PICK OF THE DAY:
A recent Note From the Universe (tut.com) sent to my inbox…
When you understand, Zirah, that what most people really, really want is simply to feel good about themselves, and when you realize that with just a few well-chosen words you can help virtually anyone on the planet instantly achieve this, you begin to realize just how simple life is, how powerful you are, and that love is the key.
Fly little bird,
TIPS FOR TODAY:
# 1 – Wow, Mother Nature does it AGAIN! (photo by Ben Gilberti)
# 2 – A stimulating, thought-provoking, insight-producing post on asking better questions….
Most of us want to improve some area of our lives, however at times this can be easier said than done. They say that the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result. This is very true. Another definition could also be asking the same questions over and over again and expecting a different result. I was reflecting to myself the other day, on the importance of asking ourselves the right questions.
Our lives are filled with opportunities and challenges every day. Often times it can be our negative view points, poor attitudes or limiting beliefs which can block us from creating solutions to our problems. We could have a job we hate, be struggling financially, be in a relationship that isn’t fullfilling or have other problems. Many of us have been guilty, myself included, of going into the cycle of focusing on the problem by complaining and blaming, however this way of responding rarely gets us positive results.
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FYI, I happened to leave the comment there that I thought a great question to ask, especially when experiencing/going through a difficult situation, is “What’s the (hidden) blessing in this?” Sometimes it’s not apparent that there is one until we are open to discovering/seeing it . :-) What do YOU think is a good question to ask?
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# 4 – And Abe’s take on things….
There are those that say, if you do the uncomfortable thing long enough, it will become comfortable. But we are really not encouragers of that. We are encouragers of coming into alignment, and then taking the action. We are encouragers always of getting rid of the fear; we would never want you to keep doing things that you feel fearful about. And maybe the path of least resistance is just not get on the horse. Maybe the path of least resistance is to get on a different horse—but we would never move forward in fear.—Abraham