Repetitive Thought Programs

Repetitive thought programs tend to be self-limiting and are often the by-product of an identity crisis. They stem from a sense of lack – lack of well-being, financial security, hope, joy, peace, etc. Like a crouching monster trying to steal what is yours, negative, repetitive, self-limiting thought programs will make you feel unsettled and restless, even fearful. Living with such unkind emotions will change how you view the world and your place in it. If you don’t exculpate them, they will become like cancer cells, taking over every organ in your being. When this happens, the trajectory of your life will be greatly altered.

What do negative, repetitive thought programs sound like? Here are a few examples.

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“I was born at the wrong time, and to the wrong parents.”

“I’m always having to submit to the drives, desires and intentions of others.”

“It isn’t my fault.”

“I didn’t do anything bad.”

“I’m right.”

“What did I do to deserve this?”

“Why me?” 

“I’m a survivor!”

“I would have never married that man, chosen that career path, put on weight, started drinking if only my mom, dad or ex-husband did or didn’t do….”

“It was his fault that this happened to me and I am the way I am.”

“I’ll never get the dream job, get out of debt, kick this addiction, lose weight…”

“Everything worthwhile I start, I never finish.”

“This world is wrecked and there is nothing I can do about it.”

“I’m damaged because my parents were.”

“I’m unlovable.”

“I don’t know how to forgive.”

“I’m afraid to take risks because I might lose everything.”

“I’m a loner.”

“I’m overly sensitive, vulnerable and can’t protect myself.”

“I give up on trying to do good because there’s no point.”

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What are the emotions that these thought programs produce?















-A nagging sense of unease

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Where does the list of lack – that long list of things you feel are missing from your life – come from? By replaying certain stories, narratives, hurtful experiences. Replaying them only serves to re-traumatize you and produce the emotions listed above. No one is designed to carry the weight of such unkind emotions and thought programs.

What you need to know is that the re-telling, not the actual events, are what is hurting you.

Maybe you are stuck focusing on what is going wrong in your life and not what is going right.

Are you possibly taking on the identity, pain, shame and prejudices of others? This often happens when you are young.

All of the above cause discord deep within us. How could they not. It is not the truth of who you are.

You have the power to become whoever you choose to be by exculpating the self-limiting thought programs that take hold while under the influence of an identity crisis. Doing so will allow your true identity to surface. The numbing fog that has settled in your life, causing you to suffer, can be lifted. 

How do you do this? By gathering evidence to the contrary. Go back in time to your first memory of something that went right in your life. Put a list together. It could be a neighbor who did something nice for you. Maybe the grocery clerk took the time to look you in the eye and smile at you, even asked you how your day was. What about your gardener, IT guy or maintenance man? Did anyone ever come to your rescue to fix something you couldn’t? That is an act of kindness even if you paid for it. Showing up is a one-half of th equation. Doing so with a smile and can-do attitude is the other half.

Within your heart and soul resides the ‘knowing’ of who you are. It is where your own self-signature sits. As spiritual beings, we must maintain the flow of energy from our heart and soul to our head. When we sit in a dirty swamp of bad thoughts and a growing sense of lack, we create a type of back-up or clog that disrupts this flow. This back up crisis disables not only your self-recognition mechanism you are all born with, but it hinders your ability to ‘see’ yourself and the world around you clearly. You begin living a tainted reality. This is why you feel as if you are not in control of your life and emotions and feel small, vulnerable, lost and afraid or unable to create real change. That is because you’ve stepped out of the seat of your soul and are free falling through life, and instead, attaching to false narratives and a long list of lies.

The containment of these thought programs is what is responsible for the mounting regrets, mistakes and misfortunes in people’s lives. Most people don’t realize that the containment is their choice point. 

Feeling as if someone or something outside of yourself is controlling your happiness is your call to action. Consider it a blessing that you’ve been given a warning sign before it’s too late. It’s your signal that you are suffering unnecessarily and have the power to stop it. 

It takes both human and Divine activity to exculpate these thought programs, but it can be done. Millions of people across the globe just like you are taking back their lives.

No one outside of yourself is to blame for who you are or why you got to at this point in life. 

Become your own rescuer. It’s time to take personal responsibility for the outcome of your life!

“A happy person is not a person in a certain set of circumstances, but rather a person with a certain set of attitudes.” Hugh Downs

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