Sunday, January 26, 2020

Listen to Your Self

I love and accept myself the way I am.
I easily forgive my mistakes and quickly learn.
I follow my inner guidance and intuition.
I take time daily to appreciate my life choices.

Listen to Your Self

Is anyone listening to you?
It is solely your job to do.
To be true to you is your need.
Follow your heart is your choice.

You may be frustrated, angry or afraid.
You may be blaming or crying out for someone to save you.
You may be denying, doubting or feeling victimized.
Somewhere within you know, it is all about you saving you.

To blame others will misguide you.
To avoid yourself is to deny you.
To correct others will divide you.
To forgive yourself will bring you home to you.

There is so much to learn and know.
There is often a long way to go.
But the first step is the most important.
Listen to you by beginning within.

Write down your thoughts and feelings daily.
Journal your questions and fears.
Listen to your ideas with laughter and tears.
Learn to respect all that comes from within you.

You are here to really know YOU!
Within you is everything you seek.
Take some time to find what is true.
You are here to love and cherish you.

When you write the words you hear inside, you begin to find what is really interfering.
When you read what you have written, you can see what is good and truly helping you.
Some feelings and thoughts can be misguiding with their distortion and fear.
But some true loving helpful guidance will show up honest and clear.

Your job is to discern the truth that leads to safety and calm.
Your listening will see beneath what is angry and wrong.
The ideas and help will show you what voice coming through you.
You are looking only what is healing and loving and helpful to you.

So listen to what is right and good and true.
This comes from the real love with you.
Be willing to follow what is kind and good to you.
Love shows the way to follow every day.

Always beside you, Love will always guide you.
And I am with you.
Betty Lue

Saturday, January 25, 2020

Respect YourSelf!

I choose fun, safe and easy healing and learning.
I give up the need to fight to be right.
I see peace and happiness for everyone.
I choose to respond with love.

Choose with Respect!

Some stay too long.
Some quit too soon.
Some duck and avoid.
Some finish what they start.

Every encounter is for healing.
Every relationship is to heal oneself.
Every action creates a reaction.
Everything is for learning.

If you are avoiding, you may not have healed.
If you are quitting, you may not have learned.
If you are blaming, you may not have finished.
Consider wisely when you have calmed your emotional reactivity.

When we are afraid, we tend to blame or criticize.
When we are sorry, we tend to feel guilty and remorseful.
When we are forgiving, we begin to heal.
When we are compassion, we begin to learn.

Our life experiences show us what works and doesn’t work.
Our relationships push our unhealed buttons, until we react or respond.
Our emotions demonstrate our sensitivity to unconscious unhealed past woundedness.
When we seek to learn, heal and find peace, we respond to our own need.
Whether we step away or stay can determine what is the most safe and easy place to begin.
When in fear, it is difficult to heal and learn.
When upset, we cannot see what is a good place to be.
Give yourself the best place to do your healing and learning work.

We heal when we feel safe.
We learn most when at peace.
We trust more when we are open and hones.
We forgive others when we can forgive ourselves.

Step away and calm yourself.
Choose what works for all, when you want to learn.
Value yourself in the process of healing and learning.
Recognize the key is to always do what does no harm.

No guilt, no harm.
No fear, no harm.
No blame, no harm.
Choose to do no harm.

When you do not understand yourself or another, listen more deeply.
Loving us all as we let go of fear and seek only love.
Betty Lue

Friday, January 24, 2020

Be Of Courage!

I learn quickly and easily.
I trust the Love within me.
I follow the path of peace.
I see and do what is mine.

Look and See!

Look and see.
Listen and learn.
Speak and act.
Don’t hide from the truth!

Your truth is your perception of what is.
Another’s truth is their perception of what is.
Our perceptions are all unique.
We see through our own viewpoint, emotions, experiences, prejudices and opinions.

Be willing to see things differently.
Be open to see what is needed.
Be curious about what is another’s beliefs and judgments.
Our hopes and fears, our responses and reactions, judgments and criticism all distort our perception.

Our desire and courage help us look more deeply.
Let us stop, look and listen more openly before we react.
Let us ask, inquire, learn, and listen within before we judge.
This is a time for trust and tolerance as we move forward.

When you are moved to act, trust yourself.
As you are called to speak up, share your position.
When you want to know more, research and learn motivation.
We are here together to each and all play our parts,.

It is together that we come to see more of what is.
The eight blind men each had their own perspective on the elephant.
We each have our own view of the many diverse pieces of the whole.
Only as we discover and share can we recognize what we seem to perceive.

In our acceptance of personal truth and perspective, we can begin to recognize what seems to be.
Arguing to be right gets us fixed on our personal position to “WIN”.
We each have something to share and some way to care.
Let us begin to understand we all will WIN or LOSE together.

When we are complaining and fighting, no one benefits.
When we are at war with  the need to be right, we make others “wrong”.
When we think about an outcome that feels “safe” for everyone, we being to see things differently.
Choose to be courageous and think with your heart.

What can I learn?
How can I serve the greater Good?
What can I do?

Listen to your heart and do as you are inspired to do.
Betty Lue