Cause V Effect

There is an equation in life that determines the quality of life we live.

Cause V Effect

When one is at cause, they are able to recognize their place in their own life story and write every situation in such a way that they learn a lesson and find a blessing in it. When you are at cause, you are the driver in your life. You have total control… maybe not of the outcome, however, you are always in control of your perspective. This is a life of power.

When one is at effect, they fail to recognize their place in the situation. Everything happens to them. The world is out to get them. They have absolutely no control of anything because someone else is driving. Effect is victimhood. This is the least powerful place to be.

It is possible to live a life where you are completely in control of your own perception. It is possible to own authorship of your story. It isn’t easy and it definitely isn’t always comfortable, but it is the only way to live a life of meaning.

If you find that there are areas of your life that always seem to be out of your control and you are ready to take back your power, I can empower you to step into that place.

Prime Directives of the Unconscious Mind

The Unconscious Mind is your best friend.  There are those who may disagree with me, however, once you understand the prime directives, you may never see your Unconscious Mind the same.

I will be doing a series of blog posts on each of he directives, however, to introduce you to the concept, I will list the 20 Prime Directives of the Unconscious Mind as adapted from Drs. Tad & Adriana James.

  1. Stores memories
  2. Is the domain of the emotions
  3. Organizes all your memories
  4. Represses memories with unresolved negative emotion
  5. Presents repressed memories for resolution
  6. May keep the repressed emotions repressed for protection
  7. Runs the body
  8. Preserves the body – this is the highest priority.
  9. Is a highly moral being
  10. Enjoys serving, needs clear orders to follow
  11. Controls and maintain all perceptions
  12. Generates, stores, distributes and transmits “energy”
  13. Maintains instincts and generate habits
  14. Needs repetition until a habit is installed
  15. Is programmed to continually seek more and more
  16. Functions best as a whole integrated unit
  17. Is symbolic
  18. Takes everything personally
  19. Works on the principle of least effort
  20. Does not process negatives