Phenomenal Friday-Waking Up From The Dream: What Ignites Your Fire?

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“One of the huge mistakes people make is that they try to force an interest on themselves. You don’t choose your passions; your passions choose you.”  ~ Jeff Bezos

 

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Phenomenal Friday-Living A Greener Lifestyle, Recycling More Than STUFF

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“Small shifts in your thinking, and small changes in your energy, can lead to massive alterations of your end result.”   ~Kevin Michel

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Phenomenal Friday- 164 Words Of Inspiration And Truth

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The beautiful thing about learning is that no one can take it away from you.
~B.B. King

 

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Today’s Inspiration

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Reflections Of Forgiveness

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To err is human; to forgive, divine.  ~Alexander Pope
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Today’s forgiving journal: Love in Different Colors

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Today’s forgiving journal is about love in different colors.
 
Well, I got my room set up today. One of the biggest parts of this for me was hanging my painting, “Love in Different Colors”. It’s made the trip across the country numerous times, and the message is near and dear to my heart.
 
So I hung it above a statue of Kuan Yin, the Goddess of Compassion. And after it was all done, I got scared. Like, “What am I doing? How long will I be here? Did I make a mistake?”
 
The thing is, I’m doing an amazing job. I am so courageous. I am taking wonderful steps to expand into my gifts, because I am letting my heart lead me and I am acting in faith.
 
Time for forgiving:
1 – Self-forgiveness: I forgive myself for judging myself for feeling scared to be here…

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Having a Setback

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It is hard for me to admit this but this week I fell back into old habits.  I struggled with isolation and control.  I felt that old perfectionism drifting back into my thoughts.  I felt myself splitting into two people, one that is rational and the other that minimizes problems.  In the end, I was majorly stressed out.

The stress came from all aspects of my life.  My role at work started expanding in a good way and I pushed to integrate everything together so I could be the best therapist possible.  As my husband returned to work after an injury the rhythm of the home changed.  And the upcoming holidays add more onto the plate and I found myself seriously struggling to manage it all.

I noticed (with the help of a good friend) that I had not been communicating with my support system.  I had seen my life…

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