Finding Love

“Your task is not to seek for love, but merely to seek and find all the barriers within yourself that you have built against it.”  ~ Rumi

Pride

Some people believe that being proud of yourself or anything else is good.  Newsflash:  Pride is ego; and anything worth being proud of actually came from Source.  Pride creates an “I’m better than you” attitude, and it has helped start wars.  ”Proud” is the opposite of “humble”.

Positivity is not enough

Being positive is not enough.  You have to face your negative emotions, accept and release them if you truly want to feel better.  Avoiding the negativity that exists within you will get you no further than a temporary high.

Need

If you feel you need something (or someone), free yourself from that attachment as soon as possible, either physically or mentally, or it will eventually be taken from you in a more difficult lesson down the road.  The physical body may have needs in terms of comfort and survival; but you as a soul, complete and whole (whether or not you can see yourself that way yet), need nothing.

Pleasure vs. Joy

The difference between pleasure and joy is that pleasure is a temporary good feeling resulting from an experience; and joy is a positive, continuous, internal state of being that one has when his subconscious mind is free from negative blocks.  Joy is increased at a subtle level as one frees his mind.

What if?

Something to contemplate:  What would you be like today and what would you believe if you were never taught any religious or spiritual concepts?

Slightly Emotional

When you feel slightly emotional from a positive statement, don’t just let it go.  Close your eyes and repeat the statement over and over until your emotions come out and the statement feels good.  That is a fast and easy way to get a buried emotion out and change your underlying subconscious belief.

Need to Be Liked

“…those afraid to rattle the cages of others are simply afraid.”  ~ Jeshua Ben Joseph

How to Make a Difference

“You have to lift a person up before you can really put them in their place.”   ~ Criss Jami

Emotional Causes of Constipation

Emotions that cause constipation have to do with a lack of flow.  Look for conscious and subconscious feelings such as stubbornness, unwillingness to budge, resistance (not allowing), feeling stuck, hopelessness, or even inability or unwillingness to speak your mind.

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