When you change your mind, everything changes.
This is why it is so seemingly impossible. I say seemingly because the mind will make it seem as though it is not only impossible to do, but suicidal.
The brain’s “job one” is to protect the organism. It is all about security.
This means preserving its comforts. It means not dying to what it already knows. The renewing of the mind is like a death and resurrection. That’s the deal! The mind says no deal and foregoes renewal.
But this is the only way your life can change. It begins in the mind.
For those of us who have changed our beliefs, it is a radical changing of the mind. I was in the church for decades, and my mind had grown accustomed to its looks. But when my mind changed, everything changed!
I left the ministry. I left the church. I lost friends. I lost my career and income. I lost so much that it was really a kind of death. But in losing all that, I also found a new life that I wouldn’t trade. I’m learning how to live with this new mind. It’s still very young. Like a beginner’s mind.
It’s actually fun, like a butterflies-in-my-gut adventure! Join me.
If you know what I’m talking about, or want to know, come join our online community The Lasting Supper and you’ll find out. We help people learn how to live their new lives post-changing-of-mind. Click here to look into it!
Also, read the story of Sophia… about a woman who changed her mind and therefore changed her life! It’s actually my story, but told through the Sophia metaphor! Click here to check out the book!