When one begins the walk of learning totally about the concept of SELF, where do you go? Does one become totally self absorbed to the exclusion of anyone else in your world? Does ‘Self is Necessary’ mean that you have to do all things by yourself?
Let me explain what I mean by the phrase ‘Self Is Necessary’. A while back I was sharing, with a friend, my dislike for going out and doing things by myself. My friend seemed somewhat shocked. It turns out this friend misunderstood my program and courses on Self is Necessary, as I heard them say that I should be able to do everything by myself, being as I am the Queen of ‘Self is Necessary’.
I have so many people ask me how they can know what their needs are. As we are talking they are expressing what they think their needs are. I know that most of us feel our needs are those things like food, clothing, housing, jobs.
When you are learning something new about yourself, do you take the time to study the old and the new of you? This is a time and space where you will become most creative. As that excitement of learning something wonderful about yourself is swirling around you in the most glorious way.
As I watch and listen to the people I work and interact with, I am seeing a word used so very often without it really having the meaning it should have. When we use words on such a regular basis does it give us the feeling of what they mean or do they just become so the norm that we do not even feel what it means when we are saying them or using them in a sentence?
When I talk about choices, I am talking about learning to take charge of your life. To learn that when you make a choice in a conscious way in the moment that you are standing in, your results will be better. You have all the tools and information right at your fingertips to know that it is the right thing for you .
It is really just setting yourself up if you try and predetermine how you are going to respond to any situation that you might encounter. Continue reading
Why is it so hard for us to admit the truth? Why can we not say, “I can not do that“. A very simple statement, right? Yet, when are are asked to participate in something that we know right away we do not desire to do, why can’t we simply say those words… “I just can not do this for you.”
When you think you are going along fine and then you hear from a friend that they no longer want to participate with you what do you do?
Do you give them the respect of ok, you have that right, and go on.
Do you bother them further for an explanation?
What is the method that we should walk through so our heart does not hurt any more because of the empty feeling that seems to be left there in our heart? Continue reading
I am sure that anyone that has walked the path of learning about yourself in their spiritual path knows that as we face the changes we must make we can be overwhelmed. Asking ourselves, “How can I do this??! I so want my life to change but can I go ahead just for myself?” Continue reading
What have we practiced for ourselves?
Each one of us has a special way that we talk to the internal being of ourselves. Some of us have labeled this as talking to God, some call it meditating, some contemplation.
We should all learn that there is a reason to do these things. It is how we begin the relationship with self. It will lead us back to the truth of how to make choices that are safe for ourselves.