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Pulling the Plug on Habits

It has been said that it takes about three weeks to break any habit. To create a new regimen, we have to rid ourselves of old habits by literally disconnecting them from their source of energy within us. That does not happen of its own accord, but it is actually a simple process if we allow ourselves time to retrain ourselves and implement new behaviours—just like when you buy a new pair of sneakers that give you a blister the first time you wear them but they eventually shape themselves to your feet and become indispensable. The task is to create a support mechanism around a new plan in which we feel worthy of prosperity.

Have you ever bought an annual membership to a gym, and then stopped going after a few weeks, and then beat up on yourself for quitting? This repetitive punishment is the imemine’s favorite sort. Why does this happen again and again? There’s a very simple explanation: We abandon our plans because we do not feel worthy of prosperity. And as a result, we deplete our worthiness even further.

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Heilrækt, núvitund og grunnnámskeið, öll beina þau athyglinni á vöxt þinn og sjálfstraust, ef þú vilt. Ertu með?
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Ef við treystum því að við séum nóg, treystum því að heimurinn sé nóg og að hann sé okkur vinsamlegur, þá er hann nóg. Svo einfalt er það!
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It is also possible to lose yourself in the framework and allow it to change into fetters and constraints. What is the difference between a having a support mechanism and being constrained? A framework provides faith and is built on love while constraints come from mistrust and doubt. Nothing truly creative can take place while constraints remain. The same difference applies to a true leader and a micromanager.The micromanager always distrusts and uses all kinds of constraints—physical and spiritual—to maintain his position and his control, while a true leader employs a framework to delegate and allow the maximum amount of freedom and creativity.

A framework is a compassionate structure to hold things to together and provide support. It is a way to conserve strength and not always expend it on just keeping ourselves afloat. It is a way to circumvent constant decision making, weighing and measuring, and self-questioning.

Life becomes simpler with a framework, and after a short while, a miracle will take place within the framework—the child will start to walk on its own two feet, without help. The child begins to walk when it believes that it can—when it trusts itself to do so.

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We are constantly expressing ourselves, revealing ourselves, and conveying to the world how worthy or unworthy we feel we are. The change consists in expressing our-selves within a new framework and from new perspectives—in committing ourselves to a changed perspective to advancement because then the world will come to our assistance. They say, “God helps those who help themselves.” Of course, we know that faith moves mountains, but sensible people have advised us to take a shovel with us, just in case.

A framework is a plan for prosperity. A goal founded on purpose is actualised in the moment, not at a destination point, just as a framework for prosperity is not prosperity itself. We create a framework for a miracle, a framework for change, a plan that will act as protection around us while we are putting down new roots. But just as a plant ultimately needs to stand strong against wind and sun, so we need to eventually dispense with our support mechanisms to live life fully.

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