Wednesday, November 6th, 2013 Focus: When I stop judging and simply become an observer, I will know inner peace.

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When you feel offended, you’re practicing judgment. You judge someone else to be stupid, insensitive, rude, arrogant, inconsiderate, or foolish, and then you find yourself upset and offended by their conduct. What you may not realize is that when you judge another person, you do not define them. You define yourself as someone who needs to judge others.

Just as no one can define you with their judgments, neither do you have the privilege of defining others. When you stop judging and simply become an observer, you will know inner peace. With that sense of inner peace, you’ll find yourself free of the negative energy of resentment, and you’ll be able to live a life of contentment.

Not being offended will mean eliminating all variations of the following sentence from your repertoire of available thoughts: “If only you were more like me, then I wouldn’t have to be upset right now.” You are the way you are, and so are those around you. Most likely they will never be just like you. So stop expecting those who are different to be what you think they should be. It’s never going to happen.

Excerpted from the article:
Do You Have a Right to be Upset? Are Resentments Justified?
by Wayne W. Dyer.

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Saturday, January 26th, 2013 Focus: I set my intention each day to do something good for another.

Many people say that they would love to help others in need but can’t because they have to get through their own personal crisis/situation first. How can I give to others when I don’t have much myself? they wonder. Once they are taken care of, then they will help others.

Sorry; that’s not how it works. When you step outside of yourself (and your situation) to help another in need, you will be amazed by what occurs. First, you feel good right away. By simply stepping outside of yourself and helping others, you are putting aside your problems for a moment and gaining perspective on what is going on outside of your world. This alone can shift your mental state to a more positive one.

There are many different ways you can give. You can give money to a charitable organization, volunteer your time, shovel the driveway for an elderly neighbor, or buy a sandwich for a homeless person. Whatever it is, just do something. Set the intention each day to do something good for another. You’ll be amazed at how that will change the way you feel.

Excerpted from the article:
Feeling Down? Give to Feel Good
by Sonia Ricotti.

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Thursday, November 8th, 2012 Focus: I remove the “excess baggage” from my home.


Thursday, November 8th, 2012

 
Focus: I remove the “excess baggage” from my home.
Every possession in the home has its own vibrational quality. Everything we buy, every gift we receive and any family heirloom we inherit all contain their own particular frequencies.In an ideal world, we surround ourselves with artifacts, furniture and possessions that have either a functional use or are aesthetically pleasing to the soul. Surrounding ourselves with objects that we are not happy with, that are broken, out of date, or that we seldom use are simply taking up space.

Excess baggage in the home has the potential to slow down our chi, limit our perspective of a new bright future and, to a certain degree, connect us more with our past than with our future.

Excerpted with permission from the article:  
Excess Baggage Slows Us Down
by Jon Sandifer.

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