Have you ever made a new year’s resolution? Were you going to lose fifteen pounds? Be a “better” person? Work out every day? Fight less with your husband or children? Get up earlier?
Most of us were taught that this was a time we could change things. We could judge what was wrong in our lives and join everyone else in a commitment to “improve”. How well did your resolutions turn out? If you’re like most of us, not so well! Were you bewildered? Did you use this “failure” to go to more of the wrongness of you? What no one told you is that new year’s resolutions are pretty much doomed from the start! When we judge that there is something wrong with us, we have to end up separating and fighting with what we have judged, which only strengthens the “wrongness”.
One moment you’re happy, confident, creating your life and the next you are swept away by the holiday’s tidal wave of obligations and duty and are making plane reservations to visit people who don’t honor you or really care what matters to you. What happened? How does a capable, intelligent person lose themselves so easily in the holiday fantasy?
Last week I was absolutely obnoxious! Now this is not an energy I often embrace, but there I was, doing and being it to the best of my ability. I had gone to t-mobile to have my phone fixed only to find no extra holiday staff and a long wait. I started pacing. I started glaring, even making comments. While others waited patiently I was walking around and around the store, being the energy of “this is NOT OK and needs to change!”
Fortunately I also started questions..
Are you a seeker? Have you always known there had to be more? I tried lots of different modalities before finding Access Consciousness®.
Over the years I’ve done Eastern and Western religions, followed a guru in India, was a very good astrologer, practiced every major form of meditation, and spent many years in 12 steps. In addition, I’ve been a psychotherapist for over 22 years and had done countless types of therapy and training.
Access Consciousness is not like anything I have ever done. It is in a class by itself. It is not “spiritual” or metaphysical, or a religious. Why? -because it does not have a structure or dogma or set of beliefs that you must accept or fit yourself into. It took me awhile to register the impact of that. We all look for similarities between the new and that which is familiar to us. You can’t do that with Access Consciousness. It is unlike anything else out there!