Reset Unproductive Behaviors

Do you have any unproductive behaviors in your life? If you don’t, you are the exception. Most of us have unproductive habits.

dizzying wheel unproductive behavior metaphor

How is Your Life Colored Now, and How Can You Change the Colors?

Much of what colors your world or what determines your actions has been created by generations of habitual thinking. Here’s an example.

The Callahan Curse

A friend was telling me about the Callahan Curse that dictates her family. She said, “When a member of the Callahan family buys a new lamp, by the time they get home from the store, it’ll be broken.”

I looked at her and said, “Gosh, you really want to own that one? You want to keep that?”

“Oh, but it’s a family thing. You know, it’s the Callahan Curse.”

I said, “You know, you don’t even use the Callahan name anymore, and you’re still keeping the curse!” Her mother no longer carries that name either.

So What Do You Do?

The facts are the facts, and these are things that you need to pay attention to.

You need to pay your bills. You need to take care of a broken ankle. You need to take care of circumstances that happen around you, whether they are created by your status quo thinking or something else.

This is where you can get the color from. You can look in your heart. And you can use that vibrational motion.

I mean, think about it. Color has vibration. The colors you can see with your eyes have a frequency of 405-790 terahertz.

When you create a vibration within yourself, within your heart, you are creating your own personal color of who you are.

You’ve walked into a room, and over here are the curmudgeons, and over there are the bright, cheery people. Each group is creating their own vibration. Being curmudgeonly is a choice (though it can be a hard habit to break), but it’s not in anybody’s nature.

You can choose to associate with cheery people.

Color wavelengths

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