The Stories We Tell Ourselves

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Exploring The Three Principles with Sarie Taylor 

Once upon a time there was a story, and it was yours! 

Every day is a series of habits we create over time:

Brushing our teeth, driving the car... alongside our continuous thought-created dialogue this makes up our story.

We are so used to our story, that we no longer see it as a story.
It has become our reality - the story that defines us,

"Its just the way I am"

"I’ve always been like this"

"People like me don’t do well"

"My mum was the same so it was inevitable"

And so on.

One thing me and my partner would argue over is when we would talk about something and he would say ‘its just the way I am’.

This was like a red rag to a bull to me because I believe we have the ability to change, compromise and evolve, unless we tell ourselves we don’t!

You may like your story and the way you are, but if its not serving you, or gets you into trouble you can change it. 

You are the actor, actress, director, producer and even the special effects of your own story.

You get to decide how the plot goes and where you add the special effects. A producer of a film will highlight certain parts of the film appealing to the senses, to create a certain type of story, evoking certain emotions. You are the producer in your story.

This is also exactly how we work as humans, and everything above can be explained or understood with The Three Principles, Mind, Thought and Consciousness.

I would love to invite you to reflect and notice what your story is?
Where are you adding the special effects?
Is that where you want them to be?

Feel free to share this with me in the comments below.

You are in charge.
You are able to change your story, your experience of life as you know it, whenever you want.

You have a wonderful gift of thought and your perspective is unique, your senses bring to life the picture that you focus on. 

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