A habit is a redundant set of automatic and unconscious thoughts, behaviours and emotions that’s acquired through repetition.

A habit is when you have done something so many times that your body now knows how to do it better than your mind.

People wake up the morning; they begin to think about their problems. Those problems are circuits, memories in the brain. Each one of those memories is connected to people and things at a particular time and places, and if the brain is a record of the past, the moment they start their day, they’re already thinking in the past.

Each of those memories has an emotion. Emotions are the end product of past experiences. So, the moment they recall those memories or their problems they all of a sudden feel unhappy, they feel sad, they feel pain.

Now, how you think and how you feel creates your state of being so the person’s entire state of being when they start the day is in the past. So, what does that mean? The familiar past will sooner or later be the predictable future. Then, if you believe that your thoughts have something to do with your destiny and you can’t think greater than how you feel, or feelings have become the means of thinking by the very definition of emotions, you’re thinking in the past. And for the most part, you’re going to keep creating the same life.

So then people grab their cellphone, they check their what’s ap, their texts, their emails, their Facebook, they take a picture of themselves they put it on Instagram, they check the news, and now they feel really connected to everything that’s known in their life. And then they go through a series of routine behaviours. They get out of bed from the same side; they go to the toilet, they get a cup of coffee, take a shower, get dressed, drive to work the same way. They do the same things and see the same people. They push the same emotional buttons, and that becomes the routine, and it becomes like a program.

Now they’ve lost their free will to a program, and they are no unseen hand doing it to them. So when it comes time to change, the redundancy of that cycle becomes a subconscious program. Now 95% of what we are by the time we are 35 years old is a memorised set of behaviours, emotional reactions, unconscious habits, hardwired attitudes, beliefs and perceptions that function like a computer program. So then a person can say with their 5% of their conscious mind: I want to be healthy, I want to be happy, I want to be free. But the body is on a whole different program.

So then how do you do begin to make those changes? Well, you have to go over the analytical mind because what separates the conscious mind from the unconscious mind is the analytical mind. And that’s where meditation comes in because you can teach people through practice, how to change their brain waves, slow them down. And when they do that properly, they do enter the operating system where they can start some significant changes.

Most people wait for a crisis or trauma, a disease or a diagnosis; they wait for loss, or some tragedy, to make up their mind to change. And my message is, why wait? You can learn and change in a state of pain and suffering, or you can learn and change in a state of joy and inspiration.

How condition we are to believe how limited we are. When you start peeling those layers away, and you break through those beliefs or self-limiting thoughts and emotions on the other side of that it’s where the miracle happens.

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