Earlier this week, I received a collection notice related to a parking ticket I’d opted to battle but never actually fought. Now inclined to make dramatic gestures to prove my love to money, I figured this was a beauty. Money would be impressed by me going out of my way to save $35 of its kind. But I was given an open appearance date. Never once did I wake up in the past four months thinking, “Ooh, I know what I’ll do today; I’ll go to court and fight my ticket!” The collection notice, complete with a $50 surcharge, got my attention.
As we let our own light shine,we unconsciously give other people
permission to do the same. As we are liberated from our own fear,
0ur presence automatically liberates others. ~Marianne Williamson
Upon completing my first mind movie, I sent a link to Keith, my beloved coach and friend. After complimenting my efforts, he made a suggestion about including an affirmation about taking action. I began to fire off a reply about what a complete waste of time it is to take action before you are energetically ready to do so. The video was designed to help raise one’s vibration and adapt new beliefs about prosperity. When it comes time for viewers to take action, the action will be inspired and purposeful, not just another marathon on a hamster wheel.
“What you bring out in others, you brought in.” This quote was birthed through me last week, while involved in a deep discussion about relationships.
When it comes to our personal relationships, it is often easy to overlook our role in the dynamics, particularly when current situations trigger old, unconscious patterns of thinking, feeling and reacting. We have been taught to view such matters externally, to judge and blame, to defend and protect ourselves. We view the words, attitudes and actions of others though the judgmental minds of our egos, sometimes completely unaware of what we bring to the table of our relationship challenges. We unconsciously serve up beliefs that don’t serve us, old, unhealed emotional wounds, insecurities, unrealistic expectations and other forms of habitual emotional programming that affect every personal connection in our lives.