"Free and critical minds can emerge only by a return to the source-the primary sources. A free and critical mind takes nothing for granted and is not intimidated by "authorities" who frequently may be more confused than the general public. Free and critical minds seek truth without chauvinism or shame." - Dr. Asa G. Hilliard III (1)



“One single bit of information, if missing, incomplete, out of order or just plain wrong, has the potential to significantly alter thought processes, conclusions, decisions and behaviors, even when that one single logic entry exists in a sea of accuracy.”


Sunday, April 17, 2016

Adjust Transform The Habit To Change Kick The Habit
Unity Consciousness #663

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First You Must Adjust Transform Context

A habit is the same thing as logic.
Everything is a habit because everything is the result of a sequence of motions and the repetition of those motions.
Improve your understanding of this context and you will improve your ability to change kick many habits.

Kicking Against The Pricks

For some habits, it is not easy to kick the habit for the same reason it is not easy to kick against the pricks.

Pricks are pointed sticks. These sticks were placed behind oxen and leaned towards them to teach ox not to sit while tied to the hitch (because being hitched means it's time to move forward and work). If the ox did try to sit or kick against the pricks, the ox quickly got the painful point.

Pricks are the same thing as logic pointed in one direction that resists logic moving in the opposite direction. There is a type of pain associated with every change of habit.

What Does This Mean For You & Your Habits?

Every habit you have, “good” or “bad”, is already leaning in each of those directions – leaning in a good direction or leaning in a bad direction. You might be trying to change a habit but you know, it ain't easy. It ain't easy because the natural flow of information and energy is already firmly established that created the habit in the first place. Now you must reverse that flow by establishing and sustaining adjusted information. This is a more fundamental understanding of what it takes to change kick a habit. Therefore, in order to change kick a habit, you must change your logic so that your internal motions naturally move in the opposite direction over and over again until your logic produces the thoughts you want in order to produce the behaviors you want in order to change a habit.

Picking Which Habit Pricks To Kick

There are “good” pricks and there are bad “pricks.”
Some pricks are there to remind you to do or not do something bad for you.
Some pricks are there to remind you to do or not do something good for you.
These pricks are determined by the direction they are pointing and encouraging you to move in.

In other words, pricks are logic processes leaning and moving in the opposite direction you are currently leaning or moving.
This is why it is hard to kick habits – good or bad.
This is why, instead, your habits must be adjusted transformed.

This means behavior related to the habit must be adjusted transformed.
Before this can happen, thoughts that produce these behaviors must be adjusted transformed.
Before this can happen, processes which produce thoughts must be adjusted transformed.
Before this can happen, logic must be adjusted transformed.
Before this can happen, information must be adjusted transformed because logic operates based on information.
This information gets its energy, impetus and incentive from spirit. Spirit is energy, impetus and incentive. Spirit is the energy impetus incentive that powers all things. Spirit is the energy impetus incentive that fuels logic. Thus, spirit is the incentive, impetus energy that fuels habits. Thus, spirit is the impetus incentive energy that helps us adjust transform the habit.

When you decide which spirit you are going to follow and add that decision to your free will power, you can adjust transform habits (This sentence is the first step to change kick a habit).

It's not going to be easy, but it is going to be possible. (UC#596)

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