Are You Running from Your Sensations?

Running from our sensations is the topic for this week.

It has been said that our emotions are the most informative aspects of our lives.  In that same way, our sensations, which are just a bit different from our emotions, also tell us a great deal.

Our sensations are our emotional response to events.  They are formed when we are quite small and they keep the ‘I can’t’ phenomenon in our belief system.  Our sensations are those built-in response systems which keep us in the belief system of our three-year-old selves.  They are followed by (if we listen very carefully) the worlds our parents or elders used to say and they carry with them our parents (or elders or siblings,  who, by the way, most likely are carrying our parents or elders beliefs and fears) .

And these wonderfully protective sensations are guiding us to create our lives with all of the fears and issues of our parents or elders.

Isn’t it about time to acknowledge these sensations?

Isn’t it about time to consider shifting these sensations?

Isn’t it about time to begin living our lives from the perspective of the adult ‘us’ rather than the ‘three-year-old’ us?

This week the topic of sensations is address on The Creating Cafe with my guest David Friedman.  Tune in Wednesday on WWNN Radio or Thursday to Blog Talk Radio to understand more about this limiting phenomenon.

Shift Your Perspective – Shift Your Belief – Shift Your Life Experience

This information is addressed in The Creating Formula.  To hear a chapter or two, go to

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One Response to “Are You Running from Your Sensations?”

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