Making a good choice is the best way of making a change in life, but most people make their choices based on what they do not want, instead of what they do want. This is because of the way we feel about what we do not want.
Because our 5 senses are dependent on each other to determine a choice that we make, once a feeling choice is made about what we do not want, all of our senses are aligned with this choice. Believe it or not, by aligning our senses with what we do not want, we get more of it.
When we were born we did not come with an instruction manual. This left our ability to learn in the hands of people who were subject to what they didn't want.
We were born sensory beings. This means we had the ability to wholly sense, or use our senses as one. This gave us the natural ability to feel the emotional impact of actions and reactions of those who we looked to for our well-being and love. Choices that were made for us, if they were based on fear, guilt, anger, or were inconsistent, were impressed in our psyche through our inno-sense, or the ability to wholly sense.
We are a product of who taught us the early lessons in life, and many of the choices we make now are based on what we sensed or picked up on before the we learned it was possible to make our own choices. The belief that we cannot make a choice to have what we want in our life is just a belief, and beliefs can change. But our ability to make another choice will never change. We entered the world with it.
The evolutionary shift in consciousness is one that will focus on learning how to make better choices and decisions. Because it is time to look at our decisions and choices, it is also time to look at how we are emotionally attached to what we do not want. Because it is our emotions that direct our choices, it is important to look at what is the emotional payoff is for making a choice that leads to what we do not want.
We have the God given Right to be happy. When we were exposed to a mother or father early in life that was depressed or unhappy, we will believe this is natural, and feeling happy will be alien to us. We will know that something is wrong, but we will not be able to put our finger on what it is.
When we are not happy, generally we want to change our outer circumstances. We mistakenly believe that if someone else would change, this would make our life better. But the problem is not out there, it is in here, and no amount of changing someone or something else will fix us. The problem lies in the choice not to be happy, which may or may not have been made before we could make this choice for ourselves. Thus, a sensory/emotional shift would be necessary, which would allow us to see what the problem really is. By recognizing the problem lies in choice, and not in the outer world, this places us back in control of our own destiny.
Being happy means that a correction in the application of what is appreciated must be addressed. When we focus on what we do not want, believe it or not, it is a form of appreciation. Because what we appreciate we love, and what we love we receive more of, it is important to recognize where our appreciation lies. Because appreciation and understanding come together as one, a new choice for what is appreciated is called for. This shift in awareness will begin to place us in charge of our own life.