, excuses, anger, doubt, guilt, judgment, or fear, you will also experience the power of conscious choice!
Nancy Mueller ~ Empowerment Sensei
Lean more at https://www.masteringyourbeliefs.com/
My path to become a coach, author, mentor and speaker became clear when I was a student, competitor and teacher of the Martial Arts;, the longer I studied, I began to understand the philosophies behind the Martial Arts and I soon realized that my mind was my most powerful weapon.