MBS Spiritual and Wellbeing Show vol1 - Page 39

“Getting your Bars run” describes a typical “defragging” session. This can be done in a reclining chair or on a massage table. Almost everyone falls asleep – a deep theta sleep. And it’s OK to snore. No one will care. This will be your time to totally receive, relax and renew. Sounds heavenly already doesn’t it? When was the last time you had a good night’s sleep? Restorative sleep is an absolute necessity to our well being. Or an hour to yourself with no interruptions?

All this happens in an hour! No more long hours on the psychiatrist’s couch (not that there’s anything wrong with that) trying to figure things out. You can relax and change at the same time. The session continues to work after getting your Bars run because more things continue releasing each day.

What would it look like if you couldn’t wait to get to work every day? Can you really wake up joyful each morning? What if you had so many new ideas to contribute to your job that you didn’t know where to start? Is it possible to not take things personally? What if things were not right or wrong, or good or bad? What if they were just ideas with no judgment? Oh my!

Can we really allow co-workers and bosses to be who they are without resisting and reacting, or aligning and agreeing (all that polarity)? What would it take for your life to be easier?

I know, some of this sounds so “outside the box” doesn’t it? Well, it can actually happen by getting your Bars run. It’s so easy. How does it get any better than that? What else is possible? Get your Bars run and put the “joy” back in “job”. Or life. Or your family. Or whatever.

Have you ever wondered why you keep choosing the same things in your life that don’t really work for you? Why would you choose a job that starts early in the morning when you are not a morning person? Or why choose a job that is 100% working inside when you love being outdoors? Why would you work for a male boss when you know you work better with a female boss? Why do certain attributes of your coworkers always get on your nerves? Does constructive criticism always leave you feeling “less than”?