Thursday, April 30, 2020

Reveal and Heal

Life offers revelations of learning.
Explore the learning and discover your truth.
Practice your truth to see which way to go.
Healing reveals what you have learned.

Reveal and Heal

When we feel unsafe, we cannot tell.
When we feel judged, we are afraid.
When we tell lies, we hide from truth.
When we feel ashamed, we duck.

It is when we show that we can let go.
Hiding our truth makes us more vulnerable.
Blaming our past leaves us insecure.
We need to reveal in order to heal.

Find the safest person to share.
Ask that they forgive and erase.
Find the simplest process to write and release.
Wipe the slate clean by realizing the past is gone.

When we are free of fear, we can clear.
Listen to your own judgment and forgive.
We need not relive or review in order to learn.
We can undo what no longer is true.

Our work here is to clean the slate.
Never repeat what is not healthy and good.
Stop remembering what not helpful to anyone
You can finally release never to repeat.

Some see the past as haunting them.
Some believe you must remember to never repeat.
Some trust that what you hold onto is likely to be repeated.
Feel your energy when you remember and when you forgive and forget.

Left over layers of waste sink to the bottom.
When they are stirred up, they come to the surface.
Filter them off and throw them away to be fertilizer another day.
If left to ferment and become toxic, they may pollute your life energy.

Reveal and let go.
Reveal and you’ll know.
Reveal and you will heal.
Celebrate your healing with courage and joy.

Trusting you in loving, respecting and honoring you.
Betty Lue

Wednesday, April 29, 2020

Healthy Families Care!

I am open and willing to know and respond with kindness.
I trust I can always do something to be truly helpful.
My awareness and attention will benefit others.
I choose to teach, model and inspire a better way to live.

Are We Aware?

Are we teaching our children well?
Do we know what they need to learn?
Is anyone listening to what is missing?
How do we show we really care?

If we are unaware, we do not know.
If we isolate ourselves, how can we help?
When we are in our own world, we may be unaware.
When we care, we show up, pay attention and teach the truth.

Every real interaction shows me what I need to know.
When I am aware, I see to know what is needed to be taught.
As we listen with real caring, we begin to understand the needs.
When we stop assuming, we realize we must listen and respond.

It seems every week I am made aware of the needs even more.
I watch our next generations reach out with little response.
It seems adults may be too busy, too distracted or simply too overwhelmed to do what is needed.
Or maybe our world is too complicated with problems to know where to start and what to do?

I ask myself and invite you to ask yourself too.
What are we leaving for the next generations.
Are we not responsible for cleaning up the mistake we have made?
Are we the ones who need to set the example, forgive our mistakes and make amends?

Sex, drugs, violence……now in high school, middle school and grade school.
Who is paying attention to our children and those who “parent” them?
Are we helping our world to clear the mistakes, temptations and lack of education?
Is anyone aware of the problems under the problems which seem to be neglected?

When we don’t want to see, we close our eyes and simply assume it is “their” problem.
When we are too busy handling our own issues, we make up the kids will manage their own.
When we watch at a distance, we detach from those in our schools and neighborhoods needing help.
The problems are almost too shocking to see, hear and believe.

Our children and families belong to us.
Everyone is our responsibility.
What our children do and learn and experience comes from us.
We are influencers of what is our future.

Children copy what they see at home, on TV and internet, as well as from their peers.
Children and youth experiment with the language and behavior of the adults they see.
Our future generations watch what adults think and create, do and say and try it out.
We are watching what we need to correct and heal, forgive and help, and care.

Be aware and care.  
Trusting those who know a better way to step up and show up.
Love in action benefits us all.
Betty Lue

Tuesday, April 28, 2020

Is It Time?

All things work together for good.
I trust myself to choose what is right for me.
I am always in the right place at the right time.
I am on time and in time to flow with my life.

Is It Time?

Is it time to forgive?
Is it time to let go?
Is it time to learn?
Is it time to know?

