How to break out of your repetitive cycles
Updated: Mar 4, 2019
Behavioral patterns are just flows of energy stuck in a cycle, embedded into your cellular memory and they can be negative and destructive or positive and constructive, life giving or life sucking. On a subconscious level we repeat these patterns … How many times have you made the same mistakes over and over? How many times have you found yourself come full circle in life, as in years later you find yourself right back to where you started?
And sometimes we subconsciously repeat patterns that have been demonstrated by family members, our mom or dad, brother or sister. For example, when it comes to substance abuse, divorce, choices in men or women, etc…
How do you break the cycle? Awareness and action. If you want different results then you need to do something different. This can go for all areas of your life. Sounds simple, but it’s far from easy. However, it is possible. We all know the quote, “be the change you want to see in this world.” Start by becoming the change in your circle first, whether it’s with family or friends, start there. Be the change, break the cycle. Enhance your awareness of yourself and it will shift your perspective to new levels.
Possibilities and what you’re capable of is limitless, break through that imaginary ceiling you’ve been staring at and soar to new heights.
I’ve spent the past two years breaking generations of destructive cycles and discovering I am far more capable than I’ve ever given myself credit for. I’ve integrated tools in my life like yoga, SRI (body breath integration), Reiki and relationships that serve as a reminder on those days it seems harder than others. All of these things ground me and remind me of what’s true.
What’s no longer serving you? Do you have cycles that need to be broken? Who or what keeps you grounded and seeing truth?