|Here we go again,
starting the year with the very best of intentions. So what does your
try-it-again list of resolutions include? A year filled with daily
exercise, weight loss, a streamlined budget, paid off credit cards,
more time with friends and family, and more success on the job?
You bet. You mean it this time. So why five minutes into the New
Year are we munching on chips or lighting up a cigarette? It seems
that we blow off our resolutions as readily as we make them.
What tips do the experts give us for handling the New Year differently?
Here are a few I found while surfing the net: Be realistic, write
your resolutions down, set deadlines, change only 1 to 2 things
at a time, be specific, think positive, be committed, plan and pace,
learn from past mistakes, and best of all, sign up for daily e-mail
messages that support and encourage you.
If it were a horse race, I wouldnt put my money on any of
these. The truth is that resolutions are based on willpower, and
using sheer effort is like swimming against the tide. It may sound
enticing to try, but have you ever jumped in for a swim? So what
tide are we swimming against when we make our resolutions and how
can we reposition ourselves to be going in the other direction?
- Step 1 is to locate the precise offenders and energetically
release them, clearing the way for the healing process. Eliminate
Self-Sabotage. Think you have bad luck? Perhaps its bad
timing or fate that has thwarted your goals. Unlikely. Rather,
its the universe mirroring the negative programming in your
subconscious mind. Meet the four destroyers: unready,
unwilling, unable, and undeserving.
These are the culprits that undermine your health and success,
and youre probably not even aware of them.
- Step 2 is the healing process itself - energetically locate
the past traumas, release them on all levels, and on all planes.
Find out precisely what traumatizing experiences originated the
chain of thoughts and emotions responsible for your current failure
or illness. Be specific. Go back in time way back
perhaps to an ancestral experience subconsciously passed down
from one generation to the next, or to a fetal upset absorbed
from your mothers concerns or fears, or to a past life event
seemingly irrelevant to your current life circumstances. Locate
and diffuse these torpedoes. This is the key to resolving your
present and future life crises. The intense thoughts and emotions
surrounding these events may be overwhelming and must be released
on all levels of consciousness: physical, mental, emotional, psychic,
and spiritual and on all planes of consciousness, from the God
level, down to the cellular level, ultimately down to quantum
- Step 3 is to practice the meditation daily. You can learn a
powerful meditation that strengthens the connection between the
ego and the higher realms of consciousness where true knowing
and creativity reside. Such energy affects every cell, molecule,
and atom of our existence, and enhances our innate power to heal.
So make only one New Years resolution this year. Stop struggling
and failing; give up effort and resistance. Learn the energetic
technique that brings effortless ease into everyday life and makes
you a master on turning on and turning off the switches that control
Marnie Greenberg is the Seminar Director for Dr. Kam Yuen, a
world-renowned grandmaster credited with popularizing the martial
arts in the Western World and with bringing authentic Kung Fu to
television. His energetic healing technique is the most advanced
on the planet.