Restoring Coherence. Harness and redirect the energy instead of allowing it to diminish you

manage your attentionNot everything you feel is an emotion.

There are emotions and then there are the effects of emotions. But

all emotions can cause incoherence.

You know you are incoherent when your decisions are wrong, and take you down the path of self-destruction or hurting yourself or someone else. When you can’t hear what someone is saying. When you find your attention wandering. When you are not present.

Some emotions’ energy goes outward, other emotions’ energy goes inward.

Either type of emotions,

  • in a weak person, wreak havoc and cause devastation. A strong person can harness their outward emotions to move mountains, to accomplish, to achieve, to grow.
  • And a strong person can accept their inward going emotions as not necessary, not rolevant, and let them go.

Examples:
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Your Internal Guidance System: How To Interpret Your Gut Reaction To Stuff?

gut-feelingWe all want certainty, we all want reliable guidance, so that we make less mistakes.

Muscle testing while connected to Source is the best, but too few of you knows how to connect reliably.

About 50% of the population gets a gut reaction to things… 40% in their heart, and about 10% of the population just knows.

But what do the feelings of the gut mean? This article is about the gut reaction… and how to interpret it.
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The Law of Responsibility from Dan Millman’s book

The Law of Responsibility

Once we establish the limits and boundaries of our responsibility, we can take full charge of that which is our duty and let go of that which is not: in doing so, we find more enjoyment supporting others, as we create more harmonious cooperative relationships. 1

For peace of mind, we need to resign as general manager of the universe. LARRY EISENBERG
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