Wednesday, February 06, 2013

Do You Work for Love or for Money?

Are you living in integrity with what you value?
Do you live your truth in all things?
Are you thinking, speaking and behaving in alignment with your values?
What do you value most?

Listen to your self a little deeper to see what you really value.
When we work for money, we need to ask for what purpose.
When we work for money, what will be our reward?
When we work for money, what will we see as success?

When we work for Love, what is the value of Love?
When we work for Love, what will be our reward?
When we work for Love, what will we see as success?
When we work for Love, what will be our experience?

When we live, work, give and respect what we value, we have more.
When we are conflicted in what we give and why we work and what we learn, we have less.
When we are 100% committed to what is most important to us, we experience 100% results.
When we are inconsistently committed to what is valuable, we have inconsistent results.

It is not surprising that we have only a little of what we want, when we are not sure of our values.
We often have good times and bad times as a result of our changing goals and priorities.
We may experience periods of elation and depression due to changing attitudes and behaviors.
We may claim we value Love, but neglect our loving of self and others due to working for money.

In this world of temptation to seek for more money and things, we may forget what is important.
In these economic times, we may get caught in the fear of not having enough.
In our society the measure of our worth may be in what we have rather than who we are.
It is key to step away from others’ opinions and misguided values to listen within for our truth.

Look at the possibility that true and lasting happiness is based on how you love .
Listen for the place of inner peace to find what feels most secure within your heart/mind.
Explore spending money and paying bills with love, appreciation and respect is fulfilling.
Notice the feeling of earning money with fear, judgment, resentment and worry is depleting.

When we see the underlying value in everything we do, we claim success is in integrity.
When we clear away our conflicting values, we can be free to live our own highest truth.
When we choose to live and learn, love and give, we can find the inner peace that we seek.
When we give to others the best we have without keeping it for ourselves, we find security.

Life is for giving.
When we listen to what we value most, we share what we value the most.
When we live in integrity with everything we say and do, our true values shine though.
When we live a seamless life of being all we want to be, we are honest and live in integrity.

Love shows through our work and play, the way we relate everyday with trust and gratitude.
Let us realign our lives with what we value most to be truly successful.
Be free to see what really matters to you,
Betty Lue
The 12 Principles of Attitudinal Healing

1.       The essence of our being is love.

2.       Health is inner peace, healing is letting go of fear.

3.       Giving and receiving are the same.

4.       We can let go of the past and of the future.

5.       Now is the only time there is, and each instant is for giving.

6.       We can learn to love ourselves and others by forgiving rather than by judging.

7.       We can become love finders rather than fault finders.

8.       We can choose and direct ourselves to be peaceful inside, regardless of what is happening outside.

9.       We are students and teachers to each other.

10.    We can focus on the whole of life, rather than the fragments.

11.    Since love is eternal, change need not be viewed as fearful.

12.    We can always perceive others as either extending love or giving a call for help.

Attitudinal Healing affirms that we are responsible for our thoughts and whatever feelings we experience.
Attitudinal Healing encourages us to re-examine our relationships, bringing them into the present by releasing past judgments and grievances.
Attitudinal Healing reminds us that perception is a mirror of what is in our mind.