By Jan Tincher
Are you programmed?
How can you tell what programming you have in your
That's easy. Just look around your life and see what has
manifested. If it's happening -- manifested -- you have a
program in your mind that attracts it.
Now, don't go blaming yourself for what's happened, or not
happened, in your life. The same goes if you're ashamed of
what is manifesting in your life. Don't blame yourself or feel
shameful. Just read on and learn. This knowledge can
transform your life.
You did not choose your programming. I repeat, you did not
choose your programming. You must accept that before you
Programming is usually thrust upon us by the people in charge
of our care in our developmental years. Parents, teachers, peers,
mentors, movie stars or TV actors.
TIP: It doesn't matter who those people were or are -- there's
no need to get angry with them at this late date. They just, like,
lifted their programming off them and set it on you. Let's face it,
they couldn't, like, lift up someone else's programming and set it
on you nearly as well as they could their own, so they did their
own. That's what most people do. They try to make everyone
else's world fit theirs. Face it, you've caught yourself doing it,
too, haven't you?
Your life basically boils down to: What you are, is, who, or what,
you came into contact with when you were vulnerable and growing
up. It might not have been a person you actually know who
programmed you in some things. It could have been a favorite TV
show, radio personality, an idol of some sort, whatever.
But, guess what. You're not in that vulnerable stage so much
anymore. Now, you can make your own mature decisions. You
can now take charge of your life.
Now, you know that when you look at something, or think about
something, nothing is actually good or bad -- as in *nothing is good
or bad, but thinking makes it so.*
You can feel strongly about or for something, and probably do. On
the other hand, you won't have to walk too far to find someone who
feels strongly *against* what you feel strongly for. Who is to say
who is right? What if suddenly you saw the way he or she was
thinking about it, and realized, hey, THEY might be right! What
about what you felt strongly about? Did IT suddenly change? No,
what changed is how you looked at it, what you were thinking.
All you really need to know is whether the programming you've
grown up with is truthful or not. If it is programming that manifests
as love and peace, it is truthful. *Anything* else indicates some
degree of untruth. When you realize that, there will be more times
than not that you realize, "I can let this go. This anger, this
judgement, isn't what I want in my programming." And then, let
You need to let the untruthful programs come to conscious
awareness, then dissolve. This means that you have to let them
come into conscious awareness -- you have to think about them --
without resistance. After you've checked it out, YOU make the
decision to keep it, or to let it go. If it's something you *used* to
hate, don't jump up and down and get all bothered with it -- let it
go. If you get angry with it, you are keeping it. Let it go.
Do you feel you have to *be in control* of everything? Feel the
peace of *being in control* by making the decision to let it go.
Have this be your thought pattern: Feel the peace. Let it go. Feel
the peace. Let it go. Feel the peace. Let it go.
FEEL THE PEACE.