Wednesday, March 09, 2005

Moving On

Personal Note: I am in Kalamazoo, Michigan and Hammond, Indiana the next four days. Leave at 5AM Thursday and home midnight on Sunday.
Always available by voicemail/pager 800-919-2392 or my cell 925-324-2409. Don’t hesitate to call or email. Loving Reminders again on 3/15.

Moving On

Are you stuck?
Are you waiting for someone?
Are you comfortable where you are?
Are you uncertain about what to do?

If you are complete with your relationship, your job, your home or the community in which you live, it may be time to move on.
If you are too comfortable, content and lazy in your personal growth and spiritual development, it may be time to move on.
If you are stuck in pain, in upset, in frustration or resentment, it may be time to move on.
Life offers wakeup calls and opportunities to move, change and transform. If we ignore, deny or don't get quiet enough to listen, the calls become stronger and more obvious.

Are you here to live or to vegetate?
Are you here to grow or just hang out?
Are you here to contribute or take advantage of other?
Are you here to create or just maintain others creations?

Doubt and fear are the ego's tricks to stop you.
Confusion and uncertainty are the tools of fear.
Love is confident and committed.
Love is clear and definite.

When in doubt and fear, what do you do?
Do you analyze, seek approval, get expert advice, open your intuition, trust your past, wait and see?
Do you distract yourself, delay taking action, create other options, find a fallback position?
The paralysis of analysis is asking for facts and proof endlessly.
Procrastination is waiting through distraction.
Stuck in seeking approval and the opinions of others is fear.

We are afraid to move because…
We might fail.
We might appear foolish.
We might be different than others.
We might succeed beyond our wildest dreams.
Everything might change.
We might grow and leave those we love behind.
We are afraid of the unknown and comfortable with the known.

Just ask yourself…
Is it time for me to move on?
If YES, ask "How can I make a change in the most positive, loving and appreciative way for All?"
If "No", ask "How can I more fully and freely open to the love, gratitude and possibilities present?"
Let us move on the highest possibility for each one of us.
Let us encourage one another to follow our dream.
Let us all do our very best and give our very best to others.

Loving you,
Betty Lue