Today’s Affirmation; I, Stephanie, (insert your name here if you like) choose to sooth my emotional up set as if I was the mother to my emotions. When I feel frustrated about anything I say to me Oh, Honey, what is it that is making you so discouraged, then I patiently listen to my emotional rant, so I am feeling frustrated about the behavior of another, and wanting things to be different, is the basis for my rant, so with the ears of a my motherly self, I respond compassionately with empathizing words of comfort and reassurance. Then I repeat Ho’oponopono, or the 23rd Pslam, or just breathe and remember that this emotion shall pass, breathe and just remember that this too shall pass, breathe and remember that this feeling is passing, then once the strong emotion has passed I am free to reexamine the situation with a more calmer perspective, speaking my truth from a place of transformation. Thank you for transforming everyday that you wake up. Thank you for opening your heart to love. I Love You. :~)
Here is another book I loved absorbing!
Full catastrophe living: using the wisdom of your body and mind to face stress, pain, and illness, by Jon Kabat-Zinn. Delta Trade Paperbacks, 1991. ISBN 0-385-30312-2.
Today I am grateful for the wisdom that the Universe has bestowed upon my spirit, so that I can use the great wealth of resources provided to me through the development of my power to direct my thoughts and emotions for the betterment of my consciousness, for understanding that the spiritual teachings of all religions teach that when I harness the might of my emotions and thoughts within myself, then I am connected to source energy, as I am present and for trusting that emotion is the power that holds the Universe together so I direct my emotional energy with forethought, compassion, patience and personal responsibility for every emotion that I emote. Thank you for joining me in jubilation today. Thank you for sharing your joy with someone today. I Love You. :~)
The book I just finished, that I listened to so that I can be my most kind self is
“Toward a True Kinship of Faiths” by H.H. the Dalai Lamahttp://www.dalailama.com/biography/books