How can you tell when it is time?
People often procrastinate.
Some wait until it’s too late.
Other just claim to be “not ready”.

If you have thought about it, it is time.
If it comes up in conversation, it is time.
If you are resisting it, it is time.
If it “haunts” you, it is time.

There are signs when it is time.
There are hints that it must be done.
There are questions or cues that it is calling you.
When will you just do it?

Life often is reaching out for a response.
People often call for help.
Situations ask for our completion.
Why hesitate and let it wait?

There are so many leftovers waiting for our attention.
They weigh us down and keep us from moving on.
Time keeps dragging on rather than inviting freedom.
Consider what is simply asking for your closure.

No point on carrying the wait (weight) of unfinished business with us.
No need to drag around our resentments and grievances.
Heavy past history muddles our minds and becomes physically toxic.
It is best to simply let go and know you are free and unfettered.

Are you ready?
Are you willing?
Are you able?
If not, what is keeping you in waiting and hesitating?

Sometimes just asking the question frees up your response.
Sometimes you simply need a good “reason” to say “Yes”.
Sometimes we can forgive ourselves for hanging on.
Whatever you do, it is your choice to respond with courage, wisdom and love.

Trusting you to do what is the right time for you.
Betty Lue

Monday, April 27, 2020

What Controls or Guides You?

I listen within to the love and spirit that lives within me.
I trust myself and free myself to choose with wisdom and courage.
I know myself and honor what is right for me.
I guide my own life and learn from the experiences.

Are You Controlled or Guided?

Are you listening to others or to yourself?
Are you controlled by addictions or attachments?
Are you trying to please or fix or get approval?
Who or what seems to make the decisions for you?

Do you get opinions and feedback from others?
Are you trusting someone else more than you?
Do you listen and get confused?
Do you feel pushed, and demanded by others?

Sometimes we need to learn to listen to our own voice.
Sometimes we get confused and conflicted by others.
Sometimes we become dependent on parents and partners.
Sometimes we don’t know how to trust ourselves.

What controls you?
What do you fear most?
What is the condition you must always consider?
Addictions and attachments often become the master of our choices.

Does money or fear of lack of security control you?
Do your addictions to smoking, drugs, tv shows or fears run your life?
Are you attached to what will happen or who will care if you make the “wrong” choice?
Do you feel controlled by limiting habits or past choices?

Are you free to make your own choices?
Do you inquire within to ascertain what is best for you?
Are you open and willing to seek what is truly right for you?
Are you guided by your purpose, principles and process?

People may offer suggestions, advice or guidance.
You may listen to others opinions. 
You may admire others’ life choices.
Your question should always be: “What Works for Me?”
So listen to what guides and provides for your life.

Turn your life over to what you trust.
Give your choices to what is good for you.
Notice what you allow to distract, delay and detour you.
Be aware of what inspires and sustains your consciousness and life energy.

You have the right and responsibility to choose what guides and provides for your life.
You can choose to listen within to what is in your own heart and mine.
What has heart and meaning for you?
Are you living true to your authentic self?

Find your own path of health, happiness, integrity and fulfillment.
Betty Lue 

Your primary job is to be kind and feel good.
When you do your job, everyone around you benefits.

Sunday, April 26, 2020

Focus on Being Happy!

I choose to think, feel and act in ways that bring happiness
I forgive what interferes with a happy heart and peaceful mind.
I choose to be happy rather than try to be right.
I allow happiness and peace to guide my life. 

Be Happy!

Did you know when you are happy, your immune system is stronger?

What can you do today to find inner peace?
What are you willing to do to be happy?
How do you intend to take care of your well-being?
Are you aware of letting go of the mi-creations and misperceptions you hold?

Much of life is about collecting and rejecting sources of unhappiness.
Much of what we do is adding to worry, judgment, lack and limitation.
Without any conscious awareness, we are being taught and sold what is not good.
When attached or stuck with what is not healthy or helpful, how do you free yourself?

