I bet some part of you, deep down in your core is desiring change.
So if a party parades down that road, guess what you are thinking? "Hey, what's going on out there? It sounds like fun but I can't see fun because I can only see what's inside my Box Head."
That's where most of us function... in the small circle of our heads where we have drawn conclusions about how anything can play out. We don't see fun, because we don't feel like our life is fun. We don't expect great things, because we plan for the worse outcome - telling ourselves that we are doing so in order not to be disappointed. Well, isn't that expecting disappointment then? Of course it is.
SHIFT HAPPENS. No matter what you are thinking, you are always shifting. And because you have free will, you get to choose what shift you are in and what shows up. If throughout your day your thoughts shift between pointing the finger of blame, judging others, controlling others and manipulation... then that's some nasty shift you have going on. And if you are always shifting into feelings of frustration, boredom, anger, pain, and overwhelm - it becomes more and more difficult to shift out of that.
IMAGE STREAMING TO REWIRE YOUR BRAIN: Image streaming is a great process, especially if you are not visual. Win Wenger PhD. developed the process of Image Streaming in the 1990's as a method of increasing brain activity in below par students. Here's the science behind the process: Everything your five senses perceive is filtered through your inner brain, then sent through your prefrontal lobes behind your forehead. Next it filters into your cerabrum and is stored. As it travels across your forehead, you see images, color blobs or shapes (the human brain does NOT store word, numbers or alphabet, ONLY images). So here is the cool part. When you use your voice to describe what you see, translating that visual / thought energy into sound waves, your ears translate it into electrical pulses and send this information to your left brain - which then sends it to your right brain to process it into thought. This is called a feedback loop, and when you do this, all parts of your brain light up. 15 to 30 minutes of this type of activity can be compared to working out with weights for a few hours, making this exercise unlike any other kind of mind work. This exercise can be done alone, but is best with a partner.
This process helps you tap into the matrix of information as used in distant healing, remote viewing and quantum physics. KEY in this exercise is the breathing technique where you are taking in half-breaths. This half-delivery of oxygen forces the brain to only partially shut down, turning of background chatter. As you descent from a fully active brain level (Beta) to day dream level (Alpha), you access 2 more levels of brain activity - Theta (deep meditation, no directed thoughts) - or Delta (deep sleep). Albert Einstein used a variation of this process where he held a pencil in his fingers that when dropped, would wake him up.
Once you learn the process, you can use it to help you figure out problems or get creative ideas.
This is an exercise that I often have participants do in classes I facilitate in my home. It has provided a wealth of information for those who are stuck in conclusion.