Spring Cleaning Your Brain: Why Change Takes So Long

No matter where you happen to be in the world, no matter what season, I bet we can all agree that the time for change is here.

You cannot bring in the new without pitching the old, but it's not that simple is it?

I mean, if we could just take a vacuum cleaner to our brain and then after 15 minutes pronounce ourselves new shiny and clean and then take the day off we'd all be doing that (or at least I know I would be ;).

But if you want real change you've got to be committed. But committed to what?

How do you know if you are doing the right thing, the right practice, reading the right things?

How do you know if what you are doing is working?

When is your brain, heart, mind, Spirit refreshed and how does it happen?

Luckily I've got you covered in that department. Change might as well be my middle name. And my speciality, in this lifetime, is bridging the gap between science and spirituality. (Did you know I got a BA in Psychology and got my highest grades were in Neurological Psychology? I ACTUALLY studied Psychology because as a 18 year old I bet that "90% of what we think is wrong." Not sure what I think about that 90% now, but it doesn't matter ;)

This week on the Sunday Service I will be giving you the in's and out's of what it actually takes to change and why sometimes it seems to take so long (I can hear the groans and see the eye rolls now. Haha! But hopefully after Sunday you will no longer feel like it's "taking forever".)