Have some bad habits or old patterns you want to change? Join us for some enlightening dialog about how to dig deep and shine some light on things.
Here are some things that seem to be pretty universally true:
- Everyone wants to “be happy”.
- Everyone wants to be free from suffering.
- Everyone wants to have a good life.
What’s more, we’re all excellent, intelligent human beings with the capacity to create reality through our thoughts and imagination. So, why do so many of us still feel like something’s not right? Is it because we’re not trying hard enough? Perhaps not taught how to create a good life for ourselves? Perhaps still dealing with the effects of bad decisions made in our past? Is it just Human Nature? Are we just destined by our decedents to suffer the same human maladies they did?
NO, of course not! We have full ability to change the way we think and behave anytime we want. So why don’t we? Why don’t we just wake up tomorrow on the right side of the bed and start a new life?
Because of WEEDS. That’s right: WEEDS…
- patterns or conditions or beliefs we’ve picked up along the way that no longer serve our best interest—if they ever did;
- things buried in our psyche that unconsciously drive conscious decisions;
- habits (or even addictions) we have adopted to help us cope with various aspects of our lives.
The key to improving your life, making it a little better each day, is to dig up the weeds when you find them. And, as you might already realize, you must dig up the entire root system, or else the weeds will just grow back.
This week, we share some life-enhancing techniques of Root Cause Analysis, to help you answer questions like these:
- What do you do when a non-desirable behavior comes up?
- How do you get down to the root of the problem?
- How do you dig up the weed by its roots?
If you want to find out what’s troubling you and how to eradicate it, check out this week’s presentation for a very important Life Matter. We’ll dig deep and uproot some common WEEDS that block us from being the best we can be.
We may even get to the “root of all evil”…