For years I’ve noticed it.
People come into a training with me to learn the Theatre of the Mind process.
Some of the peoples’ faces look happy and excited to be at the event. They’re also curious as to how it will go.
Then there are some who are sort of caught in between happy and sad. You could say they’re in neutral.
Naturally, there are also those who are flat out miserable. They’re in pain and you can see it. They’re carrying heavy burdens of one form or another.
Now, here’s what interesting: All three types of people I just described are in some kind of pain. All of them. Everyone has some secret anguish, some hidden internal scar, some traumatic emotional event that they’re still carrying around.
I’m not judging. I’m just stating the facts. And I can only SEE what I see because I’ve been there too – often. In fact, I’d be lying if I said there was nothing in my entire life that isn’t painful.
For example, I have a mother who no longer remembers that I’m her son. She cannot call me by name, even though I visit her regularly and do what I can to help her regain her brain.
Before I began to work on various energy points, the only words she had uttered in months were “yes” or “no.” That was it.
When I visit her now, most of the time she will speak at least one complete sentence. And she’ll smile or show emotion.
Sometimes she speaks quite a bit. And we’re always surprised to hear her voice.
My father and I view every tiny spark of life still in her, or that comes back momentarily as a huge breakthrough – but in the big scheme of things, it’s still painful to behold. It’s painful to watch your mother being pulled back into the earth.
But here’s the point of today’s message: On a daily basis, after cleaning the outside of my body in the form of a shower, I take time to go within and clean
the inside. I go into my mental movie theatre and observe images of the best days I ever had. Or I take a painful thorny experience and turn it into a rose.
Before I do Theatre of the Mind, my face has a neutral look. Afterward, my face glows.
And THIS, my friend, is the phenomena I’ve observed in my seminars for years. Regardless of whether you enter the room smiling, sad or neutral – you leave with a new face. You leave the room with the weight of the world removed from your shoulders.
The face change is not permanent. It’ll last a few days. Perhaps even a week or more. But if you don’t continue to “clean” on a regular basis, some other pain” is going to get you. It’s going to make you less radiant. It’s going to make your eyes dull.
But the moment you enter Theatre of the Mind and activate your automatic happiness switch, regardless of the pain from your past, regardless of the burdens you’re carrying – life will change for you – and the changes on the inside will be visible on the outside.
They show up in your face. They show up in your eyes. They show up in the field of energy that surrounds your body.
People notice. And they respond to you differently.
So keep this in mind: After every external morning shower, take time for an internal shower. It’ll change your face. And your life.
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