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3 Reasons Why you NEED to be Practicing Awareness in 2020

Updated on March 17, 2020

Science is beginning to understand the mind-body connection more than ever before. Through this scientific inquiry, we are now realizing just how much control the mind has over physiology. Here are 3 reasons why you NEED to be practicing awareness in 2020.

1) Too Much Stress in your Life

Let's face it, there is just SO MUCH stress in our lives these days. Back in the day of cavemen, you could end up face to face with a saber-toothed tiger. Your fight or flight response would then kick in and you would summon 100% of all your body's energy to run from the tiger. But once you ran away, you could go back to your humble and simple caveman existence and not have to worry for a while.

Today stress comes at us 24/7, 365 days a year. You have relationship stress, work stress, financial stress, and the list goes on and on. But what happens is that fight or flight response is being triggered multiple times per day! That puts enormous stress on the body and draws energy that could be better used elsewhere. Practicing awareness allows you to be more conscious of your everyday thoughts, beliefs, patterns of behavior and what is going on with you physically. We may think we are aware but we're likely wrong. There is a difference between being aware that you are alive and what time of day it is, but to be TRULY aware of all your thoughts, sensations and physiological state is something entirely different. Consider meditation as a good way to start practicing awareness.

2) Science is Telling us that our Bodies have an Innate Capacity to Heal Us

We have long known that the body has some ability to heal itself. Take a cut, for instance, you pour some rubbing alcohol on it, put on a band-aid and VOILA, you are all better. What science is discovering now is that the body can heal beyond a simple wound. And that healing comes from the mind-body connection. Our thoughts can dictate healing. Consider this, every year people all around the world heal unexpectedly from what was believed to be a terminal illness. People on death's doorstep with massive tumors in their bodies all of a sudden begin to heal and the tumors dissolve. Modern research is beginning to show that many of these people had firm beliefs about their ability to heal often coupled with some kind of spiritual awakening or faith in god. This strong belief then directs cells in the body to help cure disease

3) Practicing Awareness Opens the Pathway for Conscious Manifesting

Once you begin to become truly aware and present, then you can start conscious manifesting which means you can truly visualize what you want, and develop an unwavering belief and commitment to what you are visualizing which can lead to truly manifesting what you visualize in real life.

The famous Neville Goddard talked about awakening the imagination and our mind's ability to shape our existence. He wrote Change your conception of yourself and you will automatically change the world in which you live..." By practicing awareness we can open the door to changing the world we live in and our experience of it.

This content is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and is not meant to substitute for formal and individualized advice from a qualified professional.

© 2020 Lynna K Teer


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