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Tuesday, November 10, 2015

Strive for Self-Awareness


A message from Intuitive Specialist Joan Marie Whelan

Self-realization is vital for one's awareness and acceptance of self in all stage of one's life. It is part of our spiritual journey but it also benefits us greatly in our physical, emotional and mental paths as well. It is through our individual passage through time that we have the opportunity and the responsibility to become enlightened about the process and our progress during this passage.

When we are more aware of what truly makes us do what we do and live the way we live, we are also better prepared to live with an improved degree of compassion, kindness and appreciation for each step along the way.

PRACTICE self-awareness so that you can experience self-realization. Our primary goal is to live each day with a greater understanding of our experiences and why we are encountering them. This is your time to view your life's story and become the person that you desire to be, not someone that has been led by another.

Joan Marie

Thursday, November 5, 2015

Why Should I Care if you don’t?

Why Should I Care if you don’t?

That’s the premise around people who are around people looking for respect.

I’ve heard women say about guys that he doesn’t respect her. I’ve heard people say that they’ve been disrespected. Where does that come from? To be sure, there are people who haven’t learned to be respectful as well as those that are disrespectful on purpose, but these are small numbers compared to general disrespect that occurs on daily basis in and outside the home. It goes back to the sayings; you reap what you sow and what comes around goes around.

First you have to respect others if you want them to respect you. More important, you have to respect yourself.  It’s a fundamental requirement for you to respect others. If you don’t respect yourself it’s difficult to give the same courtesy to someone else.

Therefore getting back to why should I care, when you care about yourself it shows and people will respond in kind. It’s a demand you expect from others and a confidence you exude that basically states this is who I am and these are my ground rules if you wish to be with me. It’s saying I respect myself and therefore won’t compromise my values and morals. I won’t let you treat me in any way that is detrimental to my self-esteem. If you can’t do that then you will not be a part of my life. I value and love myself to much to be around someone who won’t treat me as such.

When you care about yourself, and I mean that in many ways, it shows. Without even saying word people can tell those who care about themselves from those that don’t and are given respect automatically.

Respect yourself enough to care about yourself. 

Monday, November 2, 2015

You Get What You Get and You Don’t Throw a Fit

You Get What You Get and You Don’t Throw a Fit

That is the saying the pre-school teachers teach the kids so they won’t complain about what another child received over them.  It’s a good lesson all of us could learn from.

How many times do you hear someone complain about the new car, boat, promotion or house their friend or neighbor got?  In essence they’re saying, “What about me?  What makes that person so much more special than me? Why can’t I get something good like that too?”

That same thing could be said about your talents, physical appearance or your intelligence.  You’ve got attributes and so does everyone else around you.  Your attributes don’t look the same as the other guy and that’s a good thing. You’re unique so they shouldn’t be.  Trouble is, for some reason the grass always seems to look greener on the other side.  With all this attention looking outward at other people, it’s no wonder you don’t realize how swell you truly are.  In the effort to notice what you don’t have you fail to recognize and appreciate what you do have. So what ends up happening, you end up feeling bad about yourself because you compared yourself to someone else and nothing compares to you. 

You are a “One and Only.” The mold was broke when you were born so get use to it.

So what did you get? Did you get the smarts of an engineer, the vocabulary of a writer/speaker or the compassion of a volunteer? The point is you did get talents just like everyone else did but only you can express them in your own unique way and that’s what makes you stand out.

Sometimes it’s hard to pinpoint exactly what it is you have to offer but you must make the commitment to discover your unique abilities.  You must be clear about who-you-are so that you can build your life around what makes you shine.  You deserve to have all the world has to offer.  Recognize appreciate and use what you have and you won’t be throwing anymore fits.