We've all heard that our minds are like computers.
Our computer minds were programmed in childhood by our parents. You wouldn’t tell an older computer that it needs to "just get over" it’s faulty programming, but many people tell themselves and eachother to "just get over" their childhood.
Programming repeats until it is changed, and not one second before.
You can’t just get over it.
You need to open up the computer and find what programming is incorrect, then reprogram it. Incorrect programing is fear based, whereas correct programming is love based.
How do you recognize faulty programming?
Just look around. We go to what is familiar. We marry people like our mothers and work for people like our fathers. Current friends may be like our siblings.
While we cannot go back and change our childhood, we can change our life in the present. We can realize what we’ve just accepted because it’s familiar, not because it was good for us, and learn to recognize it in our current relationships.
We can then reprogram our computers. Reprogram what we believe about ourselves, let go of fears, doubts, worries, and base our new programming in love, confidence, and self-worth instead.
From there, our relationships and careers will begin to change immediately
for the better.
The other people may change, or they may disappear from our lives. What they choose to do is not up to us. The only thing that is up to us is what we welcome or do not allow in our lives anymore.
From the Book One Page Stories, Volume One,
By Doe Zantamata