In his Uplift podcast “Why We Are Stronger Together”, Dr. Bruce Lipton explains our world is not meant to be a battleground and how ‘survival of the fittest’ theories have led to a breakdown of community. Instead, he argues that humanity’s best survival strategy is unity.
So how can a person change these negative ideals if how they were taught to relate to the world?
The I Create What I Believe! Program, endorsed by Dr. Lipton and based on his research, is an innovative and scientifically sound way to change these negative ideals and create a more balanced and unified life.
Scribbling in this manner can help you unravel confusion, restore balance, and gain clarity quickly and effectively. I have seen both children and adults resolve emotional conflict, and reconnect deeply with their true nature in a very short period of time because in this two-handed introspective approach to scribbling helps you to create a whole brain experience. This in turn provides you with an opportunity to see more clearly, change your perceptions, and move through your day in a more conscious, whole and integrated way.
Just Scribble: Activity One, Version Two:
Just Scribble: Activity One, Version Two
- Place a crayon or multiple crayons in each of your hands
- Close your eyes and take three deep breaths
- After your third breath, allow both of your hands to scribble simultaneously.
- Pay attention to the speed, amount of pressure, and the way each hand wants to move
- They don’t have to do the same thing, but they do need to be moving simultaneously.
- Allow yourself to scribble as long or as short as you would like
- Before you open your eyes take a minute to reflect on any changes or insights you gained by scribbling.
After you are familiar with the activity you, can accomplish the same thing with your fingers on your leg or arm. This means that you can re-center yourself,move out of reactive behavior and enhance your conscious awareness anywhere or any time.
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