|12-15-2011, 03:49 AM||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: Jul 2011
Location: Chicago, Il
letting things come to you
A few months back I wanted a cert through my job. My boss didn't want me to have it because I hadn't proved I deserved it. I told myself I would have it b October, and even when I had given up hope, it came.
My boss wrote me up in Sept for being late. Nevermind I have a kid and there was no power in the area (which caused lateness for a week straight..). I asked for a later shift so I couldn't be late and tho he had no reason to say no he did, out of spite. Said I wasnt special and didn't deserve special treatment. When all this happened I asked myself ii f I should quit or find something new. The answer that came to mind was December. That's it. Last week we had a meeting and were told hours were being cut. I now have the shift I wanted.
There is more, but I'm tired. If you let go and trust your inner voice, the answers become loud and clear. It becomes the one thing you can trust without fail.
How? Close your eyes or look in therr mirror and say I trust you.
|12-15-2011, 05:32 AM||#2 (permalink)|
Join Date: Dec 2011
If you believe that the mind is divided into the conscious and the unconscious, then it is possible to explain this phenomenon. Your conscious mind is unable to process enough chunks of information to solve the problem (presumably complex), so you need to allow your unconscious mind to do the processing.
The problem is, by its very nature it needs to process information unconsciously, which means that if the conscious mind is processing the information at the same time, the efficacy of the unconscious mind is compromised.
This explains why we need to "let go" of the problem and all its associated information and work on other things. By doing so the information is available only to the unconscious, and it is therefore able to process it more efficiently.
I have many instances where I have difficulty resolving an issue, for example trying to understand a mathematical concept, and I constantly obssess about it, to no avail. Sooner or later I had to let go, and so I did. After leaving it alone for a few days, I came back to re-examine the concept, only to find out that I understand it completely!
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