Make an extensive list of what you do with your time and money.
Grade each item with a good and bad and neutral rating. +, -, =.
Begin immediately letting go of what is bad or negative for you.
Work on changing your attitude and habits to select only what is good and positive  for you.

Pay attention to how you feel, what you think and what inspires you.
Notice and delete what feels bad, draining or depressing for you.
Be willing to be honest, because everything changes.
Life is about choosing what is good and true and right for you now.

In the present moment, you must be clear, conscious and committed to what is inspiring for you.
You deserve to be happy.
You are meant to be happy.
You must honor your own happiness.

When you are happy, everything works better.
What is best for you is best for others.
While what is right for you may not be right for another, your happiness is best for others.
What you choose teaches you what to choose to feel best, think your best and create your best.

Who we associate with often influences us in major ways.
Who you talk with, sleep with and learn from all influence your thoughts, feelings and behavior.
Consider choosing those who are happy, healthy and positive.
Choose positive programs and movies you watch, the books you read and lives you admire.

You are what you think.
You become what you admire.
You behave like those around you.
When you are free and independent, you can choose to lead rather than follow.

What do you need to choose and change to be happy, truly and consistently happy?
This is your right, your responsibility and your privilege.
Make choices that bring you lasting peace and happiness 
Together, we make a difference,
Betty Lue

We need Joy as we need air!
We need Love as we need water!
We need each other as we need the earth we share.
Maya Angelou

Saturday, April 25, 2020

Mature Adult Behavior

I think, speak and act with respect and consideration for everyone.
I treat others as I want to be treated.
I live my life with respect, responsibility and cooperation with others.
I forgive all immature, emotionally reactive behavior.

Are You a Conscious Adult?

Are you behaving like a mature person?
Are you able to control your emotions?
Do you respond with respect and kindness?
Are you listening to what others are really saying?

If you are the conscious adult, you will behave like a mature adult.
If you are aware of where others are coming from, you will be responsive to their needs.
If you realize that reading this email is a sign of maturity, you will away from childish behavior.
Ir you recognize you are the source of Love in your relationship, you will remember to give Love. 

Mature adults do not behave like children or critical parents.
Mature adults speak and act in ways that create adult responses.
Mature adults are respectful and considerate, compassionate and kind.
Mature adults seek creative solutions and offer responsible responses.

If you are a conscious adult, you will not think, talk or behave in childish ways.
If you are a mature adult, you will respond with love to those lacking in love.
If you are a conscious adult, you will give your best to everyone, beginning with yourself.
If you are a mature adult, you will remember to clear the fear and judgments with forgiveness.

If you are awake and aware, you will step away from useless arguments and fighting.
If you are respectful and responsible, you will see solutions in which no one loses.
If you are caring and compassionate, you will take time to listen and learn what is truly helpful.
If you are giving what you want to have, you will see the needs and fill them in yourself and others.

Crying, complaining, and criticizing are camouflage for what is your responsibility.
When you see a need in yourself and others, it is yours to fill.
When you feel a lack in yourself and others, it is yours to clear the limiting emotional patters.
When you hear a call for love, it is yours to find the Love in you to awaken the Love in others.

We are here to erase what calls us to be as a child, needy and dependent.
When we are waiting for someone else to do it for us, we have forgotten who we Are.
When we are blaming someone else for what is missing, we have neglected to take responsibility.
When we are allowing us to be hurt, scared and alone, we must remember what is our choosing.

We are responsible and capable.
We are good enough.
We are smart enough.
And besides people like us!!

It is time for us to grow up and take responsibility for the entirety of our lives.
No more whining, blaming and feeling sorry for ourselves. 
Cleaning up the past is easy if we begin now without blaming anyone.
Start new each day with Being Clear, Certain, Consistent and Sincere.

Love being capable and responsible.
It works!
Betty Lue

Do you know how to think, speak and behave consciously?
Do you know how to treat others with respect and kindness?
Are you willing to learn to be responsible in all relationships?
Do you know the difference between right and wrong?

