Have I Successfully Redirected the Redirect of my Redirection?

Confused? Redirection can be like that. But it’s still massively important to redirect.

Murray "MJ" Blehart
6 min readMar 16, 2022

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I write a lot about very specific topics.

Mindfulness. Conscious reality creation. Self-awareness. Positivity. And general self-encouragement/self-help concepts, ideas, and notions.

In a nutshell — I write about seeking, finding, and creating new ways to be the best that we can each individually be.

I am not an expert, don’t hold any degrees related to these concepts. I’m a student of life and share my experience as well as my study on these topics.

The main reason I write and share these ideas is that they are all issues I am working on in my own life. What’s more — I know that I’m not alone in this.

All of these notions have evolved. That’s partially because change is the only constant in the universe. I change, you change, weather changes, times change — it’s ineffable. Because of the inevitability and constancy of change — the ideas I explore and share change, too.

More than once, I’ve taken a whole new approach. Other times, I’ve just made a change or two. And then — from time to time — I redirected what I was doing.

Why is redirection different? Because rather than changing an element of what I’m already doing or trying to rework what I am already working on — redirection is a new and different approach. It’s taking a new angle, doing something different.

Here’s the thing — I’ve written about this before. And I have redirected a redirect more than once. However — the question now before me is — did I truly redirect myself? Or just call it that, while trying for the umpteenth time to achieve the same thing?

The definition of insanity

I’m rather fond of this quote, generally misattributed to Albert Einstein (instead, it’s from author Rita Mae Brown),

“Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.”

Murray "MJ" Blehart

I explore mindfulness, positivity, philosophy, & conscious reality creation. I love to help & inspire. And I also write sci-fi/fantasy. http://www.mjblehart.com