30 tips in 30 days: #2.
My research has led me to study how both nature and nurture affect brain biochemistry, but how could I tell if my protein peptides were the cause or the effect of my life choices? All I could tell for sure was that I needed to be more conscious, more mindful. In short, I needed to heed the ancient wisdom inscribed in gold above the entrance to the Temple of Apollo at Delphi: “Know Thyself.”
In the four decades since I deliberately embarked on the road to mindful self rule, I’ve learned many lessons about life and myself. Perhaps the most valuable book I’ve read along this path has been The Book: On the Taboo Against Knowing Who You?Are by Alan Watts. I am nothing apart from everything else.
I’ve learned that I create my own reality through all my thoughts, feelings, words and deeds. I’ve learned that I usually think, feel, do, but I sometimes feel, do, think (ready, fire, aim. I’ve learned how to change my vibrational energy to change my life. I’ve learned that I am the most loving and lovable when I let my true self show up.
Few of us live mindfully. Instead, most of cling to a false belief that we humans are born sinful and must be prevented from injuring ourselves and others. As a result, society long has been governed by a worldview that makes sense of life by assuming powerful men must govern us to keep us safe. This view is obsolete.
If you wish to help create a quantum shift into global consciousness on our planet, please share with others this excerpt from my book: GLOBAL SENSE: The 2012 Edition: A spiritual handbook on the nature of society and how to change the world by changing ourselves