When you allow your self to dig deeper and recognize the root of the irritation, then you can begin focusing on what you want to do to shift the energy and recognize what you really want to experience.
When you hear your mind being judgmental, jealous, or envious of other people who are having fun, then it’s time to open the lid on your box and find some fun for you.
Inside everyone of us, there is the divine child, and that child needs to play, be acknowledged, and nurtured, or we can suffer from poor me…they get to play and I don’t, rigid thinking, being judgemental, snarkiness, depression, and hate.
When you hear and feel that discontent, pay attention….it’s a signal from your inner child:
Let me out and play, or I’ll throw a fit.
It’s that experience of Divine discontent that can force you to finally take a leap of faith into experiencing adventure and more of YOU. Nudging you to learning something new.
Try something different and daring:
Take salsa lessons
When is the last time you rode on the bumper cars?
Let your children and your grandchildren be your JOY guides and get out and play.
Blow bubbles on a windy day with them, and watch how you will collect all the children from the neighborhood and have more fun and interaction for your children.
Sometimes I go out on my front sidewalk with my bubble wand and just create havoc on the block, and the children come from everywhere. It’s so fun!
What haven’t you done yet because your fear has been holding you back?
Have you made a bucket list?
Write down 60 things to BE, DO and HAVE before you die.
There a plenty of things that don’t cost a cent and can bring the most satisfaction.
Have Peace of Mind.
DO…sleep peacefully for 7 (or 8 hours) every night.
These are powerful and important things that people forget to include on their bucket lists because we have been so programmed to WANT things that cost money. Programmed by marketing geniuses who focus on making us discontent.
Take back your power and claim…I now live in Contentment, Peace and JOY!
Now that is powerful. Nothing and no one can control your mind when you claim
that for yourself.
Did you see the movie, Bucket List? Did you immediately make a bucket list with your children and wife and friends. It’s a perfect topic to talk about when you are out to lunch or meeting for some wine.
Why spend time instant replaying what was on the news or what irritated you???
Be positive and uplifting. Lead the conversation into ….What’s on your bucket list.
Are you afraid to make a bucket list because of your money fears?
The divine Source/ the universe/God won’t send the WAY into your life if you don’t even think you deserve it.
Last year I had a major health scare and, out of $24,000 in medical bills, I had to pay my deductible of $5,000.
My fear was…oh dear I won’t be able to afford a vacation or cruise this year. I felt my heart sink and my disappointment...then I claimed my power to create my good with God. I turned that fear thought around immediately:
I know that God supports me in my good, that I am perfectly healthy now, and that the cruise will come to me in a miraculous way. I deserve it, and I believe in miracles. I know that I focus my energy on being a force for good, and I know that God always rewards me in miraculous ways.
Within 2 weeks, I won 2 cruises, 2 airfares, and a whole bunch of other things, $5,000 worth, for free!
If we don’t believe in miracles, we don’t attract them.
If we don’t believe we deserve them, then we surely won’t attract them because it’s against our belief system and...we have all heard:
"What we can conceive and believe, we will achieve." --Napoleon Hill.
Up until I was 27, I lived in a very tight box…a very tight Catholic box with intelligent parents who suffered through the Depression and were fearful and focused on security. God bless them…they did their best at that time and gave us a very good life, but it was a very tight box.
By the time I was 27, I had never enjoyed anything about my adulthood. I worked my way through college to be a teacher and then was afraid of the classroom and discipline. I worked for $400 a month for the American Red Cross...50-60 hours a week. I so wanted to do good.
I read my first book that opened my mind to a “greater good”--The Power of Your Subconscious Mind by Joseph Murphy. I began to get a glimmer of how life could be good, fun, and expansive, but first I had to release myself from my money fears and fears of living life and being adventurous.
I read Catherine Ponder's Prosperity book, Think and Grow Rich. It fractured my frequencies. I couldn’t even have a conversation about these books with my family...I still can’t but...I decided…yes, made a very conscious and clear decision that I wanted my life to be better, more fun, have more friends, more money, and more time to enjoy life.
I read and reread that book year after year, and I had to train my mind to a new way of thinking. I had to choose to give up…the ingrained victim “offer it up” and you’ll get a better place in heaven. I deserve love, I deserve to enjoy life, life is not just work and pain...life is joy, ease and abundance!
Choice is empowering…Choose to open up one side of your box and see the world
in new ways.
You don’t have to jettison the entire box …just lift the flap on one side and have a conversation with your spouse or best friend…or a new friend who might help you see things in a new way.
How could we make our lives better…instead of the old “ain’t it awful and scary in the world”?