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  • Sometimes Change is Good

    10 posts, 10 voices, 591 views, started Mar 2, 2009

    Posted on Monday, March 2, 2009 by Ms-kay

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    • Carnelian
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      We wake up every day with the gift of living life in a sacred compassionate way. We have an opportunity every day to do 'it' again, and hopefully better and better everyday. This is when we finally understand how to be a better person on the planet. Every day we can continue to improve our thoughts, words, actions, deeds, and intentions for ourselves and others. Every day we can move the energy a bit differently. Let us become more present in our bodies, our thoughts, our emotions, our actions and our words.

      Why do we resist change so strongly? It appears to me that we seem to constantly resist change in our life. When bigger changes are happening around us, we often kick and scream, or rant and rave, or cry and whine. Is it because we feel that we are not in control of our lives and our realities? Ha! Who do we think we are? And, whom do we think we are fooling? We create our own reality. It is our own thoughts, beliefs, words and actions that create every little thing around us daily, weekly, monthly and yearly. A growing awareness of our thoughts, beliefs, words and actions, provides more ease and comfort in the changes that are happening around us because we are conscious! Yes, it is truly that simple. Our own lack of consciousness creates the stress of not knowing that the changes are happening, which makes us feel that we are not in control. The fear of the unknown is one of the greatest fears.  

      May we all WAKE UP! May we all appreciate what we do have and stop whining for what is not. May we learn our lessons well. May we have compassion and understanding for others and ourselves. May we welcome change in our lives and recognize that it is change that actually is the creative energy that drives our futures.  

      by Margaret Ann Lembo



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