Monday Motivation: My Past is Not a Reflection of My Future.

Positive affirmations are simple and usually short statements declaring specific goals, desires or wishes. Although they sound like simple messages, repeated over and over they can have profound effects on the conscious and unconscious mind. First, they will change your thinking and then your reality. A positive affirmation actually has the ability to program your mind into believing the statement as the mind doesn’t know the difference between what is real or what is fantasy.

My past is not a reflection of my future.

In order to harness the richness of life we must be willing to let go of our pain. We must drop the story that accompanies the pain. This begins with the desire to release the pain and suffering in order to allow the new, fresh and expansive energy of life to permeate through our being.
By no means does this underscore the gravity of what occurred in the past. You are choosing not to carry the burden of the pain in the present moment and future. When we identify with our pain, we view the world through a distorted lens.
Those fleeting moments of joy and happiness are lost to a mind which has spent years drawing on painful memories. You may have come across people who carry their victimhood with them.
They use any opportunity to go to war with others when life does not play their tune. I see this frequently while shopping. Whilst standing in line I notice there may be only one checkout operator processing customer’s purchases. The checkout operator grows distressed at the growing queue of people standing in line yet is unable to go any faster.

You owe it to yourself and your loved ones to release yourself from the mental prison that has held you captive all this time. I can assure you that life is far richer without the burden of pain memories.

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