Monday, September 13, 2021



I let go and trust in the Highest Good.

I release false expectations and fear.

I free myself and others to be and do and have what is right and true for us each one.

I no longer need others approval. I now approve of myself.

Expectations & Disappointments

When we want people to be the way we prefer, they may disappoint us.

When we expect ourselves to achieve and succeed, we may disappoint ourselves.

When we set up standards for how our families or friends should be, we often are disappointed.

When we compare ourselves with others or what we admire, we will often be disappointed.

What are your expectations?

How do you want to be seen?

What have you agreed to accomplish?

Do you prefer to be free or have expectations for yourself?

Everyone is changing and rearranging their lives according to what they feel is needed.

Some are trying to conform.

Some are trying to succeed.

Some don’t care.

Who are you pleasing?

Are you expecting others to do what you want?

Do you look for standards of behavior in relating?

Are you accommodating your parents, partner, friends or a worldly or spiritual standard?

Some have a mission, principles and guidelines in their lives.

Some seek to learn and some teach what they are learning.

Some are seeking for what to believe and how to live.

Some are resting and choosing a comfort zone in which to live.

Our lives seem to intersect and connect as needed.

We each seem to follow our own guidelines.

Many are regularly disappointed by others’ choices.

We may give up our expectations and simply trust in freedom of choice.

Observe faulty expectations and how often they yield disappointment.

Observe how being dependent on others’ choices is a set up for being disappointed.

Observe how your own choices are not always dependable and consider allowing change.

Observe how life offers infinite opportunities for change and being stuck may create inner conflict.

Weather changes and so do moods and attitudes.

Creation is every changing and expanding exponentially.

Openness and willingness invite alternative choices and changes.

Relationships, finances, creations, opportunities are always changing and rearranging.

Consider being surprised instead of disappointed.

Consider appreciating rather than criticizing.

Consider loving and learning rather than fearing and limiting.

Consider awakening and allowing all things to work together for Good.

Loving it all as I let go and trust in Good for Goodness Sake,  

Betty Lue