Answer the Phone

Each thought is a biochemical event in the brain that is communicated to the rest of the body.  Often these thoughts are accompanied by feelings.  Think of a feeling as a phone call from your heart.  Always answer the phone; accept the message; feel the feeling!  A feeling is energy and must be released.  Positive feelings are often best released by connecting with others.  But negative feelings must be released also.  They are toxic to your mind and body if you attempt to repress or ignore them.  Negative feelings are either released or “hanging around” causing problems and weakening your immune system.  Without heaping judgment on yourself or others increase your awareness by following  the feeling where it wants to go.  Become your own best friend by showing yourself love, acceptance and compassion.  The key is awareness.  Deepak Chopra said that problems arise due to constricted awareness and solutions emerge in expanded awareness.

Life Coach – Dr. Dean R. McCormick

1 thought on “Answer the Phone”

  1. Rev. Carol Wood says:

    Wouldn’t it be wonderful if we could all answer the phone and be able to handle everything that is being said to us from the other end of the phone. It seems that it is easy to connect with good thoughts and conversations that make us laugh or make us feel good, but it can be so difficult when the message is negative or full of sorrow or sadness. It takes a strong person who is aware of self to be able to connect with the heart and handle negative messages with a positive energy within our heart and soul. I like to look at all calls or e mails or texts as coming from within the heart of God, and when they are negative I try to imagine how would God handle this conversation, or what would He respond to the e mail or text…what tone of voice would He use or what words would He use to send a message back to the sender. If we could all do this and send messages from the heart wouldn’t life be easier. This is a very interesting and thought provoking blog, I hope many people will read it and see if we can all change how we respond to those around us. Rev. Carol Wood

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