Monday, November 04, 2013


I trust my choices and  live in integrity.
I honor what I know and respect what I don’t Know.
I learn quickly from all mistakes and choose again with wisdom.
I take time to make decisions that are beneficial to all concerned.

How do you know what you think you know?
How do you decide what is best for you?
How do you choose which way to go?
How do you make your way with so many choices?

Do you have in internal governing or guidance system?
Do you have a way of choosing between right and wrong?
Do you simply do what you were taught?
Do you go the same way as everyone you know??

Do you let the cost of energy or dollars be your guide?
Do you allow the approval of family and friends determine you choice?
Or do you simply listen to your own inner voice?
And let yourself choose what is “right” and “best” for you?

Every one of us must grow up and make our own adult choices.
Kids and adolescents get very confused by those who say one thing and do another.
Young adults are often faced with too many choices and not enough information to choose wisely.
We all make mistakes and either feel guilty and stupid or find someone to blame for our errors.

Consider creating better ways to make “right” and perfect decisions for you.
If you are unsure, stop and give yourself time to get clarity.
If you feel guilty, it is not the best decision to make.
If you are scared of the consequences, there is an inner conflict which must be resolved.
The choices with best outcomes are those which are in integrity with your values.
The choices which bring the best results are those which fit for your mind, body and spiritu.
The choices which will be the most helpful and  powerful are the ones you absolutely know are true.
We are here to learn to discern what is good for ourselves and do no harm.

All of us make numerous decisions everyday about what we think and do and say.
When we are in alignment with our whole and authentic self, we have no doubt or fear.
When we are living in integrity with what we value and believe, we are peaceful and happy.
When we are confused, conflicted, at odds with ourselves, our choices will be inadequate or mistaken.

It is essential we take time to clear conflict and gain clarity.
It is essential we use whatever tools we have to find our inner peace.
It is essential that we ask and listen within for the highest Good for all concerned.
It is essential that we choose inner peace above all else.

Take time.
Be patient.
Do not push or demand.
Be kind to your heart and mind that wants to be good and do not harm.

When we are wise, we take time to consider everything and everyone.
When we are wise, we pay attention to our conscience, our relationships, our health and money and more.
When we are wise, we honor our own unique decision making process.
Adults consider the consequences mindfully.
Immature children, adolescents and many adults, do not stop and ask what is right and good.

Loving our learning to make wise, informed, respectful and responsible decisions,  
Blessings, Betty Lue
Coming to Know

To “know” is to “love”. For when we fully know, we have an experience of acceptance, understanding, trust and love.  In working with this list of levels of consciousness, we can easily substitute “love” for “know”. Perhaps, for some, this will simplify and clarify where you are in your own unfoldment process. This is a process of learning where we are in recognizing how we come to know what we know and trust what we know and live what we know.

·       I don’t know and don’t know I don’t know.
·      I don’t know and don’t care.
·      I don’t know and don’t want to know.
·      I don’t know and wish I did.
·      I don’t know and seek to know.
·      I am coming to know.
·      I know and am afraid of what I know.
·      I know and am afraid I don’t.
·      I know and hold back what I know.
·      I know and share what I know in order to know.
·      I know and know I know quietly.
·      I am what I know.

With a little substitution:
·     I don’t love and don’t know I don’t love.
·     I don’t love and don’t care.
·     I don’t love and don’t want to love.
·     I don’t love and wish I did.
·     I don’t love and seek to love.
·     I am coming to Love.
·     I Love and am afraid of Love.
·     I Love and am afraid I don’t.
·     I Love and hold back my Love.
·     I Love and share Love to realize my Love.
·     I Love and share Love quietly.
·      I am Love.