Saturday, January 26, 2008

Regrets, Complaints, Stuckness

Are you feeling that you are stuck in a relationship, stuck in a job, stuck in location, stuck in a contract?
When we feel victimized and stuck, we complain, feel resentful and suffer.
When we think of ourselves as victims, we feel weak, incapable and ineffective.
When we are regretting, complaining and feeling stuck, we lose energy with our lack of courage.

Complaining and judging leak energy and brings fatigue.
Forgiving and appreciating strengthen energy and brings joy.

Learning to stop the same old story, after it has been told once is the art of forgiveness and choice.
Learning to let go quickly of what is ineffective is the science of willingness and choice.
Learning to play the game of win-win, instead of lose-lose is the lesson of conscious choosing.
Learning to be willing and happy to do the work to keep oneself on purpose is the mastery of fulfillment.

Complaining yields more complaints.
Regretting without the completion of forgiveness yields depleted energy and wishful thinking.
Being stuck in the same old ruts may feel comfortable with familiarity, but empty in joy.
We all make excuses for where we find ourselves when we become aware.
Only the conscious, self-loving, courageous and wise are willing to make the changes needed.

Give up excuses.
Stop blaming anyone.
Live life as though is was a gift.
Give yourself the highest and best you know everyday.
Realize that you are responsible and able to respond to whatever comes your way.
Play life everyday like a musical instrument, practicing, learning from the masters and giving your all.
Be willing to do what it takes to make music that you enjoy day after day with everyone everywhere.

I always do exactly what I want to do and I do it with appreciation and Love.
I am responsible for the quality of my life energy.
I use my energy wisely and well.
I appreciate what is Good for me and let go of what is not.

Loving you, everyday.
(When I forget, I am not happy, so I choose again to see things differently!)
Betty Lue

Would you like a purple “no complaint bracelet” as a reminder to stop the complaining habit?
It comes with a card to help us break the habit of complaining.