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How to Finish Your Day Well
Jul 08

How to Finish Your Day Well

How to Finish Your Day Well

Hi, my name is Dr. Troy Giles. I’m a Doctor of Chiropractic and today I had a friend come in and talk to me about how he had had an issue in his life where he felt pretty upset. There was a negotiation, a business dealing that kind of went south on him and as I was listening to him talk I was thinking about what I tell patients at the end of the day what they do. What should you do at the end of the day before you go to bed? You know, before I lay me down to sleep, I give my soul to thee. You know that little saying or that little prayer. Literally, before you go to bed, when you have been offended by somebody, or during the day, how many times are we offended? How many times do we take offense at that thing? You’ve heard me talk about the Mickel therapy, where when you feel an emotion that you express the emotion right when you feel it. You sense it. Hey that makes me feel bad what you just said. Well I need to let you know that makes me feel bad. Be honest, be right with it. Bring it out right when it happens. Those off chances, when you don’t do that, and even when you do express it immediately, if you’d lay down before you go to bed, think of what took place. Okay, this person offended me today. I feel bad about it, I want to let it go so that it doesn’t go into my hard drive. Right now it’s in my ram. It’s in my random access memory. It’s in my conscious mind. But when you go to sleep, your body imprints it onto the hard drive. It becomes part of your subconscious emotions. Being part there makes you feel stressed and uptight. So what we want to do is before you go to bed, first off think about what took place. Okay, this person offended me. Alright, now I’m going to take a deep breath in and I’m going to hold it. As I’m holding my breath, I want to hold it as long as I can. I want to go through a forgiveness process, forgive myself for the feelings that I feel towards this other person, maybe they offended me so not that it’s my fault, but that I need to let it go. So I’m forgiving myself for feeling badly about this person having offended me. I forgive myself. I forgive the other person. Maybe they are coming from a program. They’re coming from a program of scarcity. So they are doing something and it offends me, so I am forgiving myself number one. On the other side of this forgiveness is forgiving them and then allowing other people who I have offended, or who I have affected through that day, I’m going to allow them to forgive me. So you’re creating a circle of forgiveness. I forgive myself, forgive the person who offended me, and I’m going to allow these people to forgive me, who I offended. By the way this guy treated me, I now was an uptight person and all these people were affected. I’m  going to allow everybody to be forgiven. As you do that, it changes the whole energy pattern. It runs away from and gets out of your random access memory, your ram, your conscious mind, and allows it to go to bed. Go away from you before you go to bed. That way it doesn’t imprint into your subconscious and is there and now part of your programming. So that’s a good way, a good conscious was to let your stuff go at the end of every night before you go to bed. You will be freed up. It’s amazing how that happens. I just gave that to you. I hope you have a great weekend. I hope these help you to be able to see these so you have a good weekend. So until next time, have a good one.

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