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Abraham says that most of we humans think, feel and say, "I want it BUT....then we argue for our limitations and explain why we don't have it! It only takes a short time of practicing, "I want it and I expect it," to change that old resistant habit. If every morning following awakening and choosing a HAPPY thought or put on Pharrell Williams "Happy" and sing along and clap and dance along, then meditate to stop thought, thereby releasing resistance, then make your list of "I want it and I expect it!" You then have a jumpstart on your day and you live an unconditional life...meaning you can be happy under any conditions. It's going to be a fun show today at 11, favorite listeners.Love, Linny
SHOW NOTES: In our HELP! SITUATION SPOTLIGHT™ series, we shine the light on challenges that community members have shared. This episode is, “I want to be someone else.”
The title of this episode makes me sad. One of the fascinating and wonderful aspects of being alive is that we have characteristics that are uniquely ours. Most of us have unique DNA and even identical twins are rarely completely the same (http://www.scientificamerican.com/article/identical-twins-genes-are-not-identical/). All of us are unique in terms of the way we express ourselves (via our behavior). “Researchers have identified that every individual creates a unique pattern of physical behaviour including the speed at which they type, the way they move a mouse of the way they hold a phone. About 500 different behaviours are unique to every individual and, taken together, form what they call "eDNA", or electronically Defined Natural Attributes.” (http://www.theguardian.com/technology/2014/jul/18/how-your-electronic-dna-could-be-the-secure-login-of-the-future)
Thus, since we are “one of a kind” why would we want to be anyone else?
At the core of someone expressing that they want to be someone else is dissatisfaction with themselves combined with unrealistic fantasies of other people’s lives. In terms of dissatisfaction with ourselves, a few points.
1) “Perfection” does not exist.
Entropy is one of the reasons why as, “Entropy describes how nature -- including business operations -- is the movement from order to chaos.” (from http://yourbusiness.azcentral.com/entropy-business-26522.html)
You will experience moments of subjective perceptions of perfection (a “perfect date”, “perfect meal”, “perfect score”, etc
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Well here we are for another week of information and entertainment. Hope youhad a great holiday.
This week we are talking about the greatest phrase that we can possibly use. I AM. Why? Well I think its time we start using it for ourselves and let it infuse our lives with all the power that it possess.
I know that I had announced that we would be having a guest today, but since I have been under the weather for the past few days, our guest has graciously adjusted her schedule and will be joining us for an extended show next week. So be sure and follow through with that one when we have Katrina Schenfield as our guest. Her story is amazing and quite inspiring.
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I realized recently that this human experience is not about striving to have “what I want”, but surrendering to get “what I need”.
WHAT I WANT is powered by the fire of ego. It’s a wonderful force that allows me to create with my unique flavor; but if not guided by the forces of Life that will only provide WHAT I NEED, it can make me delusional and isolate me in an endless pursue of selfish desires.