Why Do Negative Patterns or Experiences Keep Repeating in Your Life No Matter How Hard You Try
A good example is having the same repeating pattern happen in relationships, attracting the same type of person who treats you the same way. Even though after the last one, you swore you would never be with anyone like that again. Or you see people who might have a repeating pattern with a job, no matter where they go and who their boss is – they get treated poorly or under-appreciated which diminishes their sense of self-worth.
As these repeating patterns keep occurring in your life, the consciousness or “thought form” grows in power from the repeated negative experiences and emotions that you are feeding it. The “thought form” starts to take on a life if its own and starts to be conscious of itself within you, learning your reactors and triggers. It gets very smart at setting you up to keep feeling these emotions/feelings and (worst case scenario) can manifest into an internal entity. This is where you see people behaving in ways that they realise mentally are no good for themselves or perhaps even others, but feel they have no control. It can be such a compulsion that it’s very difficult to stop – which in turn can lead to mental illness, compulsive behaviour and voices in the head in extreme cases.
Ever arrived somewhere new and found it intensely familiar? Or wondered why re-current themes play out in your life?Ever arrived somewhere new and found it intensely familiar? Or wondered why re-current themes play out in your life? We unconsciously carry forward ‘memories’ of our experiences, attitudes and relationships, both pleasant and traumatic, from previous lifetimes to the present one.
These “memories” can also come down the genetic line from your ancestors. Just like genetic disease can be passed down the family tree, science has now proven (what the Aboriginals and other indigenous cultures have known for thousands of years) that emotional trauma can also be passed down (today called epigenetics) from cell to cell and be affecting you in your life today. What your ancestors experienced, you can carry in your cells and subconscious.
Man, by his very act of thinking, through his dreamtime and through his created thoughts, manifests an internal universe into a created reality. The universe allows man to create anything he wants to experience and it does not judge, it does not blame, it does not create guilt, but it does have laws.
…only by you living out that experience directly will you ever understand the experience as the giver and receiver, which in turn keeps balance.The laws of LORE are that man is responsible for his thought, word, deed and action and whatever you create, you in return must experience for yourself in a lifetime – and only by you living out that experience directly will you ever understand the experience as the giver and receiver, which in turn keeps balance.
For example, someone who has spent a lifetime being angry towards someone will have the opportunity in this life or another lifetime to experience being the victim of such negative behaviour. We keep reincarnating to learn specific lessons, such as patience, non-violence, and charity. All of our actions create consequences that must eventually be dealt with. As the universe is based on balance, there will always be an equal opposite.
Western man internalises his thoughts, his feelings and his dreams creating imbalances, as described above, evolve to create an effect or block either physically, mentally, emotionally or spiritually. In contrast, the original Australian Aboriginal would externalize his thoughts, his feelings and his dreams, through his dance and through his songs.