Thursday, May 29, 2014

Well Yes, Well Being = Wealth

Well being for me is a wisest form of wealth. However, it takes courage to change my old habits and focus on ways I may prosper. Transforming my words into deeds is paramount to my future happiness.

It is time to ACT- ACCOUNT, CORRECT, TRANSMUTE to dig up the buried treasure.

Account- First, how may I show by action? By taking inventory of my strengths  I can tap into what inspires me instead of tires me? What lightens me instead that which weighs me down I can best get pass my weaknesses.

Correct- Second, how I may correct my past mistakes so I can invest in new ways to care for myself and others. How may I be more focused and less distracted?

Transmute-Third how may I transmute my circumstances since well being truly equates to  wealth.  Once I see the virtue of my new attitude, this gratitude fully applies to what I presently have here and now.

For me I use the word "WellYes" as an ultimate way for self care.  Also this allows me  to better serve myself and my world.  Sailing out into the new seas of personal discovery, I must navigate around the huge icebergs of those habits that turn my dream boat into a ship wreck.

Willingness powers the winds of change for my voyage. Asking and honestly answering wise questions directs me to my buried treasure of new riches thanks to WellYes.

My old inner critic can quickly spark a mutiny.  However, finding which directions the warms winds of heaven may gently blow is my challenge.  What works better to go with the winds of change or against them?

What's better? WellYes or Hell No? The simple notion to richly pay attention to the the treasure map of well being is how I chart my course.

My lucky stars above are my guide if only I may trust their guidance. Such fearless trust  fosters new possibility and light.

My buried treasure is a profound joy and peace unveiled within my heart. WellYes acts with both divine guidance and protection to liberate and elevate me better serve myself and others. What's your treasure map to dig up your true wealth?

Thursday, May 15, 2014

Aspiring for Higher Possibilities

By expanding my communication and social skills, I can explore humorous and artistic ways to engage our greater interconnection and show our basic oneness.  This unites me with other people and helps all of us attain greater joy. Innovative group dynamics allow us to share our common truths while attracting new awareness and possibilities.

For example, years ago I had a profound insight.  “How can I love all things in this world with a bountiful heart while still having a small sense of loathing about myself?  Even such a tiny separation negates the entire truth of my compassion.”  I used to identify with my inner critical and unloving voice.  This voice lied to me, constantly pointing out my inadequacy, not my potential and how I might thrive. Today, I see that my thinking can be either a blessing or a curse.  My thoughts do not define me; however they may confine me.

My basic freedom is my ability to make wise choices.  How can I best go forth without causing harm?  How can I cultivate grace and beauty?  Asking the right questions can help me do this.  For example, what limits or boundaries could I concentrate on, in order to lessen my distraction, and stimulate the attraction of a better situation?

Paramount to my progress is asking the best questions.  If success is tied to both communication and relationship, how can I listen more closely, so that I could repeat back the words that have been shared?

How can I better show up to fully experience what is happening?  How to see the blessing hidden inside whatever grey cloud or misfortune may come my way, generating gratitude and enthusiasm?  What brings greater light into my life? What is my plan/intention?  How do I pay attention to my intention?  What gives me more grace and less stress?  How can I fully show up to this gift of presence?  What lessens the drama in my life and maximizes the fun of it?

My prosperity and happiness are closely tied how I answer these questions above.  Advancing my highest potential has a direct relationship to my very well being.

Tuesday, May 6, 2014

Heart Path

What is a wise way to live?  Giving my best and being of service is what comes up for me. However, many old patterns and current anxieties can distract me from honoring this path.  I need to remember that causing no harm also extends to radical self-care.  I can make a decision that serves the greater good while advancing my own well-being.  My best choices are about micro managing my own actions, within my circle of influence.  Taking care of my personal matters allows me to focus on giving my best to the world.

This allows me to help others while also getting my individual needs met through skillful planning.  However, doing this requires care and a wise understanding of the consequences of my or others' action.

It is easy to get diverted.  A situation may arise were a person portrays their victim story.  I have a choice; I can either sit there and give my freedom away, interacting with this person, or I can graciously take my leave in a kind way.  It is critical to remember that only I have the ability to decide whether to lessen my anxiety or add to it.  I call this the micro-game or eye of the hurricane practice. I can either keep an inner calm or get pulled into the wild winds of outside phenomena.  Leading by example requires me to fully listen and concentrate upon what has heart and purposefulness.