Don’t Get Mad When They Treat You Bad


Warning:  Incoming….Real Talk.  It is so easy to fall into the trap of getting mad with others when they treat us badly.  And if we’re not careful we will become consumed and obsessed with trying to “make” them change.  When the truth of the  matter is it’s all misplaced blame. Why?  Because we teach people how we want to be treated.

As Marshall Sylver said in his book “Train or be trained – we either train others how to treat us or be trained  to behave in way that’s acceptable to them.” If we’re being treated in a way that is undesirable and we continue to allow it then the onus of the responsibility is on us.

The question isn’t why do they keep doing what they are doing.  The real question is why do we keep allowing them to do what they’re doing.  It’s really interesting the dialogues we have in our heads about people when they’re treating us in a way that is not cool.  Especially when it comes to romantic relationships….we will label them a d*ck, b*tch, selfish, @sshole, selfish, crazy, abusers, emotionally unavailable etc…and sometimes we will go the extreme and become instantaneous psychologists and label them bipolar, narcissistic, or sociopaths.

I’ve fallen into this trap and have watch men and women alike fall into it too.  But at the end of the day it’s not the other person’s fault as to how we allowed them to treat us.  The more we play the blame game and wasting energy trying to jump thru hoops like a circus poodle, the more time is lost to make the changes necessary so that we aren’t treated this way.

I believe our romantic relationships are mirrors and they reflect back to us whether or not we truly understand power power (knowing who we are and our worth).  I know this is a touchy subject.  But let’s get real about this topic…if we have healthy self-image and self-worth, we would not allow people to treat us badly on an ongoing basis and allow it.  No way would we. So let us stop lying to ourselves and roll up our sleeves and get to work and either build or repair our self-image and self-worth.

This was a hard pill for me to swallow after allowing someone to treat me very badly for not one, not two, not three but five years.  I had stooped to a new low and allowed this individual to treat me in a way that I normally wouldn’t have accepted under no circumstances.  And that’s not to say that my other relationships were stellar because they weren’t.  But this situation was an all time low for me.

Anyway moving on….the bottom line is it served as a wake up call to me.  The underlying reason I tolerated such ridiculous behavior from men in relationships and so-called friends is because my self-image was compromised and I mistakenly underestimated my worth as a result.

It’s been a loooooong journey in healing, reflection, and truly getting to know myself but I’m well on my way.  I believe when we allow other people to treat us badly on an ongoing basis we somehow have subconsciously decided to based our worth on how they see us.  In other words we start to internalize their ill treatment and begin to believe if we can somehow transform ourselves, be better, get better, improve, change this or change that that somehow they will see us differently, treat us better, and we will feel better.

It’s a tragic cycle of thinking to get trapped in because at the end of the nine times out of ten that other person has an unhealthy self-image and self-worth as well.  As a psychologist once told me…”healthy people don’t play with sick people”.  When he said that it reminded me of what my grandfather used to tell me all the time “water seeks its own level.”

People can’t see us better than they see themselves.  If they see themselves as less than, how can they see you any differently?  If they don’t treat themselves well, how can they treat you well?  If they don’t know how to be a friend to themselves, how can they be a friend to you?

So instead of getting mad because they treat you bad, get glad and thank them for being a teaching partner and then get to work and figure out what needs to be done to repair/build your self image so that it is a healthy one.  Like attracts like.

We must pay attention to ourselves and ask ourselves the hard question to break the cycle of allowing others to treat us in a less than desirable way and take back our personal power.

Do Your Thoughts Have Drawing Power?


Do your thoughts have drawing power?  In order to attract the conditions we want in life our thoughts must have drawing power.  But, how will I know if my thoughts have drawing power?  I’m glad you asked because I asked the same question too.  The answer to this question can only be found in studying ourselves and understanding our own mental diet.  We have to observe ourselves to determine where we are positive and where we are negative in our thoughts.

Thoughts have the same power.  But, just like the sun the intensity of the power is contingent upon the concentration of our thoughts.  Henry Harrison Brown gives a comprehensive list of thoughts that have absolutely no drawing power….”All thoughts of lack in yourself; all thoughts of want; all tendencies to complain, wish, or find fault with yourself, all criticisms, regrets, and self condemnation; all thoughts of inability to cope with any condition; all thoughts of shrinking, avoiding, fearing any person, thing, or condition; all thoughts of reliance upon friends, money, position, reputation or culture; all thoughts of any assistance from without yourself; all these are thoughts are thoughts of weakness.”

