How could you ever feel not good enough if you truly knew that you are nothing less than the love that creates universes – shaped in 7 billion bodies, minds, and personalities... and all of creation – but always the same love.
Perhaps what you thought was your dream is evolving into something you did not anticipate a few months ago. Such was predicted. For as you evolve, so do your dreams. The biggest difference is that your current dreams are based in security instead of success.
Anything worth doing on this planet involves growth, for that is the reason you embark upon any journey. Everything you attempt is, ultimately, an attempt to understand the light and the love that lives within you.
Be grateful for what you have. Gratitude is a great tool in life. It carries you far. Ingratitude drops you right where you are. Kerplunk. Complaining keeps you mired in what you complain about. Furthermore, complaining brings you more to complain about. Complaining is ingratitude. Ingratitude is a lack of gratitude.
Every year at Week 26, I like to invite you to stop and reflect on the positive changes you’ve made in your life so far. After all, the quality of your life is directly related to the quality of relationship you have with yourself. When you feel good about who you are, you allow better things – people, experiences, jobs, opportunities, etc., into your life. Taking the time to inventory your positive changes is an important step in developing this stronger relationship. And it’s a key way to reinforce good habits.
AS I HAVE SAID here in the past three entries on this blog, the views of humanity on so many things have been impacted by what our teachers have told us about God and about God’s desires that it’s hard to decide what other areas of life interaction to include on a list of them. Today we’re going to consider Love and Money.
Success for each person on planet earth is different and cannot be monitored or measured along side of anything or anyone. Success comes in the form of 6 billion plus flavors. It is not just vanilla or chocolate with a few sprinkles here and there. It is not something that can be defined by a dictionary, a teacher, or a parent. For the very essence of success is so multidimensional it reaches far beyond our earthly understanding.
Hello readers, I hope this finds you well. I hope also that I’ve grabbed you a bit by my catchy title! This came to me in a bit of daydream today, but writing it down more coherently it seems to make more sense and I hope you enjoy.
Last week I received an email from a woman who’s been unemployed for several months and is worried about losing her home. My heart goes out to her and the thousands of people who are in the same situation, struggling to make ends meet. As I considered her challenge, I suggested several things that might help. This week I thought I’d share the ideas in case you, or someone you care about, need help.
Each time I see a public person knocked off the proverbial pedestal either by his or her own undoing or by someone else, I see the writing on the collective subconscious wall: "You better not get too big for your britches or we'll take you down." While it seems some need to come down in order to stop hurting people, others become the poster child for our collective fear of success.
Mercury Retrograde in *Capricorn* - Redesign Your Blueprint for Success - You get a chance a few times a year to check in with Mercury and see if YOUR systems are all communicating properly. This should be welcomed not resisted. This is a good time to review and revise your goals, go back over all that you've attempted and see if there is anything you missed initially. This is a good time to reflect on how you would LIKE to express your Highest Self; how you communicate with your Self and others; what you are a "voice" for.
Most people equate success with wealth. Having material possessions, such a mansion, an imported car, high end designer clothes and accessories, etc is the mark of success. What about those who don't have millions to spend on whatever we desire? Don't they deserve to have the "the mark of success"? The answer is yes, there is plenty for all to have and share in the world we live in. It starts out in our own personal definition of success.