Testimonials

“Applying these words in my daily life has shown me the lies of the conditioning and programming I have received all throughout my life, which has set me free to speak the truth of that now with no attachment to concepts as knowedge.” R.S, Reiki Master, Virginia.

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"I loved the book. It is amazing that when in desperation of needed change … something happens that changes everything. Rigid honesty is what the 12 step program calls it, truth is what you call it.” James L, Drug Counselor, Tennessee.

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"This book answers many of the problems I had with anxiety and depression which was ruling my everyday life. I allow a simple thought to turn into such a nightmare and it is the foundation of an anxiety attack and depression. When the ‘thinking is thinking me’ syndrome that Edward points to was ‘caught,’ all that rubbish fell away. Reading this book was like defragging my brain." Mike, Tasmania

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Editorial Reviews Amazon.com:
"A New Consciousness Born, You are the Source is a hard-hitting, non-fiction book which addresses every aspect of our lives; it shows us the manner in which we are trapped in our thinking processes. The book is transcribed from live conversations with Phillip LeRoy and others. With this book’s formatting, you can be drawn into and become part of the conversation. The new consciousness that Edward speaks of is violence free, and he takes a step-by-step, simple approach that points to what we can do to bring forth peace into our lives and onto the planet."

Taking Responsibility is not Playing the Blame Game

Taking one hundred percent responsibility for everything in ones life is paramount for any person who has an interest in succeeding at what they propose to do. 100 percent of anything means “complete,” and when responsibility is complete, there is no room for fault or blame. There is only room for success.

For every action you take in your life or have taken or will take, you are the one who did it. Nobody else caused you to do it. With complete responsibility comes a sense of maturity when you end the blame and fault. Those two words, fault and blame, are anchors that keep us stuck in the mode of “victim.” We remain a victim as long we blame others, or even ourselves . We become a victim of our own thinking.

Words have a huge impact on everybody’s life, and most of us are trapped in the use of them. We are at the effect of words. For example, if you blame another for making you angry because they said something about you that you don’t like, you are controlled by the words.

Only when you take responsibility completely for everything in your life, and not shift the blame to another, can you be free. Free means you are not carrying the baggage of the past, and everything said is of the past.

The problem most people have with being responsible comes from childhood. We are trained to lie, which puts us into the “victim” mode instantly.  For when we lie, we begin the action of hiding so as not to be discovered as a liar.  Thus, “hiding” demands an excuse for the lie which calls for another lie, and this continues on and on, and we end up further and further into the abyss of victimhood.

Seeing and speaking the truth of being a victim is the action needed to escape the trap of being a victim. That action of taking responsibility 100 percent for your life will. catapult you into the domain of responsible and out of the domain of victim. 

Responsibility is then a cure for not only victimhood, but also, depression, stress, and the sense of loss a person feels when trapped inside of any of the dimensions that the words bring forth. Words have a life of their own, and inside that life we have become trapped. End the fault and blame game.

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If you would like to learn more about your possibility for Transformation or bringing forth a New Consciousness, perhaps visit my website: A New Consciousness Born. Edward Jones, New Consciousness Coach and Author.
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