Write A New Script (#59)

Posted by on Sep 13, 2017 in Articles | Comments Off on Write A New Script (#59)

If you were to write a storybook of your life, what type would it be? An epic inspiring adventure novel or a description of how to stay under the radar?

Your title could be something like:

‘My Fulfilling Journey of Awesomeness”


‘Living the Conventional Life: How To Survive in Today’s World’.

The thing is, both are valid choices, and although many people say they want a fulfilling life, few really follow through with it. Following through requires the author to break out of the mold they put themselves in, which can be a little daunting.

Read on to see that the script you’ve been following in life is always open to change, and as the author you can edit it at any time.

“All the world’s a stage, and all the men and women merely players: they have their exits and their entrances…”                

                                                          -William Shakespeare

 Many words of the masters who have gone before us just seem like just that- words. If you don’t grasp the insight and deep meaning, you’re missing out on some great advice.

The truth is, Shakespeare had it right. You are playing a part, acting out your life scene by scene from a script based on your belief patterns and conditioning. That is, until you consciously take charge and realize that you’re the author and you can shelve the old story in place of a new one. It’s a process of realizing that there is much more to the world than meets the eye. And what you see is really just a result of the script as you created it in the past.

You can think of your role as the enactment of your existing neurological patterns. As they change, so does your script and therefore your experiences. Your thought patterns are impressed upon the energy matrix (much of which you can’t see) sort of like a cookie cutter that determines the form for your next experiences. So if you really want your story to change, look within.

Until next time,

Live Deeply,TM


PS If you are actually interested in writing a physical book, stay posted! I’ll be sending you information on how to do this with guidance from experienced authors.