Solving Problems

When Albert Einstein said, “We can’t solve problems using the same kind of thinking we used when we created them,” what he was referring to was the role of the conscious mind versus the subconscious or unconscious mind.

I feel most of the problems today are created when people are in their unconscious or reactive mind. This is because NO THINKING takes place in this part of the mind. It is merely a stimulus-response device. An external event triggers a reaction, which is played out automatically without the awareness or control of the conscious mind.

Also, whenever we are stressed, this part of the mind takes over and runs our whole system. If you have any inaccurate beliefs or conflicting patterns, this can wreak havoc on your life. The good news is that we have our own “rewrite software” between our ears.

So if your life is not playing out the way you would like, you might want to spend sometime discovering and transforming some of your stored beliefs and patterns. I have found that playing with the ICWIB activities, especially Just Scribble, is a great way to become more aware of your fundamental beliefs about life and yourself. It is also a great tool for transforming inaccurate beliefs and perceptions that are hindering your ability to thrive.

With this in mind, I invite you to explore some of the ICWIB art activities and videos for FREE.

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