TIPS FOR TODAY:
# 1 – Good one from Dr Sue Morter…..
It’s Only Smart
It’s only smart to quit this job.
It’s only smart to move from here.
It’s only smart to end this relationship.
It’s only smart to start that business.
It’s only smart to invest in this stock.
It’s only smart to buy that house.
It’s only smart, but it’s ONLY smart. Smart isn’t necessarily Wise.
Be sure you consult your most solid adviser when deciding such life experience defining things: Your Heart, Your Core, Your Gut, Your Wisdom Center.
Nothing serves us more fully than to learn the biggest lesson of why we are here in the first place: To connect the Mind, Heart, and Gut Wisdom with the Field of Infinite Possibilities.
We feel our way there; we don’t think our way there.
You are more brilliant than you think, more brilliant than you CAN think.
# 2 – Yep!
# 3 – More about your “story” from one of the daily messages during Deepak Chopra’s recent 21-Day Meditation Series. I like the insight about “changing your theme is more effective than trying to fix yourself one issue at a time.” Plus, “fixing yourself” is such a yucky context to be living in, regardless….
Transformation Is About Your Personal Story
“You write your life story by the choices you make.” ― Helen Mirren
We are all living a personal story, and every story has ups and downs, low points and high points. But what’s important is the theme that structures and guides our story.
When your story has positive, life-supporting themes, you have found the key to transformation. Changing your theme is more effective than trying to fix yourself one issue at a time. The most positive themes include lightness, worthiness, self-acceptance, evolution, and love.
Your theme should be aimed at making you feel good every day. It should open new possibilities. It should give you optimism that you are being renewed.
# 4 – And you’ll always be appropriately dressed if you…..
# 5 – Good reminder from Abraham…..
If you intend to be of assistance, your eye is not upon the trouble but upon the assistance, and that is quite different. When you are looking for a solution, you are feeling positive emotion— but when you are looking at a problem, you are feeling negative emotion.–Abraham
# 6 – HA! There’s no Goldilocks around, but this video with 3 little bears is such fun to watch!