They are non-attractive and lack magnetic power to draw to us the conditions we desire from life.  Study yourself to determine how much you concentrate upon thoughts like these. Realize how much you diffuse your power when you worry, fear, fret and complain.  Once you discover where you been holding a thought of these kinds, immediately change to its opposite.  Never think in terms of want.  Think in terms of having possession of the desired condition in present tense.

I can’t tell you how many times I have heard “act as if”  during training sessions when I was in direct sales.  But, it’s only been recently that I finally understand the mechanism as to why this works.  Whenever we successfully “act as if”, we also channel the feelings of possession of the desired state.  We begin to adopt the attitudes, conversations, and actions that are congruent to our “act as if” state.

And when we feel that we have; others then will feel the same because we radiate those vibrations of power that cause them to feel, to believe in us, and to act under those feelings.  Have you ever notice the times in life when you were focused and in the zone, how people are drawn to you?  Not only are they drawn to you but also appear eager to assist you towards your goals?

There is a distinct drawing power that we emit when the whole of man is turned to one purpose through concentrating upon one thought. It’s important to recognize as we think, so are our radiations that we send forth to create conditions on our behalf.  When we scatter our thoughts, our radiations/drawing powers are diffused and people do not feel, do not recognize us.  We make them feel us by shooting our vibrations from the chamber of our concentration.

Learn to cultivate the feeling from practicing the vibration of “acting as if” and you will make others feel too and be drawn to you to help you create the conditions in life you desire.  Be a dynamo and the currents will flow.  Feeling is the power which thought directs.  In other words, think, speak, act just as you wish it to be, and you will draw to you that which you wish it to be.




Sometimes You Will Feel Foolish

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Have you ever had a moment when you felt totally foolish?  I think the answer is yes for majority for us if not all.  Ironically when I googled for images for feeling foolish most quotes were related to relationship issues.  Quotes about being done wrong in a relationship and/or unrequited love.

I wonder what it is about undesired outcomes within a relationship or a breakup that leaves most of us feeling foolish, sad, dejected, rejected, and even devastated.  Even more so I wonder why we have so many regrets about the relationship after it’s said and done and tend to replay and rehash the negatives over and over again.

However, that’s not the reason I’m writing this post.  I just thought it was interesting how many quotes popped up about feeling foolish as it relates to relationships.  While on this note though, I just want to encourage any one who is coming off of a break up that the fastest way through it is to thank your way through it.  Thank the person daily for all the good times, all the good qualities, any personal growth that they were a catalyst for, and any contributions they have made to your life.

All relationships will end either to death or one or both parties opt that the situation is no longer beneficial or they move on to someone else.  Especially in the latter case resist the urge to go down the slippery slope of berating yourself and feeling foolish.  Because what’s divinely yours you cannot lose.  The quicker you give thanks, release, and forgive the quicker a new and better love can enter your life.  You don’t need anyone to do anything differently to make you happy.  Remember that you have always and always will hold the key to your own happiness and wellbeing. back to what my original intent was and now to make it brief too.  Be okay with feeling foolish when you’re going for what you want in life because more than likely what you really really want out of life is going to cause you to move waaaaaaaay outside your comfort zone.  It’s going to feel awkward, it’s going to feel unnatural, it’s going to leave you feeling uneasy.

The main thing is to keep going in spite of feeling foolish because small attempts, repeated, will complete any undertaking.  Your mind and body will correct and improve with each attempt and will endure more and more if you keep trying and keep going.  Ralph Waldo Emerson says it best “That which we persist in doing becomes easier to do, not that the nature of the thing has changed but that our power to do has increased.”

So whether it’s a breakup that makes you feel foolish, starting a new business,  trying to lose weight, cultivating a new self-image, or whatever…the antidote to feeling foolish remains the same….If you persist, if you continue to try, if you continue to charge forward, you will succeed.  KEEP GOING!

Cheers! ♥♥♥

I Am Going to Be Okay


Speak to yourself like you would a friend in times of crisis.  One of the first things we say to others in times of crisis is “Everything is going to be okay”.  And then we proceed to point all the good things we can possibly think of for whatever the situation may be.  We need to get in the habit of doing the same for ourselves.

