Why a flooded basement was good for Mary Shores
Was was Mary
pleased delighted when she got flooded and all the contents of her basement were flooded?
What if the basement (or cellar as we call them) was a metaphor for your mind?
I have heard this before with people who has 10,000 unopened emails.
You are subconsciously carrying round all this junk in your head.
You need to deal with this ALL THE TIME.
We also talk about uncomfortable emails, people taking control of their own health and lives in general.
I also reported on the book "Wilful blindness" which I started reading.
Mary likes to sleep (always good), take a good bubble bath and - shock horror - read books to find out stuff.
Get Conscious Communications by Mary Shores
I can't... I'm not good enough... I'll never find what I want...
How often do you consider the strain these negative and limiting statements have on your mind, choices, and life? The persistent messages you repeat can frame your thoughts and trap you in a mind-set that can be difficult to break. Whether you realize it or not, the words you use are the architects of your life.
After years of personal experience and research, entrepreneur and communications specialist Mary Shores realized that there is a life-changing theme persistent throughout ancient traditions and spiritual foundations that is also supported by scientific professionals. They all agree on one recurring truth: Words have the power to create and transform.