Every time you encounter something that forces you to “handle it,” your self-esteem is raised considerably. You learn to trust that you will survive, no matter what happens. And in this way your fears are diminished immeasurably.
Topics: Trust, Time, Fear, Feel, Will, Learn
When we wake up to the potential power within, our impulse is to grab it all “quick”. The more we grab, the more it seems to elude us. There is no quick. There are quick—and wonderful—seminars, workshops, books, and audios that give you tools, but they are not quick tools. They are to be used and mastered throughout a lifetime.
Topics: Power, Master, Work, Potential, Time, Life, Feel, Fear, Give
By now you’ve gotten the picture. We can’t escape fear. We can only transform it into a companion that accompanies us in all our exciting adventures; it is not an anchor holding us transfixed to one spot.
Topics: Fear, Adventure, Now, Feel
Start thinking about yourself as a lifetime student at a large university. Your curriculum is your total relationship with the world you live in, from the moment you’re born to the moment you die.
Topics: Time, World, Feel, Think, Live, Life, Thinking, Fear
At the bottom of every one of your fears is simply the fear that you can’t handle whatever life may bring you.
Now I know that when I am angry at my husband, I simply have to ask myself, “What am I not doing in my life that I could be doing that I am blaming him for not doing for me?”
Topics: Feel, Life, Fear, Doing, Now
I know it is hard to accept, but an upset in your life is beneficial, in that it tells you that you are off course in some way and you need to find your way back to your particular path of clarity once again.
Topics: Fear, Life, Now, Feel
If we do not consciously and consistently focus on the spiritual part of ourselves, we will never experience the kind of joy, satisfaction, safety, and connectedness we are all seeking.
Topics: Spiritual, Focus, Experience, Kind, Feel, Spirit, Action, Act, Will, Joy, Fear
The kind of power I’m talking about leaves you free, since you don’t expect the rest of the world to fill you up. It’s not the ability to get someone else to do what you want them to do. It’s the ability to get yourself to do what you want to do.
Topics: Power, Fear, Kind, Rest, World, Feel, Sin
The point to remember is that when you blame any outside force for any of your experience of life, you are literally giving away all your power and thus creating pain, paralysis and depression.
Topics: Fear, Depression, Feel, Experience, Blame, Giving, Power, Life, Pain
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