I know I spend a lot of time on communication and how the most important person to learn to communicate with is yourself. I know I share that you need to be brutally honest with yourself, and that does not mean that you should beat yourself up. It means when you are thinking about an invitation to participate, whether it is directly about you or one of your family or friends, you must talk to yourself like you do when you are sharing secrets about you to that special person that you can share anything with. When it comes to those deep secrets, it should really be you first, then share with others.
I have been spending a lot of time working with people to show them that if they simply fill the needs that are in their hearts, that the feeling that they carry within themselves is the gift that they will share with others in their lives.
Whenever I have read other people’s books, blogs, etc. I have always wondered… “did they really go through this experience themselves?”
I would like to share so that everyone can begin to understand and feel the great love that is available to each and every one of us. The sense of wonderment and joy as a stranger walks up and shares with you just a moment in time. Yet how the love felt can change your life in an instant.
I think dealing with feelings is a conversation that we have all looked at. Yet we seem to fail miserably at working this out.
If we stand up for our own feelings then we worry about the other person. We have always been told we are to share, help, do unto others, etc. Yet I believe it is this very idea that gets so many of us lost. Continue reading
OPINIONS… We can have them, are we to share them?
It has come to me through my studies, that even when asked, it is not wise to share our opinions. They are really not wanted. Opinions, I have found, are just for ourselves. Opinions just show us where our beliefs are.
Beliefs are just the stories that we write and play in here on this earth. Philosophic minds through the ages have always proclaimed that this is a theatre upon which we are the playwrights; That the whole world is a stage on which we stand. So we must look at our stage, the character at which we play. Our opinions show us that very thing.