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Thursday, October 29, 2015

Everybody Makes Mistakes

EVERYBODY makes mistakes. EVERYONE has those days.

It’s what you do afterwards that separates the winners from the losers, the “haves” from the “has beens”.

It comes down to choices. You can choose to dwell in the negative aspect of the issue or make a choice to learn from it and move on

Quite a few people without even being conscious of it, continue to dwell on the mistakes they’ve made like continuously bringing up a failed relationship, job or what could have been. They’re living in the past. By bringing up the details and hence the feelings that accompanied the situation, the person is basically reliving it. Well, you can’t improve your future if you’re always living in the past. It’s best to learn from the mistake, let it go and move on.

Everyone makes mistakes and this one is yours. Own up to it. The hardest part is accepting the mistake and being able to consciously and unconsciously acknowledge it. “Boy did I screw up”. When you can accept it within that framework you’re half way there. The next part is to figure out what went wrong and vow not to get sucked into that kind of mistake again.

You see you’ll keep making these kinds of mistakes until you learn the lesson, over and over again. It’s like the guy who complains that his wife or girlfriend is a drama queen so he breaks it off only to get another woman who is also a drama queen, same brand - different model. Everyone else can see the similarities in the women even though he swears this new gal is different. He needs to find a different brand.

Finally, you’re not alone. As perfect as everyone else may appear to be, everyone makes mistakes. Some people just know how to brush it off and keep move on.

Monday, October 26, 2015

The Government Doesn’t Owe You a Thing

The Government Doesn’t Owe You a Thing

“My boss owes me. Work owes me. The government owes me. You own me.” Where does this entitlement mentality come from?

It’s looking for others to fill a void, to make the person feel good about himself.  For some reason he feels he has been wronged and wants others to give him, in his own mind, his just reward, payback, to make life fair again, to even the score. 

The problem is there is not enough money, time, possessions, education, or love to satisfy this person because he’ll NEVER be satisfied. As soon as one thing is catered to he’ll either complain that it’s not quite up to par or too late in coming. He’ll then focus on other things that he still hasn’t been compensated for.  It’s a never-ending cycle of unfilled expectations.  The entitlement mentality continues and the only way to remedy it is to go to the source. The answer, the fulfillment, lies within.

No one else can make him happy about his current situation but himself.  He created his life and he has the freedom to make the choices to change it. He can’t change the past because it’s over and done with.  He needs to accept whatever happened in the past because it has made him who he is today. Does he want to change that?  If so, then change it.  It doesn’t happen overnight but takes a conscious effort to make choices that will eventually lead to his desired outcome.

The entitlement attitude comes from not wanting to take responsibility for what has happened in his life.  It’s so much easier to blame someone or something else for his obstacles.  The focus then is not on him but on anything else.  He then gets to feel good about himself because in his mind it’s someone else’s fault.  However, the longer he continues to believe that the cause of his shortcomings are someone else’s responsibility, the longer it will take for him to make the choices that will eventually bring him the happiness and love he so desperately is seeking.  

You see, the “feel good” feeling he craves isn’t given to him by someone else but is something he gives himself.  When he can empower himself to take charge and create his life as he wishes instead of allowing himself to be a victim, the happier he will be.

Thursday, October 22, 2015

Are you Accepting or Tolerant?

Are you Accepting or Tolerant?

Some people would believe that they’re one and the same but they’re not.

There’s so much talk now about being tolerant but really the people who are advocating for tolerance actually want acceptance.

What’s the difference?

Tolerance is coming from the mindset that you will put up with a viewpoint, position and/or way of life that you really don’t care for or agree with while acceptance comes from love.

Acceptance is separating the viewpoint, position or way of life from the person. It loves the person despite the difference or disagreement you have about the person’s viewpoint, position and/or way of life.

The difference is HUGE in its concept and use.

The word tolerant in itself whispers of resistance. It assumes that a person’s viewpoint is wrong and therefore it must be corrected by forcing a person to be tolerant of an opposing viewpoint.  When a person is shamed into being tolerant there’s an internal compass that still remains telling the person this is wrong and hence resentment is born. The person is forced into doing and being something they’re not. In reality NOTHING really has changed.

Acceptance is different in that it advocates for people respecting other people’s choices even if they don’t agree with them. In an acceptance environment it would be perfectly acceptable to disagree with the viewpoint, position and/or way of life, not in a mean or put down kind of way, but matter of fact. I’m me and you’re you. It’s okay that we disagree. I don’t have to like or agree with your viewpoint. You go along with your business and I’ll go along with mine. I’ll respect your viewpoint, position, or way of life if you respect mine. 

The world would be a much better place if people practiced acceptance versus advocating for tolerance.

