I live 6,500 feet high in the San Bernardino mountains and it’s beginning to feel a bit like fall up here. Naturally, I reminisce about the year that’s passing to see what good has happened for me, and this year, it’s been a windfall, kind of like those leaves above.
Because unfolding an understanding about myself has always been tantamount in my life since I’ve been an adult, through assiduous attention to it, this year, I have unwrapped yet another layer in that glorious mystery of all mysteries called My One Sweet Life. This year, I saw yet another limiting decision I’d made earlier in my childhood. It was one of those “I am less-than-and-different-from” decisions.
Since I made that discovery, I have carried that insight forward with me into my daily doings and I have caught myself thinking things about me with that mistake hovering like a dark cloud behind my daily thoughts. I’ve been able to stop myself, make a new decision on the spot, and gain much greater clarity and enjoyment because of it.
This, did you notice, has nothing to do with how much I weigh or what size clothes I wear. The unfoldment of understanding is a spiritual, mental process. I firmly believe that this is the way you gain self-acceptance and self-love for yourself.
But first, you have to slow down and look within. I’m an expert at within and at hand, and I believe this is what was strongly recommended re heaven, eh? Visit The World of Within, get yourself a copy of the book, and email me. I’d be happy to coach you along the way.