We need to tell ourselves everything is going to be okay and then look for the seed of benefit.  Shakespeare said “Nothing is neither bad or good, but the thinking that makes it so.”  I agree.  I know it’s easier said than done but it really does come down to perception and how we choose to think about anything that is going on at any given point and time in our lives.

Napoleon Hill sage advice was “Every adversity, every failure, every heartache carries with it the seed of an equal or greater benefit.” I have found this to be very true.  However, often times we can’t see it while we’re going through.  But if we would just cultivate the habit of stepping back, taking a deep breath, and actively looking for ways/reasons the situation can serve as a benefit to us we might break free from thinking a situation is bad and possibly getting stuck in feeling some type of way.

The next time you feel as if the world is on your shoulders take a deep breath, and say to yourself I’m going to be okay, list all the possible positive outcomes, and then determine where you need to start to turn it around so that you can feel better.   And remember whatever you tell yourself can lift you up or tear you down.  Be kind and gentle with yourself until you’re on the other side of troubled waters.  Remember, I’m going to be okay.

What’s your PET Peeve?

What’s your pet peeve?  The underlying cause may not be what you think.  We mistakenly believe our pet peeves are things that we find especially annoying and it’s just the way that it is to us…annoying.  Furthermore, we believe that we are justified in feeling annoyed whenever we encounter our pet peeves.

Today I want to look at them slightly different and borrow an acronym from the author Ken Lindner who coins the acronym PET as Personal Emotional Triggers.  What a perfect acronym for the word PET in Pet Peeves.  Don’t you think? After all that’s really what it is Personal Emotional Triggers Peeve.

In other words things that annoy us do so because they trip our personal emotional triggers.  Therefore, our PETs are those certain unique people, events, things, experiences, information, and aspirations that trigger the strongest emotional reactions within us.  They hit us the hardest and strike our most deepest emotional, psychological, and intellectual chords.  If we pay attention, they will show us what we value most and what motivates us the most.

Unfortunately, we write them off as a trivial annoyance to be expected and to tolerate them with gritted teeth whenever they show up.  When in reality, if we pay attention to the underlying messages we can leverage them and they can be used as a transformational, behavioral game-changer.   As a result, new ideas, paths, and solutions can be found and/or created.

How do we do this?  We must catch ourselves in the act and play detective.  So the next time you encounter one of your pet peeves identify if it represents a violation of your most highly valued goals and dreams or your worldview.  What do I mean by worldview? It’s the endless list of how you view the world, the people in it, and how they should function and/or behave.  For instance, if your worldview paradigm says that it is improper to pop chewing gum, then you will find yourself annoyed whenever someone is popping their gum.

Likewise, if you have a highly valued goal of keeping your car showroom clean and someone gets in your car and leaves their trash behind, then you will find yourself annoyed when this happen.  Being aware, I believe is half the battle because if you’re consciously aware of your PETS (Personal Emotional Triggers) then you possess incredible power to break up your poisonous behavioral patterns, so that you are then free to consciously make life choices consistent with your values and worldview.

The more mastery we have over our emotions, the more we can consistently make positive life choices and eliminate potentially sabotaging emotions, impulses, and urges that can hinder our ability to accomplish our plans, fulfill our dreams, and attain the life we deeply desire.  Discovering and mastering our PET Peeves will change the way we make our life choices and our lives in the most positive and profound ways!

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Cheers! ♥♥♥

♥♥♥ It’s Time to FLY (Fully Love Yourself) ♥♥♥

We’ve all heard of Sadie Hawkins as a recommended way to celebrate love on Valentine’s Day during a leap year.  Well I would like to propose my own pseudo-holiday in lieu of Sadie Hawkins.  Additionally, I would like to propose extending it well beyond just one day.  I believe February is the purrrrrfect month to celebrate SELF LOVE and to make it the highest priority for the month of February.

So today’s topic is It’s Time to Fly (Fully Love Yourself).  We spend so much time taking care of our families, our careers, our to-do list, our friends etc and sometimes we forget to make self love our highest priority.  How will you FLY during the month of February?

