How to Get Exactly What You Need, Want & Desire
Does the concept of work/life balance make you cringe? Do you envision the scales of justice meeting out the exact amount of minutes you should perform work duties, spend time on social media and engage in personal life activities? Is there is a solution?
I don’t usually write this kind of article, it’s long and you probably need vacation time to get through it, but I am so excited and if I can make you feel good today, I’d really love it!
When change happens, when we are caught in a place that feels like a maze, when life seems to throw us a curve ball, it is in those times that I am most grateful for the investment in my personal practice and life skills that are continually expanding.
Do you ever find yourself wondering: why did I do that? Something which produced such an unfavorable outcome that you feel a bit stupid? Why do we do such things?
What do you actually know? is the age-old question of philosophers and statesmen. A good answer, but not the only answer, is that you know what you have learned and experienced in the past.
Are you gullible? When somebody says something do you automatically believe them? Or do you automatically disbelieve, assume they have a hidden agenda, and discount everything they say?
Stop Confusing the Issue with the Facts
“It doesn’t matter what you say, I’ve made up my mind and I’m not going to change it.” Such self-sabotage is widespread, you’ve probably seen it often.
The present moment is here. It’s what is. You may like it or you may hate it, but it is reality right now.
Where do thoughts come from? Do you have control over what you think? Sometimes, yes, but not always. Thoughts can just spin round and round, ignoring your screams of enough! Some seem to arrive from nowhere, and some thoughts come from your beliefs.
Thoughts can be seen as one of two types. Thoughts that just appear, random ones you haven’t chosen to think. And thoughts that you choose to think. The first are generally far more numerous.
Melody was particularly attractive, and it was a challenge not to stare. I was very interested since I was dating no-one. After chatting for a while, I asked her if she would like to have dinner with me that night. She smiled, “I’d love to have dinner with you tonight, but…” Although she completed the sentence after the word but, I didn’t hear it, my self-sabotage mechanism said she was rejecting me!