Have you ever been in a position where you were going to get what you wanted and somehow you sabotaged it?

Maybe you didn’t realize that you did that, but if you just sat back and thought about it, you would admit that you did.

Unconsciously we get nervous when the unfamiliar comes into our lives, and if we are used to things going wrong, then… when GOOD, HAPPY, and SATISFIED show up we say (subconsciously):  “Whoa! put the brakes on Bucko!!”

The video I am sharing with you is a Cawfee Tawk I did a few months ago with my Tidy Tutor Insiders. I thought I would share it with you.

It is about how we have trained the body to be the mind and how the body wants to survive more than anything. That is why when things become unfamiliar we want to run away screaming from it because the body thinks it’s being threatened.

This happens even if what we are living with is not good for us, like sleeping too late to get your day started on the right foot, being overweight, or even staying in an abusive relationship.

The body is so accustomed to the familiar that it would rather stay in what was bad for us than move to what is better because it doesn’t have the ability to reason and understand that change is not a threat to it.  It just wants to survive and if you’re surviving in a bad state, the body believes it’s better than dying because of a change.

It isn’t unusual for us to want something but do the exact opposite, all because we have allowed the body to be in charge instead of our spirit.

In the video, I talk about how we can break the habit of sabotage and create a new way of doing things. I call it “Being Our Own Mommies”

I look forward to hearing what you think about this video, and I would love to know what things you see that you would like to change, despite your body’s efforts to sabotage it.