Saturday, June 04, 2016

Who Knows?

It takes One to know One.
I listen to myself and honor what I know.
I love myself and am true to myself.
I listen, respect, honor and care for myself.

Who Really Knows?

Who really knows what is right or wrong?
Who really know what you actually want?
Who really knows what you should do?
Who really knows what is best for you?

No one knows better than you know.
Experts know what they know.
Doctors, therapists, psychics know what they know.
Everyone knows within the limits of their own experience.

You know yourself better than anyone, if you care to listen.
You know what is right and wrong.
You know what you really want.
You know what is best for you.

Take time to be with yourself.
Listen to what your body needs.
Listen deeply to what your thoughts tell you.
Listen to what you emotions are asking for.

When you listen deeply in a consistent way, you can hear what is there.
When undistracted by what everyone and everything else is telling you, you can listen to YOU.
When you make time to be still and listen you will hear the answers to your own questions.
When you are willing to write down your questions and your inner answers, you will hear.

You know what brings up fear.
You know what brings you peace.
You know what opens your heart.
You know what closes your mind.

You know what rings true.
You know what is good for you.
You know right from wrong.
You know what laughter and song.

You know when something does not digest well.
You know when you feel energized and alive.
You know when you feel happy and free.
You can know what you hear, feel and see.

Let us take time to our natural state of Love.
This begins by Loving You, all of You.
It is supported by listening to you, all of You.
It is enhanced by honoring You, all of You.

Stop, look and listen to you and what you really Know.
Loving you for being true.
Betty Lue

Listen, listen, listen to your Heart song.

The 12 Principles of Attitudinal Healing
By Jerry Jampolsky, MD and ACIM

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.