We all become what we believe
by Lisa A. Romano
George Bernard Shaw states, “The single biggest problem in communication is the illusion that has taken place.”
Humans are said to be 95% unconscious 95% of the time—HOLY CRAP!
Seriously?!?! Without our conscious knowledge, we all project to a degree what we THINK we hear other people saying because all that we hear must pass through our TRAUMA FILTER.
If we were programmed to believe we were unworthy, in conversations with others this is the echo we will hear reverberating through every syllable the person we are talking to utters.
Today, do what you can to drop your guard, open your heart, and listen. You might hear someone say something passive-aggressive, or you might even hear yourself project your wounds and your fears onto others as well, OR—you just might hear something loving, compassionate, encouraging, uplifting, and empathetic.
When we learn to believe we are enough, it is far easier to notice flowers, the sun, butterflies, smiles, laughter, and joy.
Have you ever heard something that was not actually said, or read a text that did not say what it is said because you were triggered the moment you read the text or heard what you heard?
I know I have—