Interesting Point of View…


Have you ever noticed the way little kids are so happy, full of energy and curiosity about life … they just don’t seem to have a point of view about things.  Something new is exciting!  Being different is no problem!  They will make friends with just about anyone, and if they have an upset, they can be over it in 10 minutes.

The funny thing is that your point of view creates your reality, reality doesn’t create your point of view.  (For example, making $ is hard work, then you can’t have money come easily.)  Every point of view we have limits us tremendously, and we are creating it that way.  Kids don’t limit their reality with points of view, therefore they can have the amazing adventure of greater possibilities every day.

All of our lives we are taught that curiosity is wrong, and to fit in we have to try to get things right, find the right answer, and judge everything along the way.  Wow, that’s a lot of work!  No wonder we are tired, stressed, and not having fun!  What would it be like to have more of the freedom that little kids have?  This tool can assist in that.

So, for every point of view you become aware of, just say to yourself, “interesting point of view I have that point of view,”  and take a deep breath.  Repeat a few times until your point of view seems to dissipate.  (For example, looking at your checkbook or bank account… everything that brings up, “interesting point of view I have that point of view,”  and take a deep breath.  Repeat.  And again!)  Now, does that feel lighter?  Now you have the space of Being, and when you ask a question from this space, you can have even more than what you thought was possible.  (For example, “what would it take for this account to have 10x this amount with total ease?” )
Being truly interesting point of view is being the space of you.

If you are feeling stressed, have lots of mind chatter, low energy, etc. go and get your Bars run…  it will assist your body in relaxing, your mind will get clear and peaceful, and you can be the space of interesting point of view with ease.  If you had no solidified points of view you actually would be able to have total freedom and choice.  Does that sound like something you’d like to have?


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