I knew so much better and yet I disobeyed three of my most stringent rules and I am paying for it now. I always say, “Be true to yourself. Act in integrity with your true desire. Speak your truth.” In one simple act of “trying to look good in someone else’s eyes” I blew all three of these.
Now, for two days, I have been carrying this feeling of sadness and disappointment, that does not deserve any more of my power. I believe that I’ve totally learned my lesson. Because what showed up, as a result of my poor decision making, was a person(me) that I barely recognized.
It was as though I was having an out of body experience and the words that were flowing from my mouth were absolutely, not the words of a woman who speaks of unconditional love. To the contrary, my words were demeaning, unkind and extremely judgmental.
This shows me that we all have a dark side and when we allow ourselves to step away from our authentic beings, we give our power to that force of darkness that is always ready to take over in a moment of weakness. It is up to me to check my being and pay attention to the choices I am making. If I am out of sync it is time to stop, re-fuel with appropriate choices and give choice a voice.
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We are all a part of this Universe and all that is being created here. Let’s make it powerful with a platform of unconditional love to hold it strong and sound. Let’s be accepting and conscious of each thought we think. Let’s see ourselves mirrored in the eyes of all those we come into contact with and remember it is all up to us.
Whatever we are seeing – we are creating! What an awesome responsibility this could be if we didn’t have the great sense to trust our intuition.
Taking in a deep breath and being conscious of each choice we make, thought wise, speech wise and action wise, we will create a world of joyful creation. Let’s revel in that peace and joy that we so richly deserve. Give choice a voice!
Let’s get rid of the labels. The labels I am referring to are those qualifiers that precede a conversation like, “Oh! I was talking to this Black friend.” or “I have this straight friend.” or “Of course he must be A.D.D.” I want to say, “Drop the labels” We create a thinking process, by their inclusion, that takes the listener into a new arena.
When dealing with parents and their children, the parents, often seem to have to place a disclaimer on their child, “I need you to know that she is dyslexic.” When I see a child before me I see them in their total perfection. This way I get to have a whole new relationship with the child and for that period of time, that I am with the child, the child feels no discounting, they feel honored for all that they are.
This works well with adults too. I never need to know all the negative things about a person from another’s point of view. It truly is not necessary. Let’s drop the label making and instead, picture a Divine Being of Love and Light. We may have a whole new conversation.