I would like to share with you how you learn to evaluate before a scenario plays out in your world. And then how to walk through the experience and then once you’ve walked through the experience to once again evaluate how you did. What emotions came up for you? What choices would you make again? What choices would you drop from your mind?.
I have had a lot of conversations about when you are learning to be in the Universal truth, and how do you stand up for yourself and not fall victim to your emotions and learned behaviors? These are outstanding questions and ones that each and everyone of us that lives on this planet really must learn and understand. It also brings up the question of compromise. How here it means one gets less than the other.
When you wake up and find that your life is not what you had dreamed about what do you do about it? I know that we do have those thoughts that fleet through our minds when we are not on our game. When we are feeling sad about a situation that we may be in or those people we are interacting with.
When you are learning to follow your heart it can seem that you are walking away from everything you know and love. Yet ask yourself, why is your heart leading you in a direction that is so totally opposite of what you have been doing up to this moment?
So hopefully you are now understanding that in your contemplation of your life you look inward not outward. What I am talking about is really instead of looking at why someone else did something to you to hurt your emotions, you must begin to ask yourself questions about why you feel the way you do about the interaction that you are feeling bad about.
Now I would like to begin to talk about another form of communication. I would like to share how you begin to talk to yourself in the brutal honesty that I talk about. If you have read my blogs or listened to my talk radio show, you will have heard me refer to this concept.
Why do you think that it is so hard to know when you are supposed to get your needs met? This is a conversation that I have with each and every person I am working with. What is it about the beliefs, opinions, and social consciousness that puts you off of having your internal and external needs met?
How do you maintain these new concepts of communication? You can see the benefits of communicating with yourself because you are seeing real changes in your world, yet there are still hiccups. Why do you think it happens that when you are trying to express the truth about you the feedback that you get is of mistrust or anger or frustrations or any and all of those emotions that create so much havoc with your heart?