The main program consists of three audio MP3 tracks. These audio tracks are created using brainwave-synchronization technology audio that speaks directly to your subconscious, to help you eliminate limiting beliefs.
In a world where orderly society has become necessary,
the human mind can be a fickle thing.
It’s insecure and seeks perfection.
It’s restless, always searching for order.
And it is often wild and living in chaos.
But the mind is in wild chaos because it’s always under scrutiny to perform, to be faultless, to keep control over emotions and actions. And this insistence on control and perfection is the root cause of its anxiety.
The mind’s disorder is a symptom of the insecurity we feel in the world, though you may seem confident enough in your daily activities and duties.
Nothing is ever enough; nothing you can do outwardly will work to give the mind the approval it seeks. This lack of acceptance is what causes chaos, and in chaos there can be no understanding, only constant movement, constant seeking for recognition and truth.
But beyond the ego’s necessity to confine and control is complete orderliness where each individual is in harmony and knows what is right for themselves.
The people around you don’t want to be controlled.
When you recognize and admit that your way isn’t
necessarily the right way for anyone but yourself,
your need for control begins to ebb away.
Buddhist psychology “doesn’t aim to tame the monkey. It aims to learn its ways and accept them.”
When you give up trying to control others, they’ll be free to be themselves. You’ll find they are much easier to be around because you’ll begin to understand them rather than constantly trying to moderate their behavior based on what you believe is right.
That doesn’t mean you need to give up your moral values and standards. It simply means you’re allowing others to make the decisions that are right for them without your interference or judgment.
When you live a gilded life—one in which you cannot be your
authentic self because you must always be in control—you are
denying your vulnerabilities. And denial of vulnerability is
closely linked to control and manipulation.
Any feeling that makes your ego feel as though it’s losing control also makes it feel unsafe. And safety or protection is the number one role of the ego. If something makes you feel vulnerable, this is the ‘something’ you must face up to and work through.
Start by focusing on the situation and being alert to triggers. Participate despite your fears. The one thing denial, control, and manipulation have in common is that they are trying to prove an impossibility.
But there is no predicting whether someone will refuse to do what you want, will walk out on you, or will cause you trouble. Only when you admit you’re allowing your ego to be in control against all rational behavior will those behaviors begin to end.
Those things which caused you pain and have stayed with you throughout
your life had meaning for you when you experienced them the first time.
Meaning is essential for something to truly matter to you.
That’s why you experienced it fully. It touched your heart.
If something was painful for you, it’s possible to change the meaning it had for you. Time has a way of allowing us to view the past through a new lens.
Try to understand why the situation happened, why it hurt you so deeply, and what you would do today if the same situation occurred.
For today, live according to the following principles:
No matter the situation, decision, or person, consider the following things which are being weighed by your subconscious at the deepest level of awareness.
You can always put the universe on hold when in doubt about what to do.
If that’s the case, simply contemplate and give yourself room to
become more aware or in tune with the decision you are about to
make or the reaction you were prepared to initiate.
On the down side, if you make no decision you will not grow. Doubt is a symptom of lack of awareness. And it usually means you’re not relying on your intuition. Rather you’re looking outside yourself for answers.
It can be destructive to the one thing that awareness is trying to bring: knowing.