This leap year I propose making a FLY Daily Five List at the beginning of each week of how you intend to fully love yourself each day.  For instance my FLY daily Five list is as follows for this week:

  1. Eat Uncle Sam’s Cereal (10 g of fiber….WOOOOHOOO)
  2. Drink 80 oz of alkaline H2O
  3. Take my Supplements
  4. Exercise at least an hour for at least six days this week
  5. Consume three fruits and three veggies

I chose these as my FLY Five because I have been neglecting my physical body lately and I intend to spend this week fully loving my physical body.  I took pics this morning of my starting point and will take pics again on my last day Sunday.  I’m really, really excited about making it my dominant intention to fully loving myself during the month of February.

I now invite you to join me!  Even more so I dare you to leave a comment with your FLY Daily Five list for this week.  Just imagine how good you feel at the end of February and all because you decided to make it your dominant intention to make plan of action and follow through to fully love yourself first.

Cheers! ♥♥♥

7 Surefire Ways to Get Anything You Want

I have been vision fasting as I mentioned in my last blog and all I can say is ZOMG!  Things are coming together faster than I would have ever imagined.  I’m learning that there are seven surefire ways that are paying off for me in huge dividends.  And it’s leaving me with more energy and excitement for life.

I feel more confident and my personal power is soaring through the roof.  Put them to the test and see how they work for you in your life.  I can pretty much guarantee you that if you do these seven things daily day in and day out that you will see some phenomenal and significant changes in your life.

They are as follows:

  1. MAKE IT A PRIORITY. When you decided you really really want something and make it your priority then a definiteness of purpose will emerge.  And, soon after your desire will increase and before you know it you would’ve tapped into a reservoir of strength, determination, and perseverance you never knew you had.
  2. DON’T THINK JUST DO.  Zig Ziglar said it best “DO IT, and then you will feel motivated to do it.”  Don’t be ruled by your emotions!  The gift of self-discipline will emerge from doing this over and over again.  And you will realize as Walt Disney so eloquently said….“The stopping is in the starting”.  We fail to do it because we don’t start….so JUST DO IT!
  3. FOCUS ON WHAT YOU CAN DO.  Make the effort.  Make it any effort just keep moving and taking daily actions towards your goal.  You can always make the effort even if it’s just sitting with music and imagining how it might look and feel once you get what you want. One day will be your day as long as you keep moving and just do it! Robert Collier nailed it when he said “Success is the sum effort of small efforts, repeated day in and day out.” You’ll receive the gift of personal initiative as result of making this a habit.
  4. TRUST THE PROCESS.  As Emerson says in his Law of Compensation essay, “Every act rewards itself”.   This speaks to the heart of for every action there is an equivalent reaction.  It’s the law of cause and effect.  Just know that your efforts will be rewarded as long as you keep climbing and reaching.  And trust that somehow someway all your actions will create a reaction that results in you getting anything that you want.
  5. GET EXCITED! Enthusiasm is contagious.  Napoleon Hill explains this way “Enthusiasm is faith in action.”   He refers to it as an intense emotion known as burning desire.  Enthusiasm will ignite your creativity which will take you to higher heights.  Enthusiasm will draw to you resources and other people who will be willing to serve you and help you get what you want.  I agree with Charles Schwab “A man can succeed at almost anything for which he has unlimited enthusiasm.” 
  6. KNOW HOW TO GET BACK UP. Undoubtedly on the road to getting anything that we want, there is a strong possibility to experience setback, obstacles, pain, disappointment, and/or frustration.  On this subject, Napoleon Hill teaches that “Individual success usually is in exact proportion of the scope of the defeat the individual has experienced and mastered. And, that many so-called failures represent only a temporary defeat that may prove to be a blessing in disguise.” The harder the battle the sweeter the victory.  As long as you get back up and keep going you will win. The only permanent defeat is quitting or not starting.
  7. BE GRATEFUL. Two Biblical scriptures come to mind for me when I think about this one.  The first one being “He that is faithful over a few things, I will make him ruler over many” and the second one being “Despise not the day of small beginnings.”  Both of these speak to the Law of Attraction as it relates to gratitude.  The more grateful you are for everything on your way to getting what you want….more things will unfold in your life for you to be grateful.  So give thanks and celebrate every day that you show up to make the effort to get what you want.

What is that you want?  What are you going to do about it?  Nothing is impossible to him who believes.  Take your desires off the shelf and dust them off and use these seven surefire ways to get what you want.  No excuses….Just make the effort.  I promise you consistently doing these seven things will get what you want.

Your thoughts?

