How many times a day do you say “I have to do this, that or the other”? How many of those ‘have tos’ do you really have to do, or even want to do? While it is true that some of those ‘have tos’ are a part of life that are necessary, due to the fact that you are living on planet Earth in the third dimension, it is also true that, in some cases, you are complacently going along with a program that you may not be invested in. Try saying, “I am choosing to do this…” This puts you back in the pilot’s seat. By choosing to do something, as apposed to having to, you may discover some personal patterns which really need to be transformed and you begin to be aware of how you give your power away.
This is in no way about shirking responsibility. However, by simply changing your vocabulary, you will have the opportunity to explore your actions in a more dynamic and truthful way. You have a choice. You always have a choice! Which road do you choose, honesty and integrity, or complacency and resentment? Sometimes it is a complicated task to discern which road leads to more harmony because you have been conditioned by belief systems that are deeply stored within you. It is a tangled web indeed.
Who must I please? To whom must I be true? What makes me a good person? How can I be true to myself, and still make a living, and support my family…etc. etc? This is where I can help you put the pieces together in a way that is wise and comfortable. Most often, what is required is less about you changing the outside, rather shifting something inside and assisting that part of you to grow and evolve, so that change will just happen organically.
If you need assistance, please visit my Services page to discover how we can create a mentoring program specifically for you. You will be amazed that, by simply asking for assistance, miracles may begin to happen in your life. I have experienced this directly myself.
The answers are simpler than you think. Choosing to live in honesty can be the magical turning point. When you choose to live in honesty, you are choosing to love yourself. When you choose to love yourself, your life changes. Yes, it may rock the boat a little if those who are close to you are still in self-denial or complacency, and unwilling to grow, but the increase in your own integrity can offer you feelings of freedom and joy you may not have experienced in a long, long time. So, try choosing. Say, “I choose!” with conviction and wisdom.
Blessings & Love,