We got the key!
Yesterday we unofficially got the key to our new house.
It felt great to step in and as one of the customs we have in Romania is for the husband to carry the spouse over the house threshold the first time they step in. So, this what I’ve done. Click here to see us stepping in. 🙂
We’ll gonna start moving the all the stuff but we shouldn’t live in there before July 1 when the banker moves the numbers from one account to the other and we sign the paperwork.
We’ll keep you posted on how it goes and what we learn on the way.
Yesterday I cached the recording of an interview my mentor, Paul Martinelli has done with Dr. Bruce Lipton, the author of the book ‘The Biology of Belief: Unleashing the Power of Consciousness, Matter & Miracles’ and I was amazed by how what they shared on that call fits whit my last email and where we are in our journey.
On Monday, I’ve shared with you the thoughts that occupied my mind while I was emptying the cabinets in my office and sorting things out in boxes for the move.
I believe we both agreed that we are constantly collecting things in our cabinets that do not serves us anymore. And in the same way we collect limiting beliefs in our minds that don’t serve us anymore. I think we could all agree with that, right?
And we could as well agree that we can change the beliefs we have about what we think is possible or impossible in our lives, don’t we?
Dr. Bruce Lipton, took this to the next level of understanding in his book The Biology of Belief as he goes on to say that we have control over our genes and we can change them. This is not new age mambo-jumbo, this is a bold statement based on years of research and science based evidence.
The problem is that we have been programed to believe that gene control our lives.
At first, we’ve been told that our genes control our physical characteristics and over time more and more of our characteristics of our emotions and the characteristics of our behaviour are associated with our genes.
And what is the bottom line significance of owning this belief about our genes?
Dr. Bruce Lipton says it is this:
a. As far as we know, we haven’t picked the genes, we came with them
b. If I don’t like the characteristics that I have, I can’t change the genes
c. The genes are apparently turning on and off by themselves; I have no control over them, they control me.
Collectively, what we have done, we have programmed people with these beliefs of victimization.
“I’m a victim. I’m a victim of my family heredity.”
And you know, “whatever they had, I will have it.”
Whatever they suffered from, it will be passed on.
And we cannot do anything about it because the story of the genes is “the genes control you, you don’t control them.”
“It is not me, it’s the genes.”
We believe that whatever we have been passed on from our parents, we will have.
And he goes on to say that “Many of us live marginalized lives not because we have to, but because we think we have to.”
Let that sink in for a while.
What have you accepted in your life as being ‘hereditary’? What conditions, diseases, character traits have you accepted as being due to ‘the bad genes’?
“Because everyone in my family had it, I must have it too.”
Who do you blame?
In other words, where have you excluded yourself from the equation because, you know, ‘is the genes and I can’t control the genes’?
Hmmm. That’s a great question isn’t it?
And that scramble some eggs isn’t it?
We’ll dwell more on that next time but until then, give it some thought and share with me what it unveils to you.