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So how do 22 THE POWER OF INSIGHT I not chase my tail? ” If the dog says this, we know that he hasn’t really understood. The reality is that every person has this source of insight within them. You have everything you need to bring you to clarity. As you read this book for an insight, you may occasionally find yourself feeling particularly clear, calm and peaceful. That sense of clarity can be one of the signs that you’re being impacted, so enjoy it when it comes and relax when it doesn’t. And what’s so great about insight?
The fact that he spent the major portion of the flight feeling fine meant that he wasn’t afraid of flying; he was experiencing something else entirely. The pain withdrawal reflex is an involuntary response that moves your body (or part of your body) away from a source of pain. 48 THE PSYCHOLOGICAL IMMUNE SYSTEM If you’ve ever accidentally touched a candle flame or a hot stove, you’ve experienced the pain withdrawal reflex. e. not under your conscious control), it’s still mediated by THOUGHT. A person who is under the influence of drink or drugs will not always exhibit the response, and people can actually be conditioned to override it.
So how does knowing this help us? And what does it have to do with clarity? It turns out that the biggest obstacle to clarity is the result of a kind of “mental magic trick”. Like so many magic tricks, its workings have been a secret until now. But it’s time to reveal how the trick works… keep exploring ✣ connect with others share your discoveries ✣ deepen your understanding Thought experiment: Take a few moments to look around you. Tune in to whatever sounds you hear, and become aware of any tactile sensations you can feel.