You Are Not A Robot

Most of us don’t even realize it, but we’ve all been programmed to react in certain ways during certain situations. For example, think about how you react when someone treats you nicely as opposed to when someone treats you poorly.

Do you think you came up with those reactions yourself? Of course not. They were programmed into you by the mass consciousness and society’s not-so-gentle coaxing. This is why some of your reactions are so automatic and require very little thinking. This is also why you think you don’t have a choice. But do you really believe you don’t have a choice? Do you really want to be on this common programming that everyone else is on? Why is it then that you’ve allowed your programmed reactions to come this far with you on your journey?

You are a Divine Creative Being. This means you have the freedom to choose not to be a programmed robot. Remember, when it’s about you, you get to call the shots. You get to create your own responses, which in turn will create your own reality. You don’t have to settle for society’s reality. You don’t have to allow your reactions to be determined by some standard chosen for you.

Just because someone pushes your buttons doesn’t mean you have to respond all nasty and such. Someone else’s negative actions does not have to draw out a negative reaction from you. You can choose to respond in a completely unexpected way! This is what creativity is all about and you may end up surprising even yourself when you put it to good use.

Ok, I know. This may be easier said than done. But you can start by simply questioning all of your reactions and considering if some of them could actually be programmed into you.

Remember, you are upholding status quo the more you continue to cherish the programs you are on. I’m pretty sure you don’t want to be that mindless drone. No one does. So stop letting the world choose your reactions for you. Get creative and choose your own reaction to things.

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