Wayne Dyer states in his book, There’s A Spiritual Solution For Every Problem: “Great learning is an understatement! It takes great faith and courage to begin to view our lives in this way.”
Later, he goes on to say, “Our conditioning is so strong that we often have far greater faith in our problems than we do in our ability to no longer have them. We often display a much greater faith in the power of cancer, heart disease, or AIDS than we do in the power to heal them.”
To put it all in context, he says, “Our best thinking is exactly where all our so-called problems exist. If we couldn’t think about them, they would not exist.” And he adds, “You cannot send problems out of your life by attacking them or understanding them in more depth.”
What I find true in many cases is that we want to attack them, or prior to attacking them, we want to fully understand them and all the ramifications that may be involved. This is particularly true of disease. I know this from experience that studying it has little or no effect on healing, but it has a huge effect on continuing along that path.
Solutions require different thinking than examining or discussing the problem. As Albert Einstein said so well long ago, “The significant problems we face cannot be solved at the same level of thinking which created them.”
The easiest way to solve problems without losing our sanity is simply to acknowledge them as what they appear to be, bless them for what benefits they may contain, and then let go of them so that we can change our focus to solutions instead of focusing on problems. Once acknowledged and then appreciated, they become less of an issue already and this more naturally leads us toward the answers we thought we were seeking, but in truth, we were just beating the drum of the problem in lots of different ways. Hence, letting go is the best place to begin.
All Problems Are Mired In The Past. Solutions Are In The Present.
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