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 "First, analyze yourself. Know yourself and your purposes. Know what you believe, physically, mentally, spiritually. Know the sources of your beliefs. For in such an analysis you may find your true self." Source: Edgar Cayce reading 2583-1


 

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The Power of Attraction

To attract is to cause to draw near or adhere. You know this but do you know the why and how of attraction?

Because human beings remember with neurons (the cells of nerve tissue), we are disposed to see more of what we have already seen, hear anew what we have heard most often, think just what we have always thought.

Within the brain, every mental activity consists of neutrons (electrically neutral subatomic particles) firing in a certain sequence. An "Attractor" is an association of ingrained links that can overwhelm weaker information patterns. If incoming sensory data provoke a quorum of the Attractor's units, they will trigger their teammates, who flare to brilliant life.

An Attractor can overpower other units so thoroughly that the network registers chiefly the incandescence of the Attractor, even though the fading, firefly traces of another pattern initially glimmered there. A network then registers strikingly new sensory information as if it conformed to past experience. In much the same way, our sun's blinding glare washes countless dimmer stars from the midday sky.

The limbic brain (i.e. the emotional brain) contains its emotional Attractors, encoded early in life. Primal bias then forms an integral part of the neural systems that view the emotional world and conduct relationships. If the early experience of a limbic network exemplifies healthy emotional interaction, its Attractors will serve as reliable guides to the world of workable relationships.

No individual can think his way around his own Attractors, since they are embedded in the structure of thought. And in human beings, an Attractor's influence is not confined to its mind of origin. The limbic brain sends an Attractor's sphere of influence exploding outward with the exuberance of a nova's gassy shell. Because limbic resonance and regulation join human minds together in a continuous exchange of influential signals, every brain is part of a local network that shares information--including Attractors.

Limbic Attractors thus exert a distorting force not only within the brain that produces them, but also on the limbic networks of others--calling forth compatible memories, emotional states and styles of relatedness in them. Through the limbic transmission of an Attractor's influence, one person can lure others into his emotional virtuality. All of us, when we engage in relatedness, fall under the gravitational influence of another's emotional mind with ours. Each relationship is a binary star, a burning flux of exchanged force fields, the deep and ancient influences emanating and felt, felt and emanating.

The limbic transmission of Attractors renders personal identity partially malleable---the specific people to whom we are attached provoke a portion of our everyday neural activity. Ongoing exposure to one person's Attractors does not merely activate neural patterns in another--it also strengthens them. Long-standing togetherness writes permanent changes into a brain's open book.

In a relationship, one mind revises another; one heart changes its partner. This astounding legacy of our combined status as mammals and neural beings is limbic revision: the power to remodel the emotional parts of the people we love, as our Attractors activate certain limbic pathways, and the brain's inexorable memory mechanism reinforces them.

Who we are and who we become depends, in part, on whom we love.

---Source: A General Theory of Love by Thomas Lewis, M.D., Fari Amini, M.D., Richard Lannon, M.D.


Purpose and Vision

How many times have you followed a friend's suggestion or a career path, only to find that you were going in the wrong direction for you?

Changing our minds once we have made a decision calls for clarity and courage. Some people feel it's a failure to turn around and go in a different direction once they have made a choice. They just hunker down and make do. Others are able to refocus their vision--gather up what they have learned--and lift their sights and move on.

Developing a sense of personal purpose and being true to our core values allows us to see our lives in a larger context, and this allows us to make choices that express our highest in all areas of our lives. In living a purposeful life, we recognize that our career is more than just working for a paycheck, and our relationships are more than just being together.

There is something of value for us to contribute and to learn in every situation. Each day is a new beginning in our chosen work, and each day we can be renewed even in the most trying relationships.

Every day, we can ask ourselves if we are living according to our highest purpose, right where we find ourselves. The answer to that question will tell us whether to stay or go. Vision and purpose don't come form what we are doing, but from how we are doing it. Spirit's grandness can be expressed through us in every situation.

---Source: "Daily Guides to Richer Living" by Linda McNamar, Science of Mind, January 2003


Books that help you get to where you want to be by addressing LifeSignature issues

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Now, Discover Your Strengths, (Free Press, 2001), provides the StrengthsFinder assessment to help you discover and strengthen your signature talents. Now, Discover Your Strengths

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Taming Your Gremlin (HarperPerennial), is for those who have a gremlin within who tells you who you are, and defines and interprets your every experience. Taming Your Gremlin

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Energy Matters, (2002) helps you focus your energy to get you where you want to be. "If my life is so full, then why am I always running on empty?" North America's leading authority on personal and professional energy, Dr. Robert A. Rausch, presents a fresh, commanding perspective on the link between energy and productivity. "Energy Matters," his new book, is packed with real-world techniques, action steps, inspiring stories and thought provoking tips. A must read for anyone with a keen desire to "tap the power within." Order this new book by clicking here.

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