Treat others as you want to be treated.Forgive everyone and everything, for all time, including yourself.
Be courteous and helpful.
Give your best, no matter what others do.
Make no assumptions, and recognize you do not know.
Keep your agreements and your promise to yourself and others.
Take turns in your interactions and following procedures.
Be fair in your decisions and choose what is good for all concerned.
Eliminate all cruelty or destructive thoughts, words or behaviors.

Think of others as you want to be thought of.Stop judging, complaining and gossiping.
Stop negatively thinking about yourself and others.
Forgive and erase all thoughts and behaviors that are hurtful.

Speak to others as you want to be spoken to.Use “please” and “thank you”, even with children.
Talk in a pleasant tone of voice to everyone.
Stop demanding and expecting: respectfully request.
Don’t pretend you know, when you don’t know.

Responsible BehaviorsEradicate addictive behavior and create healthy choices.
Clean up after yourself, in your relationships and your home.
Follow through on your plans, projects and promises.
Clean your house and car, your mind and messages.
Treat the environment and earth with conscious respect.
Stop excessive spending and Save your money.
Be respectful of the people and possessions in your life.
No drunkenness or disorderly behavior.
No swearing or name-calling.
Never abuse unhealthy food, drink or drugs.
Stop expecting others to do for you what you don’t do.
Live with respectful words, kind thoughts and positive behavior in clean home.

Friday, April 24, 2020

Take Care of You!

Letting go is fun, safe and easy.
I free myself to joyfully be myself.
I stop weighing myself down.
I forgive myself for limiting myself.

Too Much To Handle?

Do you have more than you can care for?
Is your time full of useless activity?
Are you filling your space with unneeded stuff?
Do you stay so busy you have no time to enjoy?

When we have too much, we neglect it.
When we do too much, we get tired and cranky.
When we hurt too much, we shut down or numb ourselves.
When we accumulate too much, it loses its value.

Assess what you are doing with your life.
Look at how you care for your family.
Notice the state of your home, bedroom, kitchen and living room.
Ask yourself what you do with your time and all your stuff.

When we have too much, we lose appreciation and real care.
If we cannot be fully responsible, we blame others and feel guilty.
When we lose our positive mind, we forget to be grateful.
When we neglect our self appreciation, we stop taking care of ourselves.

Are you taking the time to love you?
Do you respond to your own needs with kindness?
Are you patient with your mistakes and forgetfulness?
Do you take time to nurture yourself and enjoy life?

Too much is too much.

Even taking five minutes to stop and breath is helpful. 
Getting up in the quiet of the morning with a cup of tea can bring clarity.
Taking a shower with mindfulness can set the tone for more patience.
Being willing to read one page of inspiration before bedtime will calm your mind.

Learn a simple quiet time practice.
The clouds, sunset, walk in your yard can be moments to fill you with peace.
Begin to undo and release whatever is heavy, difficult and hurtful to you.
Open your heart to feel love and joy and gratitude again for anything and everything.

Seek out healing sounds and sights, interactions and inspiration.
Find joy in watching whatever you can fully appreciate.
Give your peace and kindness to those who need help.
Relinquish focus on what brings you disappointment and despair.

You can forgive, undo, erase and let go of what you do not need.
You can value, enjoy, appreciate and focus on what lifts you us.
Lighten your life and you will lighten your mind.
Loving you, 
Betty Lue

I am here to serve.
I will always have time for you.
What do you want?
What do you need?

If you need me to listen or counsel, guide or coach, I am here.
If you need support for healthy ways of caring for others, I am here.
If you need  kind words or loving reminders, I am here.
If you need to remember how Good You Are, I am here.
You are important.
You matter to me.
You make a difference.
You deserve the best.

Contact me via email, text or voice mail.
I will respond.
I care.
I am here.

Loving us all,
Betty Lue

Thursday, April 23, 2020

Purposeful Living

I do what I love and share what I have.
I always have plenty to give and to share.
I let go of false expectations and learn what I really want to have.
I find meaning and purpose in sharing the very best in me.

