This blog post is the result of sitting in silence in the mornings, reading other people’s blogs and posts. In this post, I attempt to highlight some of my writings and others. I hope this piece will spark a passion in your inner-being and open up new passion and possibilities. I hope you learn to trust your instincts and sit with the discomfort when things fall apart. Let’s begin.
“When things fall apart when the plan doesn’t work out, and when you don’t get what you want — it’s OK to feel sad and allow yourself to feel the sadness. Don’t push it away and don’t beat the shit out of you. Then, you can focus on your intention, and your next steps, and connect to the vibrational frequency of your desire.”
“Remember that darkness is a source of massive growth. You may not see in the moments of darkness but remember that light always follows the darkness.”
“Trust is such an important aspect of intuition. You may not always 100 percent believe every one of your decisions is going to work out, but can you trust that you are doing the right thing? Can you tap into the core of the heart, where trust is nestled, and let go, close your eyes, and fly?” – Molly Carroll
“I used to be a poor listener. But over the past several years, I have taken more of a listening role. It’s powerful, insightful, and even healing. I have been practicing this – Instead of feeling like I have to share everything that pertains to someone else’s story or comment, I withhold. And I try to fully understand their experience, presently. I do so because I am learning that proving myself or whatever motive I have to share, does not take away from what I have or my experience.” – Candice Georgis
“I’m not advocating accepting any situation hopelessly and resigning to it. Willingness to truly accept a tough situation opens the doors to new possibilities and growth. Resignation and Acceptance are different lenses. Resignation is hopeless and Acceptance brings a new future.”
“A young man goes to see his rabbi. “Rabbi”, he asks, “you told us a story – something to do with praise?” The rabbi responds, “Yes, it is thus: when you get some good news, you thank the Lord, and when you get some bad news, you praise the Lord.” “Of course.” replies the man, “I should have remembered. But Rabbi, how do you actually know which is the good news and which is the bad news?” The rabbi smiles. “You are wise, my son. So just to be the safe side, always thank the Lord.” – Rosamund and Benjamin Zander
“When two people come together because they want to learn together, grow together, heal together, share their time and companionship, and share their love and passion, they have a good chance of creating a lasting, loving relationship.” – Dr. Margaret Paul
“Today is the day I return home to myself. That I begin the long journey that will be the learning to trust my own power again—to engage life, be light and stand confidently in my own skin. And, when I arrive, I will move gently through the dark and narrow room and proudly draw back the curtains.”- Beau Taplin • Draw the Curtains
“You know that Jon Kabat Zinn quote, ‘Wherever you go, there you are;? I’m in no mood for a fucking proverb, either, but that quote is so painfully true.” –Source: Elitedaily
“The sign of your healing is that the past doesn’t grip you, you don’t feel triggered as much the way you used to be. You can write a new chapter now knowing that everything that happened in the past had its purpose. And, now you utter yourself these words: let’s move on.”
“Well, this is obviously going to happen at the right time and in the right way. It will happen when it’s best for it to happen to me.”
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