Monday, March 15, 2010

"Nothing Changes If Nothing Changes."

I've been having this post in my draft folder since last year.

I am doing some mental house cleaning and decided that I show edit and publish it, how knows maybe someone out there would benefit from it.

There have been changes happening in South Africa.

There have been so much change happening here at home - Protea South Extension, Soweto, Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa, Africa, Planet Earth.

From the improvements being made on the road that frustrate a lot of drivers - there were incidents were people lost their lives due to pits that were not suppose to be the during that late drive, but I wont go into that, it IS my opinion - to the change in politics with the inaguaration of South Africa's 4th elected President of the Republic this past Saturday - 09 may 2009.

My former boss, the now new Minster of Finance Mr Pravin Godhan, is now in the President's Cabinet.

So as we speak we are now under acting management here at work - the South African Revenue Service - and the anxiety and excitement that is pumping through people's blood streams needless to say with the Soccer World Cup gratefully coming to our South Africa has got the nation buzzzzzing!

It's this flow of change that causes and "stir" the spirit in us - not that before this all of man was stagnant.

In truth all we are is energy that stirs in accordance to our concentration of thought.

I'm talking about the vibes you get off others and the ones you release in reaction to the ones you are receiving.

With people cutting in front of you in traffic, having to deal with office gossip from colleagues you held in high regard and thought were friends at work - paradox: friends and work - to things happening within the family, having father introducing you to your step brothers for example.

Such event might even give the ming the go ahead to do what it does best, from being trained deligently so, that in bringing back past emotions I canned that had to do with how I felt as a result of my parents painful separation and divorce.

I'm reading a book by Dr. Joe Vitale where he writes there that repressed emotions, particularly the emotions you use to hold on to the past with, come out in some form or another.

The book goes into how I cannot expect to fully commit my entire energy on something I want to accomplish if I'm busy fueling the things of the past (grudges or painful memories) with a portion of my energy that I have allocated to it.

What I mean is it's like giving 85% of my energy and thinking that I am giving it my all (100%) of myself to something or even someone.

With 15%, is it 15 neh?, of my energy into making sure that I still hold an age olg grudge against the fact that my sister directly influences the emotional pain my mother is experiencing from her (sister) insensitive antics especially when I are the one that has to play peacemaker.

As if programming the mind and saying, "listen mind,from now on expect this person to always cause me to feel pain in always because she...well, she always does!" then delegating a portion of my mental thought energy (memories) into making certain that this request is processed and kept alive until further notice.

With me wondering "why does she KEEP doing that??"

Genius is because you expect it!

I can't speak for everyone else but I have kept these energies locked safely away in the memory cabinet title "The Past."

So there goes Musa and his 85% self wondering why is success and abundance coming at him in drips and drabs, not knowing that I receive as much as I put in.

And if 85% is what I am giving, 85% will be what I am receiving.

For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction.

What in computer college they refered to say...you know I forgot the term but it had to do with what you put in you get out.

The same goes for the mind.

Our mind.

The best way to achieve success and even improve our health is by letting go of the grudges we hold against the people we attract in our lives & send them love in its place...this can be done is a split second or over a period of 26 years.

Entertain this idea and you will begin to live a life with less struggle than before.

Who knows, maybe the pain you are currently experience might directly linked to the hatred or anger you have on a particular person or circumstance...who knows?

Ever heard of the The Sedona Method?


(c) Musawenkosi Tshoaele

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