It is all done ‘for us’!
What do you mean?
Have you ever heard people say ‘Why did you do this ‘to me’?’
Recently I learned from Panache Desai (link below) that instead of thinking that they have ‘done it to me’ I could look at it from a different perspective as in that ‘they have ‘done it for me’.
When we move from a victim consciousness where we believe that things are ‘done to us’ to a creator consciousness, our awareness changes to that it is ‘done for us’.
Everything that happens can be used as a spring-board for greater awareness.
We can become aware of:
- our interpretation
- our perspective
- of the meaning we gave it
- the belief system we have had
- the conditioning of our thoughts
- the neural pathways we have formed
We are so used to ‘slipping’ into these neural pathways so easily since they are ‘so well trodden’ that they have become wide highways of ever so self righteous indignation.
Every feeling has a thought from which it originated.
Have we stopped long enough to find that thought and question it?
Have we asked ourselves: ‘Does this thought serve my well being?
Is there another thought I could, would want to think instead?
So, when we think something ‘is done to me’ we can use it to explore, question, become aware and more empowered.
We can then see that it is actually ‘done for me’, giving us the opportunity to create new ‘pathways’, which produce well being, create freedom and abundance. Yes, this does take time initially, but eventually it will mean that we have more time since we are not bogged down with dreadful feelings produced by limited thinking.
Taking the time to venture into transforming the ‘to me’ into ‘for me’ sets free energy, allows more well being and abundance and empowers us and leads to more freedom.
Watch this video ‘Find Gratitude in Tough Times ‘
with Panache Desai and Oprah
on Super Soul Sunday
Click here to find out more about Panache Desai (not an affiliate link)
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