Entries tagged ~ 'judgements'
Success coaches tell us to “Think Big!”, set big goals, if you want millions, think in millions, there’s no need to settle for less. This is the advice from people who have successfully acquired lots of money by thinking big, it has worked for them. High profile teachers such as T Harv Eker, John Assaraf and Robert Allen, to name but three, all dreamt of being millionaires from an early age yet also experienced all manner of ups and downs on the way to eventual success. They had fairly big dreams from the outset and succeeded in spite of every setback but what of us with more modest dreams? Is it more crucial that we think big or that we think true to ourselves? Can or should you force yourself to think big when what really interests you is the smaller stuff?
In order to receive we have to feel that we deserve to receive. This issue is possibly the greatest stumbling block along the road to improving our circumstances, financial or otherwise.
The simple dictionary definition above reveals just how very fraught with judgement the whole issue of deserving is; but who judges, who are you going to let decide what you deserve?
A new year begins and so does the annual round of resolutions that are so frequently neglected as old habits return and the pressures of day to life build once more.
Here are a few tips I’ve learnt through experience that I encourage you to consider very carefully.
I was tidying up the files on my computer today and came across an in depth and unpublished piece I wrote some time back while I was attending The Barbara Brennan School Of Healing. it is still highly relevant and could be very helpful to others so I’m offering it here now with the intention that it shall be.
What does it mean when we talk about the “benign abundance of the universe” and how does that fit with God?
- “I would, but I haven’t got enough time”
- “If only I had enough time”
- “There’s never enough time”
How many time have you said or heard others say statements similar to those?
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Its the time of resolutions and positive plans for the coming months.
Making resolutions can however become yet another way to beat ourselves over the head for our perceived failings.
It has been awhile since I posted anything here as my life has been focused in other directions lately. However I offer a few thoughts now on the nature of how we deserve “abundance” and how we block it.
See your life as a work of art, a work of love.
Create your life as a dance of spirit.
Generate self-respect in everything you are , do and say.
Learn to recognise those areas where you do not do that.
Practice replacing judgement with love and space.
Consider those people to whom you feel closest to and most comfortable with.
Why do you feel close to them relative to others, what is the difference?
Have you noticed what happens when you judge something?