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My Perspective Shifted Today!


My Perspective Shifted Today!

This is a group where we are going to take note of how our perspective shifted in a moment or in months or years. Creative thinkers don't stick to the same ideas forever. They think outside the box. Let's be conscious of this and share, shall we?

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Comment by wiffledust on March 18, 2012 at 5:59pm

that's pretty deep stuff, maryanne!  anything that shifts us towards seeing that we are all one or all unique pieces of a one is a true miracle and the most powerful type of perception shift. i've heard mystics have experiences like yours through! thanks for sharing!

Comment by Maryanne Mesple on March 18, 2012 at 3:23pm

I can't even describe the experience just an hour ago when my perception suddenly shifted because of a sudden movie in my mind that showed me something that brought tears of understanding and joy to my heart and soul. To see the true connectedness of all beings in a flash was/is humbling and words are so limited in describing what I felt and what I witnessed. OMG would be a way of sharing :-) All I know is now, I can't see "you" or "them" or "me" as I once did. My perception shifted when I opened up unexpectedly. I pray I am able to retain this moment in my memory enough to truly live and give expression to "my perception shift".  Meditation can be unexpected shifts within :-)

Comment by wiffledust on March 10, 2012 at 10:39am

good point, kimberlyann. i didn't get a notification of this the way i wished i had and missed it till now. i believe there is a part of us that absolutely wants to stay stuck. it's probably part of our primitive brain. some kind of safety mechanism. and yet we die if we stay stuck and don't create new neuropathways.

right now i'm shifting perspectives on God by listening to a lecture by a Sufi mystic! :-)

Comment by Kimberlyann De Angelo on March 4, 2012 at 6:33pm

I do have to be honest and say it can be challenging in times of great stress and fatigue...which can cause some neuropathways to "freeze".  I think this is where we need to open the door more for compassion...compassion toward ourselves and others.

Comment by wiffledust on March 3, 2012 at 4:12pm

that's cool, kimberlyann! i think it's the only way to live. i think if our perspectives are not shifting, then we are not living consciously. you can see in politics and elsewhere how easy it is to get stuck in one neuropathway. it's so bad for us. we need to use our whole brain!

Comment by Kimberlyann De Angelo on March 3, 2012 at 1:36pm

My perspective shifts everyday, because every day holds a mirror to see self in other and other in self.  I know that whenever I stray from the Center of my beginning, I am returned to see I had not been seeing clearly.  Sometimes I can rebel against this and become cynical, until I come upon the mirror of my negativity that makes me dig to see where it is really coming from.  Until, yet again, I am humbled and grounded.

Comment by wiffledust on March 1, 2012 at 5:41pm

my perspective shifted today on the haves and the have nots. i increasingly am seeing that the haves have no clue about how the have nots struggle. they are not only cold, but they are uninformed. i want to make a bigger effort to inform about poverty in america. that it's not only there, but what it is, what it means to live that way....

Comment by wiffledust on February 21, 2012 at 9:58am

ok, ericka, but you have to tell us how your perspective SHIFTED. for example, did you like him before and don't now? yes, that part was creepy. but my shift changed when i learned more about what makes tony do what he does. tell us something where your perspective shifted. doesn't have to be about tony....but it could...

Comment by Ericka Gray on February 21, 2012 at 9:16am

I watched part of the Tony Robbins show last night and found that it was very cult like. With the pumping up the audience before the show with exercise girls and the people jumping up and down. It really creeped me out.

Comment by Carla Royal on February 20, 2012 at 2:35pm

I didn't like Tony Robbins back in the day either, but I agree with your observations now, Lisa.  I've been watching him for about a year now and I'm pretty impressed.


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