Tuesday, July 26, 2022

Ask Yourself

I write and share these Loving Reminders for all of us to use!

The affirmations are for you to read aloud or silently.

They will become part of you when you clear your resistance.

Consider learning to use affirmations daily. 

(Ask me how they work best!)


I love being me.

I show up for myself.

I pay attention and listen to my Self.

I choose what is right and good for me.

Have You Asked Yourself?

Where are you going?

Where have you been?

What are you doing?

What have you done?

Who are you being?

Who have you been?

How are you changing?

How have you changed?

Is the world rearranging?

Have you rearranged your thoughts and ideas?

Have you changed how you feel and relate?

Are you doing what needs to be done?

  1. When are you happy with yourself?
  2. What gives you a feeling of inner peace?
  3. When do you allow yourself to relax and rest?
  4. What gives you good thoughts and feelings?

So often in life we just follow the flow and do what needs to be done.

We may let others lead us or tell us what and when and how to do.

What is wrong and right often creates upsets and fights.

So how do you know what is your right place to grow?

Could you take five minutes a day to find your Will and your Way?

Are you willing to stop and listen within to your right place to begin?

Can you undo what is their right way and do what is truly good for you?

Are your ready to choose your life as you want it to be?

Each one of us has our own unique path and purpose.

You have your gifts, talents and resources.

You can name and claim your vision, mission and goals.

You can take charge and choose what is good for you.

When you ask yourself what you want, listen deeply to your heart guiding you.

There will be no guilt and fear when you are clear and living what is dear to you.

You will find peace of mind when you live what is truly highest and best for you.

All will be in harmony when you choose to be the best you can be now and now and now.

Your REAL Job is to be GOOD to YOU.

Loving you and me, as we love ourselves well.

Betty Lue