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How often have we heard the quote “It’s never too late to be what we might have been?”  Life is a journey and our journey is awaiting us.  I agree with the author of “Keep Going”,  the journey all of us are making is constant learning.  Dr. Suess said it best “The more that you read, the more things you know.  The more that  you learn, the more places you’ll go.”

The answer to my daily question “How will this day be remembered?” is this day will be remembered by my giving 100% effort to resolve to do!   Resolve to give myself the best possible self-care today.  Resolve to exercise a minimum of an hour.  Resolve to complete six tasks at work today.  Resolve to do more with my balance of time today and infuse it with as much productivity as I possibly can.

Far too often we get up in the morning without resolving to do something to move us a little further along our journey in life.  We have all these loosey goosey goals but no resolution to do the day to day action to achieve them.  It’s time to build self-trust and resolve to do!  There is nothing quite like the satisfaction I feel when I make a list and I resolve to do them all with 100% commitment.

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Just imagine how much we could become if we resolved to do day in and day out.  I wonder how our lives might change if we resolved to do and meditated for a minimum of 15 minutes.  Or resolved to consume three fruits and three vegetables daily.  Or resolved to get out and breathe the fresh air and walk for a minimum of 30 minutes each day and commune with nature.  Or resolved to take a new class, try a new recipe, try a new route to work, try a new exercise, try a new genre to read, try a new event…..essentially intentionally tried something new each day.

Or anything else that moves us in the direction of becoming what we might have been.  It’s never to late to start today.  Nothing like heart break and/or disappointment to disrupt our lives and hurl us into living a distracted life.   However, this quote by Sonya Parker really applies in just about any case….“In order to move on you need to stop focusing on their life, and you need to start focusing on your own life.”

The reason I say that is because most things in life that send us into our heads and living a distracted and/or unconscious life is typically directly and/or indirectly connected to a person.  So I’m practicing the attitude of staying in my own life and focusing on how can I be using my thoughts and life force energy to better my life, make me feel better, and to infuse this journey with more, more, more, more of the good stuff!

I choose to resolve to do and increase my self-trust.  The more we resolve to do the more our self-trust increases and the more we believe we can do.  So, how will this day be remembered for you?  For me, it will be the resolve to do and increasing my self trust.

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How Do I Want This Day to Be Remembered?

live to the fullOn yesterday, I decided to commit to find an answer to this question daily for the next 30 days “How do I want this day to be remembered?”.

Today was day 1 and I made one of the best memories I have in a very, very long time. I can’t remember the last time something had me feeling so exhilarated! So tonight I asked myself “How do I want this day to be remembered?” for tomorrow. I googled and finally found a free event that peaked my interest…. I’m going to attend a free recital on the campus of a well known private university nearby.

I’ve never attended a recital so this should be an interesting event. It is open to the public. I found several other events I want to attend as well that are free including some fascinating lectures. I think I want each day to be remembered by trying something new and/or different. I don’t know if my schedule will permit to go and do something new each day or not. But, I will plan something each day to answer how do I want this day to be remembered.

Today was liberating for me. I guess I had an epiphany of sorts while white water rafting. Ester Hicks metaphor about putting the oars in the boat and just ride with current came to life for me today. Today the command for bringing our paddles in and just riding downstream with the current was “hold”. That meant to bring our paddles in and rest them in our laps and let the current do the work.

Something about that moment it clicked for me. I’m going to “hold” as it relates to Taz (a romantic interest that cut me out of their life recently). I’m putting my paddle across my lap and am going to just let the currents take me to my destination. Not only as it relates to him but life as well. I’m done resisting what is. After my epiphany today, I’m really okay if we never speak again and I know beyond the shadow of the doubt the type of guy I’m looking for is seeking me too.

Seeing how many couples were out doing this event together crystallized in my mind that that’s the kind of relationship I desire more than I desire for Taz to contact me again. If he’s not contacting me to build to a meaningful relationship that includes engaging in regular ongoing shared activities that we both enjoy, then he’s not the guy for me and I don’t want him to contact me again.

I rather be alone and do meet-up groups and social club outings and feel liberated, exhilarated, entertained, and lively….than to feel lonely and unappreciated like a random backup plan option. I had some wild crazy fun today and all my energy going forward will be poured into answering this question day in and day out “How do I want this day to be remembered?” That’s THE most important thing to me in my life from this day forward.