Living On Purpose

When we live with purpose daily, we feel happy, whole and free.
When we stop using our body lovelessly, we are healthy, energized and productive.
When we relinquish past regrets and grievances, our mind is open for creativity. 
Life is a powerful instrument of creativity, enjoyment and service.

Learn to live each day with thoughtful creation.
Learn to give your energy to have more, do more, share more and enjoy more.
Learn to bring your most conscious and connected self to each moment.
Learn to be your best self in all circumstances and watch you life grow.

Life is meant to be lived with meaning and purpose.
Life is here to be blessed with clarity, choice and communication.
Life is enhances with our commitment to give all to have all.
And when we give our life purpose we experience the blessings of health, happiness and fulfillment.

We can squander our time, money and energy and receive no return.
We can let life slip away with no awareness of its true value.
We can sleep and dream, but never experience the full joy of experiencing.
We can eat, drink and be merry, but never really know the fullness of Gratitude.

We are here to learn what to value and how to enjoy our lives.
We have the opportunity to explore and experiment to see what is Good for us.
We can create and erase again and again.
Vision and manifestation come with our freedom of choice.

Often we live and share what is popular or valued by others.
We may live out our parents wishes for us.
We often choose what may create fame and riches.
We even oppose society and set limits on ourselves.

The real key to living on purpose is to begin again without prejudice.( pre-judging)
The opportunity is available to give up where we are stuck and tied to former choices.
We can claim what seems fun, safe and easily flows through our lives.
We can find inner peace and joy in what is right there ready for us to choose.

Learning to discern what seems natural and joyous may be a foreign concept.
Relinquishing the concept of a difficult life of hard work and struggling is our highest option.
As we learn to undo the obstacles in our way, we stop resisting, denying and blocking what is good.
Living with meaning and purpose comes naturally when we listen within to our joy.

Know you can and will be happy, when you live what is on purpose for you.
Know you will have confidence and enjoy what you are doing and how you are living.
Know you deserve to have a life that is fulfilling everyday in a very honest way.
Believe in yourself and live your dreams.

Show Up.
Pay attention.
Share the Highest Truths.
Let go of Attachment.

Living life with heart and meaning.
Always Loving You,
Betty Lue

What better time than now to reflect on “your true life Purpose”!
Please ask, if you need some help to clarify what bring you real Happiness!

Once you become aware of what really inspires and guides you, you will begin to focus on it daily.
Your purpose becomes your guiding light.
You breathe it and live it and share it in all you are and do!!
You will attract to you all good and only good for your highest purpose.


What do I really want in my life?
Make a list of at least 20 wants. Freely write down everything that comes to mind, with no censoring or limits.)

What does your heart want for you?
What is your simplest wish for yourself?
What do you really want to have?
What do you really want to be?
What do you really want to do?

What do I love to do?What makes me the happiest?
What is my secret ambition?
What has given me the most satisfaction in the past?
What excites me about life?
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2      _________________________________________
3      _________________________________________
4      _________________________________________
5      _________________________________________

What am I good at?What have others told me I was good at?
In what areas of life have I excelled?
What are some of my strengths?
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2      _________________________________________
3      _________________________________________
4      _________________________________________
5      _________________________________________

What is important to me?What would I be willing to sacrifice for?
What do I stand for?
What would I commit myself for regardless of the obstacles?
1      _________________________________________
2      _________________________________________
3      _________________________________________
4      _________________________________________
5      _________________________________________

What was I born to do?Where in life can I make a difference?
What unique opportunities have been placed in my path?
What specifically does God want me to do?
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2      _________________________________________
3      _________________________________________
4      _________________________________________
5      _________________________________________

Based on the answers above, develop a short paragraph outlining your purpose. Take the three top priorities from the four areas to which you just committed answers. Construct a statement that explains what you are beginning to sense in your purpose. This can be a work in progress. What is important is to commit to something in writing. Your purpose can be anything you want it to be and it can include anything that is important to you.

My Purpose Statement:______________________________________________