Posts Tagged ‘resistance’
I always tell my clients to start the day by choosing joy. When we are in the vibration of joy or love we begin higher on the vibrational scale, and when we hold one energy we cannot hold another. So, when we are in the vibration of joy, we can’t be in fear, dreading or doubt. The reverse is true. When we are in fear, we don’t feel love or joy.
I recommend a very sweet exercise that produces great results when we practice it, not only with words, but also by adding feeling and a sense of allowing. As with any exercise I use myself, or offer to my clients, I like to make it playful. So let’s play!
In the evening before you go to bed, when you have your PJs on, or first thing in the morning, make yourself comfortable and think of something that raises your vibrational state to one of joy. Put aside any doubts or resistance. Then in your journal, or on a pretty paper, and with your favorite pen, you can write down how you want your day to progress while holding this high vibe. Read the rest of this entry »
Many years ago a friend of mine told me simply to choose happiness. I was thoroughly frustrated with that statement, as there was so much opposition in my life. Like most people, I have had struggles that lasted not only months, but decades. I faced adversity not only once or twice, but repeatedly. I also had to manage all these challenges on my own, due to traveling on my own, starting my own businesses, and surviving immense loss, among other things.
At the time my well-meaning friend had simply not experienced any of these life challenges to the same degree, thus I did not believe her. To make the choice to feel joy seemed resolutely trite, in the face of such constant, episodic misfortune!
In truth, she was not too far off in that statement. Except, it was not a conscious choice, or something of cultish free will. It was more of an attitude that came over me after repeated misfortune, which led to a toughening up, a new approach, a singular mindset, a resolute focus. Read the rest of this entry »
A client recently called me about a new and promising relationship. She has a long history of dating men who show the promise of a potential long-term relationship, who then suddenly disappear or unexpectedly break up with her after few months.
It was immediately apparent to me that texting played a detrimental role in her dating woes. Misunderstandings due to texting have ruined the romantic, family and friendship relationships of many people I have worked with. This client was no different. Reading her energy I instantly perceived that she tends to push men away by panicking unnecessarily. Men can smell panic and it is a total turn off. It’s also stressful and will not change the outcome of a situation for the better. Excessive obsession, panic and worry will not bring someone closer to you. Instead it can push a potential long-term relationship away. Read the rest of this entry »
We plan our life – each life – before we come here. Trying to change the ticket for your journey mid-stream is like sitting on the bow of a giant cruise ship and rowing to change the course (that is, of course, one way to spend your free time, if you wish).
We plan our life when we are in our Soul perspective. We choose a course to experience events and situations that support us, allow us, or even force us to expand and grow. Once we get here, we can at times be horrified at the choices we had made!
It can be like deciding to downhill ski those expert-only, extremely difficult double black diamond slopes, and then once we are on the top, or in the middle, we are overwhelmed by the challenge. We have decisions to make then. Quit? Be a victim? Blame? Escape? Crawl through it? Walk through with dignity? Fly? Read the rest of this entry »
A client recently talked about her struggles with anger, and that no matter what she did she was unable to rid herself of her “anger issues.” She said that she was concerned, because she knew that her anger was inevitably attracting and manifesting further negativity into her life.
Spirit’s response to this is, “Anger is good.” Spirit has shown me that anger has value. Personally, I would never want to advise someone against the truth. And the truth is sometimes we are furious, fuming, enraged, explosively angry.
Anger is certainly a natural human reaction to events that we seem to counter our goals and desires. It is natural reaction, otherwise the experience of anger would not be a part of our experience of life.
That being said, how do we put anger back into our understanding of the manifestation principles? That’s a good question. Pain, which includes anger, is a beloved friend that is there to tell us something. Often times it indicates that we are out of alignment with Spirit. Read the rest of this entry »