Wednesday, July 23rd, 2014 Focus: I choose to create clarity in my life.

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When we are clear, the world is clear to us. When we have clarity of mind and heart, we know what to choose, where to go, and whom to travel with. When your body is clear — of chemical toxins, negative emotional residue, excess weight, and mental chatter — your soul can proceed in the direction of goodness, truth, and beauty. When your body and mind and heart are all clear, you can move steadfastly in the direction of loving yourself.

When your life is cluttered in any way, on the other hand, it’s hard to have this clarity. When your garage is crammed with old paint cans and rags, broken down bicycles and last year’s plastic Christmas tree, it’s hard to see where to park the car without bumping into something. When your mind is cluttered with self-judgment and accusation, it’s hard to see your talents. When your heart is clumped up by self-doubt, it’s hard to find love. When your body is compromised by a lack of self-care, it’s hard to be clear about your destiny.

When your body, your mind, your heart, or your spiritual being is cluttered with what doesn’t belong there, it’s hard to see who you are. It’s hard to become what your highest self is asking you to be, and it’s almost impossible to love yourself. Because clutter and complexity are opposites of clarity — the accurate self-seeing that is love — it is of the utmost importance that you clear things out. Seeing your self accurately and accepting what you see … is love.

Excerpted from the article:
How To Gain Clarity: Clearing Out Your Mind and Your Unconscious
by Daphne Rose Kingma.

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When You Think You’re Not Enough: The Four Life-Changing Steps to Loving Yourself
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Through stories and examples, Daphne Rose Kingma offers a profound, yet simple process for practicing how to feel good enough, smart enough, and deserving of happiness. When You Think You’re Not Enough is a positive guide to a fuller, happier life; one filled with compassion for yourself and others.

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