- William E. Leigh III
Soma Session 6
Quit, just stop, you don’t need to do that anymore.
We do so many things in our lives that are just not productive, effective or even enjoyable. At one time we began to do these things for some important reason. Then we continue to spend the energy because we have agreed to some subconsciousness program. This program is running on its own, lost its sense of direction and even importance in our lives. It is now extremely important to satisfy this invisible program, even though we don’t where it came from or why it exists. And we just continue running on the wheels following the predefined path regardless where it is going.
Sometimes it is important to take a moment in our lives and just quit. We have to choose to honor ourselves and consciously quit all the unnecessary activity in our lives. Even though we deeply believe that all this unnecessary activity is extremely important; we just need to quit anyway, for just a short while. Even if we quit a few of the important things also.
Quitting is difficult. The subconscious programs are strong, and we are deeply invested into them. It is because of the strength they have over us, that we need to consciously question their importance. Furthermore, we really don’t know the difference between what is important and what is unnecessary. We believe that everything that we do is so important that quitting any of it will create havoc in our lives.
When we take a moment to quit, we give ourselves the time necessary time and emotional balance necessary to reevaluate our activities. Then we can consciously choose what is productive, effective and enjoyable. We can write new subconscious programs and improve the quality of our lives.
Soma session 6, reorganizes that back line. The front line represents our natural power to move forward, the back line represents our ability to stop. Remodeling the back line enhances one’s ability to stand straight, clearly see the world around them and redefine their priorities.
So, take a break from your life. Just quit.