Is Suffering a Choice?


Suffering is an inner game we create by our power of choice.” Dr. Jacent M Mpalyenkana, PhD, MBA.

Yes, yes, I know. It doesn’t sound fair, does it? I understand because I have gone through it all. And occasionally I choose to suffer. Because I believe the lie that suffering as an emotion is stronger than me. But then I remember what one of my many mentors told me: “Emotions are not facts.” They are psychological energetic manifestations that we create for different reasons.

The point is, we mistake hurt for suffering. You could be physically, mentally, or emotionally hurt. But suffering is an extension of the hurt in whichever ways the later manifests. Suffering is also perception. You conceive a situation, define it and then perceive it according to your programming. This also implies that you use your power of choice to choose how to perceive the situation. And you can perceive the same situation differently if you re-choose.

I have been in relationships with people who were very abusive: mentally, racially, emotionally and even physically. The more I related with these people, the more I got hurt. And the more I got hurt, the more I concluded that I was suffering. No one said that when you get hurt, you also must suffer. It was my personal inner game. I choose to expand on the hurt and define it as suffering.

I also know people who are addicted to suffering. They position themselves in situations that promote immerse emotional pain, which the egoistical mind uses to convince them that they are indeed suffering. These people seem to enjoy complaining about what is wrong more than taking the required actions to change their situations.

To be fair, let’s consider people who might experience unfavorable conditions, such as diseases that render them bedridden, those in prison, death of the loved ones, etc. Even then, the human soul has what it takes to isolate itself from the egoistical mind’s cruel manifestations, and focus on the positive. We see this at work in people such as Nelson Mandela, who was imprisoned for 27 years but forgave his oppressors and chose peace over righteousness, or Steve Wander, who didn’t let his blindness shadow his musical gifts. The list is endless. These people have the same blood as we do. They breathe the same oxygen as we do, and live on the same planet as we do. The only difference between us and them is how they use their power of choice.

It doesn’t matter what you are experiencing today, know that there is a part of you that is unchangeable and uncorruptible by anything in your external and inner worlds. Regardless of how emotionally or physically painful your situation might be, you can choose not to suffer. You can be still and know that everything changes except the invisible part of you that dwells in your body: the very spirit of God, which is the only presence and everlasting truth..which is also the real you. This calls for us to discover who we truly are. Because when we know that we are not our bodies or identities, then we stop believing the constraining suggestions of the egoistical mind.

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When we experience negative conditions for extended periods of time, our psychological minds accept the conditions as the truth. When we decide to release these conditions from our subconscious minds where they log as prompters upon which we project the world, we meet resistance. Consequently, we self-sabotage; and this is inevitable until we release it.

Therefore, the first step towards liberating our subconscious minds from negative prompters is to denounce and release all resistance to healing. In this session, you will denounce, release, and take your power back from all resistance to healing that could be logging in your subconscious mind and in all energies and systems in your body.

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Understand the Power of Your Words


Proverbs 16:24: “Kind words are like honey–sweet to the soul and healthy for the body.” This implies that your words are powerful. Words can create or destroy. In my newest book, Command: 21 Days of Counseling and Affirmative Prayer, Using the Mirror Method to Cleanse Your Subconscious Mind, and Then Command Your Life Back to Order, we use the power of words to command, denounce, and heal our lives.

When we speak with faith and kindness to ourselves, we give ourselves much more than just the words. Denouncing something is like cutting off its influence in your life. You are disengaging its manifestations and disowning it. And with faith, plus the help of the spirit of God within you, healing takes place.

Isaiah 54:17No weapon that is formed against thee shall prosper; and every tongue that shall rise against thee in judgment thou shalt condemn. This is the heritage of the servants of the Lord, and their righteousness is of me, saith the Lord.”

My interpretation of this verse is that God confirms and reminds us of the presence of “His” power in us. It is in our heritage as long as we recognize it; as long as we know who we are in the Lord, His children, and extensions of Him. With this truth in our hearts, also firmly embedded in our souls, we understand and live by the law that no weapon, regardless of its intensity, origin, or intention, can prosper in our lives. This also means that we are more, above and beyond all satanic and devilish weapons against us. Also, the Divine will help us denounce all judgment, negative intentions, and false condemnations intended to rise against us.

And the hidden mystery about these facts is that the invisible part of us, the force that enables our hearts to beat, is God Himself. So we do not have to look away from ourselves to activate and use this power.

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It Will Never be Okay…….


“It will never be okay; because it always is as soon as you perceive it that way.” ~ Dr. Jacent Mpalyenkana-Murray

When we go through experiences we perceive as challenges, we always hope that they turn out to be okay, sooner than later. However, because perception is projection, we perceive things as we are and not as they are. This brought me to the conclusion that everything is always okay when we perceive it as okay. However, how do we project situations as okay when we are projecting from an inner world filled with negativity?

Let me use the scenario of an image in a mirror. If you want the image in the mirror to change, you don’t break the mirror: you change the image. Equally, if you want your experiences to change, cleanse your subconscious mind, which is the storage of your projections, and then instill new positive prompters or programs based upon which you will perceive the world.

How do you cleanse your subconscious mind you may ask?

Well, I have a power-filled resource for you. In my newest book, Command: 21 Days of Counseling and Affirmative Prayers to Cleanse Your Subconscious Mind and Command Your Life back to Divine Order, you will get to do a thorough cleanse of your subconscious mind and then instill new positive and powerful prompters upon which the projections of your experiences will be based.

Remember, change is movement; change is action. If you want anything to change, move…. act.

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Understand The Power of Your Inner Conversations


“The conversations you have with yourself should be rich and positive enough to transcend and dispel the ever brewing negativity in your external world”  ~ Dr. Jacent Mpalyenkana-Murray, PhD. MBA.

Conversations are either silent or spoken out loud, but regardless of their nature they manifest their like.

What conversations do you have with yourself about you, other people, life and the world in general? Do you pay attention to what is going on in your mind? How are these conversations created?

“As within so without”

I have had to hear this quote thousands of times before I could take it on as true. I used to look at the outer world for answers. At one time, I blamed everyone and everything for my negative experiences, and left myself out as a cause to my suffering.

Consequently, I never took responsibility for my experiences. I literally surrendered my power to blame. The more I blamed, the more I blamed. And nothing good came out of blaming other people or things. I had to stop and examine how I could snap myself out of that insanity. And I discovered that the conversations we have with ourselves determine how we feel. The more positively we speak to ourselves, the better we feel. When we fill our inner conversations with a wealth of good and rich information, we are able to transcend and dispel external negatives. But how do we get to that point? How do we shift from self-destructive behavior to more blissful experiences?

We begin by cleansing the negativity in our subconscious minds and instilling new positive prompters upon which we relate, think, act, behave and experience a more blissful life.

In my book, Command: 21 Days of Counseling and Affirmative Prayer, Using the Mirror Method to Cleanse Your Subconscious Mind and Command Your Life Back to Divine Order, you will get to heal your life—-as simple as that.

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