Success – Seeing Beyond Struggle

by Dr. Bobbie Stevens on October 26, 2009

Most of us have a great deal of programming about what we have to do to be successful, and how things work in the world.  We have lived in an almost completely left brain world in the past.  This, of course, is about linear thinking, reason and logic and verbal communication.  All of which are necessary for functioning in the outer world.  However, the left brain is limited and unable to see possibilities that we are able to see once we develop our right brain abilities.

 We, obviously can be successful with the use of our left brain abilities along, but it usually includes a great deal of struggle.  Once we discover our right brain abilities like creativity and intuition, the ability to see and understand wholeness, we become aware that with only left brain abilities we were doing things the hard way. 

 As our nervous systems become stronger or our mind/body energy becomes more refined we are able to tap into all intelligence.  At this point we begin to understand that most of what we have believed about how the world works has been programmed into our thinking by people sharing their experiences that were limited to only left brain abilities.  Then it becomes very clear to us that these old beliefs are no longer true for us.  By that time we are usually able to let go of the old thinking about success and struggle and see beyond struggle to a much easier way to become successful.  We discover that we no longer have to make things happen, all we have to do is let them happen.

 In our Personal Growth and Development Program we provide people with the opportunity to discover this new way of functioning and develop their ability to let go of old beliefs that have been limiting their success.

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Porter Anderson October 28, 2009 at 8:03 am

NICELY put, Bobbie, thanks again for this understanding of “struggle” (my left brain must be awfully well developed! 🙂 — I’m looking forward to “seeing” with my right brain and letting things happen!
-Porter

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