Monday, October 19, 2015

Tune Out the Media Hype

Tune Out the Media Hype

They promote fear.  Take your pick they pretty much go by the flavor of the month.  Today its terrorists, tomorrow it’s the budget, and the next its immigration.  That’s not to say that all news is promoting fear.  I do want to know what’s happening with the budget and what the weather will be like.  However, there comes a point when a shift is made between reporting and speculating by bringing up all the possible scenarios on how it could possibly play out in a negative way. And that is the key, could.  It doesn’t mean that it will, it just means it could happen. And then you know what happens, people start talking about it in a negative way and the facts start to get fuzzy.  What is the truth and what is speculating?  As the character in the show Dragnet would say, “Just the facts.”

To get the Law of Attraction to work, you don’t want to give attention to the negative, only the positive but that’s not what is stressed in the media. Instead of focusing on all the money that will be made, the jobs that will be created and the prosperity that will follow, the focus in on debt, bad economy and high unemployment .  Then what do we get, more debt, more lack in economic growth and increased unemployment.

Great leaders know what to do and say to bring everyone’s attention to what we want, the positive not the negative. Great leaders keep the vision at the forefront of our consciousness and not necessarily on the details.

Where attention goes energy flows.  Think prosperity, visualize success, feel the rush.   

Thursday, October 15, 2015

No Apology Necessary


No apology necessary. Why should there be. You’re just being you.

You are who you are. Did you hurt anyone physically, emotionally, financially or verbally? If not, then you’re okay just the way you are.

No one could possibly fathom what you’ve been through affects you.

No one should feel the need to apologize for being their self.

Sure you won’t always fit into what normal is but who really does? We all have quirks in our personality. We all have times when we really give a hoot about how we look. We all have facets of our personality that don’t’ always blend with others. So what! As the saying goes, there’s someone out there for everyone. Your tribe is out there somewhere. It’s our idiosyncrasies which make us unique.

On the flipside, wouldn’t it be boring if we were all the same. Think about that for a moment. What if everyone was good looking, had the same accent, language, earnings, house, vehicle, education, relationships? Where would the interest in your fellow human being go? It’s our differences that make others seek us out to find out what makes us tick.

Therefore embrace who you are. You make the world a more interesting place to be.

Tuesday, October 13, 2015

Garbage in Garbage out

Garbage in  Garbage out

That’s the way the Law of Attraction works in modern terms.  For every action there is a reaction. When you decide ahead of time what reaction you want the action to take reveals itself.

For example, if you borrow money to spread more love around, you’ve made a sound investment and love is reciprocated; if you borrow money to get out of trouble, trouble starts to expand because the attention is on the trouble.

Which would you rather have, more love or more money? Money is just energy and the energy that you attach to it is what you’ll get in return.  The laws of physics are very clear on this.  Action/reaction runs the universe whether it’s evidenced in a family, government, a classroom or a group as small as five people.  The universe reciprocates what it receives, value for value.

In the work environment you’re expected to give a fair day’s work for a fair day’s pay.  And yet you will hear about or see employees who are constantly trying to get out of working but still expect a full day’s pay.  In fact, they work harder at not working than actually doing the job.  The irony is that these same people end up being the main complainers about their work and wonder why they can’t get a raise or promotion.   Physics works perfectly. The value of what they gave is what they got in return.  In this case the employee is stuck in his own self pity and therefore he believes the problem lies outside himself.  He hasn’t learned that he has the power to improve his situation through his own mindset. If he made the mental attitude shift to see the value in his contribution he would receive the value back. He would start to get those raises and promotions.  It’s fairly common that the vast majority of employees that get promoted often have already been doing some or the entire job before they got the promotion.

This quote sums it up pretty well.

“Action/reaction is a little like bad mitten.  It isn’t the speed with which you swat that wins the game.  It’s the finesse with which you deliver the shot” ~ Betsy Otter Thompson, Walking Through Illusion.

If you’d like to discover ways in which the Law of Attraction shows up in the bible, I suggest you check out Betsy’s book.  You can find it on Amazon and Barnes and Noble.

Wednesday, October 7, 2015

Remember how to have fun

Remember how to have fun

Remember as a child, just the sight of a swing set, or a pony, or a hula-hoop, would get your heart racing and your imagination somersaulting?

And without even thinking in words you felt that surely the world revolved around you, that you were the most blessed creature ever to live, and that having fun was all that really mattered?

Well, how did you know so much at such a tender age?

~ The Universe

Not much has changed. You still get excited only the events and objects have changed to hugs of children, the heart-felt conversations with friends, and the trip of a life time.

You still are the most blessed creature to ever live and having fun still matters to you.  Remember?

Get use to it.