And, the man that wants to get out and about with me and engage in finding answers to this question together is the guy I’m looking for from this day forward. Mainly just wanted to get this out of my head and into written expression more than anything. I finally feel the essence from the affirmation from the link Yess You Can Attract Your Ex Back…..”I finally great because I am no longer bound to the oppressive, self-deceiving illusion of neediness and longing as it pertains to another person’s affections for me. I now know it’s not about that person, but about myself and I am fully and passionately in love with me first and foremost!

I invite you to join me the next 30 days and discover the answer to the question “How do I want this day to be remembered?”  I plan to write my goal in my journal each day and at the end of each day record my reflections about my answer.  This is what I wrote in my journal for today.  As my great aunt once told me when I asked her what was the secret to her youthful appearance….”live well while you can”.  I believe I have found a quality question that will give quality answers that will ensure that I live well while I can.

Your thoughts?

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It’s MY Journey

journeyToday I was reminded again to allow myself to be who I really am.  So many times in life we are faced with people, situations, and circumstances that causes us to doubt ourselves or to be tempted to twist ourselves to accommodate others and/or attempting to change to soothe them.  But today I remembered when face with such a situation that my soothing is my job and anyone else’s soothing is their job.

I’m done standing on my head and/or jumping through hoops like a circus poodle to assuage other people’s feelings.  Either accept me for who I am or the EXIT sign is right over there.  Am I saying that going forward that I will be uncompromising,inconsiderate, inflexible?  No. 

But there is a marked difference between being compromising and changing my behavior and making too much out of other people’s imbalances.  And, allowing their imbalances to disrupt MY journey.

This is MY journey and I need to practice healthy selfishness and make feeling good my number one priority.  And how do I do that?  By paying attention to what my emotions are communicating to me at all times. 

My emotions are similar to the various warning systems in our cars that tell us when need to refuel our tanks, change the oil, put air in our tires, etc.  Certainly we would not ignore them and simply say oh well it’s just the car and keep driving without making adjustments/changes.

Instead we would see them as a signal that something needs to change.  Likewise my number one job is to pay attention to my emotions when they start to swing over to the negative side because it is a signal clearly saying something needs to change.  Either my perception or my procedure.

My emotions are constantly giving me feedback saying either “Yes! you are moving toward something that is feels good or No! you are moving toward something that feels bad.”  And our thoughts are like the steering wheel.  Certainly we would not continue to keep our car pointed towards a ditch and simply say oh well it’s just the car and I can’t help the direction it’s going in.

Likewise we can’t just allow ourselves to continue to feel bad and say oh well it’s just how I feel until it changes somehow.  No, we must take hold of the steering wheel and turn it around. And, the way we do that is to steer our thinking towards thoughts that either bring us relief or make us feel good.

We take ourselves and life waaaaay to serious by constantly hyper focusing on the evidence of what is in the present moment.  And, then we let our minds play tricks on us and take the evidence of the present moment and project it all the way out to the future.  Especially when it is evidence of the negative variety.  I’m truly baffled as to why do we do this to ourselves.

The best way to make sense of My Journey is to take the time and pay attention to what I’m feeling and then exploring what my feelings are telling me.  And, in the process I need to be easy on myself and easy on others.  We are all in this life trying to make sense of our journey. 

Some of us do a good job managing our emotional feedback systems and engaging in self-soothing.  And, some of us are still acting like two year old throwing temper tantrums and handing our personal power away on a silver platter. 

How?  Because we are still attempting to make someone, some event, some situation, etc our ‘be all’ ‘end all’ and when it doesn’t happen we throw a fit trying to demand that life or someone else change in order for us to get what we want and be happy.

Ironically, whenever we do get what we want we are happy all of 30 secs, one minute at the most.  It’s like a blip on the radar and then just like a two year old our attention has shifted to the next object of our ‘be all’ ‘end all’.  Living life in this manner will drain us and shorten our years due to monumental stress. 

It is a much easier life when we make sense of our journey and recognize that we can always feel better at whatever stage we are in life and it is then that we can get over to the other side and enjoy what we desire.  When we make sense of our journey, we are in alignment with our true selves and their are no downsides.

Because when we are in alignment with our true selves we experience leverage, clarity, vitality, humor, balance, creativity, joy, and love, just to name a few.  When we are aligned with our true selves, all the rest of it doesn’t matter because we are connected to our Source Energy (God).  And we know and trust that we are in good hands.  We rise above and understand it’s MY journey and that it is an emotional journey.