Walter Jacobson, M.D.

Walter Jacobson, M.D.

Posted September 21, 2011

Published in Lifestyle, Video

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Change Is Good. Do Things Differently.

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We have been so indoctrinated, trained, and programmed to see the world a certain way, to think a certain way, to behave in a certain way to the point where we are on automatic pilot: We see things, think things and do things without actually thinking about them. They have become so routine we take them for granted and we are not in the Now, we are not truly present. Our reactions are knee-jerk and we don't give our perceptions, our thoughts and our behaviors the attention they deserve. The end result of such unconsciousness is limitation. It limits our capacity to change. It limits our capacity to expand our consciousness. It limits our capacity to recognize opportunities when they appear and to create opportunities as well. What's the solution? Start making some changes. Start doing things differently. Doesn't have to involve big things or big routines. Make small changes and in the doing of these small changes you will be restoring your attention and concentration to the task at hand, you will be expanding your awareness of the choices you make every day, and this in turn will lead to better choices, less victimization, and greater manifestation of the reality you desire. SCROLL DOWN TO SEE VIDEO