By Cameran Hadlock
There are times in your life when you realize something and it just seems to make more sense. These times are often called “aha!” moments. These realizations may happen at the same time as the event or it may happen later as you are contemplating what you’ve experienced. Usually, these “aha!” moments come about because of new learning and action. Together, action and learning help create a powerful teaching tool.
I have recently experienced one of these “aha!” moments. While I was studying the “Family Time and Money Freedom” home study course by Leslie Householder, I learned about the laws of polarity and relativity. These laws are fantastic! The law of polarity states that in every bad situation there is equal good to be found in it. Not only that, but the law of relativity states that I am the one who gets to choose if the situation will be negative or positive.
You see, when something happens it is neither good nor bad, it just “is”. It is a fact, an event that has no automatic judgment or emotion as a part of it. We as human beings choose the meaning that goes with it. This means that each one of us has the power to turn any negative situation into a positive. Something humanity needs much more of, meaning seeing the positive in world events.
Now, let’s go back to my own “aha!” moment. As I was studying and applying the laws of relativity and polarity I realized something very important. I realized, “aha!”, that my life had become much more stable and consistent during that time. My emotions were under my direct control. I realized that those two laws had given me an anchor and a helm to feel what I wanted to feel and not feel what I didn’t want to feel. I saw clearly that I now had the power and understanding to choose to see the good and experience positive emotions, no matter what was going on around me. “Aha!”
The best part about this is you can experience moments of “aha!” too. Once you have learned something, deepen that learning by combining it with action. Apply what you have learned and your learning will deepen and expand and new possibilities and ideas will open-up to your mind. Once you have taken action, next, ponder or think about your experience and what you can learn from it. You can do this by talking to someone about it, writing it down in a journal or an article like this one, or you can quietly talk to yourself in your own mind.
Each time you follow these steps, you will be granted an opportunity to experience an “aha!” moment where your understanding becomes clearer and deeper. You then can give something unique and of greater value to those around you.
Commit to making this change. Do it now!