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?
Why do you walk for just yourself and not others? When I speak to people in the New Age arena, I am always hearing that they want to help others. I ask them Why? They look at me as though I was crazy.
Why is it so difficult for you to make a choice just for yourself when you know it is the very best thing for your life? This is a question for you to look at seriously. How often do we continue on in situations in our lives that we would not consider if it was only about ourselves?
I have been working with some small gatherings and a lot of the questions that arise are really about how to have faith in yourself. How do you know which voice is the right voice to listen to? People worry about listening to the ‘wrong’ voice.
How do you be true to yourself when you are in a new / old relationship? This is a question that some of my students have been asking me of late. How many of you are really the “Runaway Bride”? Or Groom?
One of the things that I hear a lot is how different a person is. Then I wonder do they think they are different? Do they want to be different? How is a person different? I hear a lot of people talk about how they think they are different yet, they are repeating patterns just like everyone else.
Ahhh…. that first bloom of love. The one that was so intense that it just rocked your world. Well, you can feel this for yourself when you begin to stand up for yourself in the quiet way of the simple truth that you really do get to. That you do not have to fight your way out of anything .
Once you begin to see the value of looking at your emotions and learning to use them to eliminate the prejudices that you have about the choices you are making, then you can truly begin to take charge and start to make choices that have your heart feel ease… not the dis ease that you have learned to cope with.