Bust through your blocks from different angles

by John Robson on June 7, 2012

“The range of what we think and do is limited by what we fail to notice.”
~ Daniel Goleman ~

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When we’re wrestling with an issue in our lives, we often search for a single solution that will make it go away.

For example, if I want to lose weight, I might focus all of my attention and hopes on a new diet.

But while what I eat directly affects my body weight, other factors are also involved in a big way:

  • Physical: How active am I? How much exercise do I get each day?
  • Emotional: How do I feel about myself being heavier than I want to be? How do my feelings influence my eating and activity levels?
  • Mental: What do I think about my appearance, my health, my behaviour around food, my self-discipline or lack of it?

If I perceive myself negatively – if I focus most of my attention on my weight being a problem, then no matter how powerful the diet, it simply won’t work.

We are complex, fascinating beings. The more we explore any challenge in our lives from different perspectives, the more we will see the bigger picture of why this struggle exists for us. Better yet, we’ll know what to do to change the situation.

The more we work with different tools, processes and techniques, the more we create gentle inner tensions that synergistically shift and integrate into new experiences.

At Higher Awareness, we offer a wide range of physical, emotional and mental tools to support you in exploring all angles. Try a multi-pronged approach to busting through your blocks. You’ll gain new appreciation for how you create your life.

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John Robson

– who has written 386 posts on Higher Awareness Sharing.

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