What Holds You Captive?

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What Holds You Captive?

Written by: Alicia J. Alexander, President of The Image Works Corporation

(East Providence, RI, USA, June 3, 2014) The words a person has in their “Mental Data Bank” governs all of their behavior and speech. Your cognition, core knowledge, and captivation filled with empowering life-giving words will cause you to triumph in every area of your life in equilibrium. Hence, it is necessary to take inventory of our attitude on daily basis.

 

Do we manifest love, joy and, peace in equilibrium? Or, do we need to forgive ourselves in a specific are of existence? Or, is someone within our sphere of influence due forgiveness? Do we need to rethink an assignment given to us by a superior? Alternatively, do we need to hear, say and do something positive for someone in our sphere of influence translating, as doing something good for ourselves? Remember, what we do for someone else (whether good or evil) always will return to us.

 

When anything other than “love, joy, and peace” holds you captive, the action plan is to take a “Mental Data Bank” inventory. Quickly let the hurt go through forgiveness and change your attitude by meditating on “the good” that you know. This is the method to recover in your attitude. A great statement to achieve your equilibrium is, “I forgive you and I love you.” Now, watch the “Love, Joy, and Peace” begin to grow in your cognition, core knowledge, and captivation.

TheIWC_AJA‘s insight:

Your cognition, core knowledge, and captivation filled with empowering life-giving words will cause you to triumph in every area of your life in equilibrium. Hence, it is necessary to take inventory of our attitude on daily basis.

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