Value of introducing distance when changing into what you want

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“As you detox from drama addiction yourself, you may need to pull away (temporarily or permanently) from people who feed into the addiction. This is similar to a newly recovering alcoholic distancing him or herself from previous drinking buddies.”

– Doreen Virtue

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Allow yourself to overcome fear

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“When fear is raging in your head and heart, it is incredibly damaging. You can’t think straight. You can’t make sound decisions. You can’t be your very best. Fear prevents you from being more and having more.”

– Suze Orman
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When in fear, the suggestion is to be your own best friend and soothe yourself. The moment you become aware that you are in fear, you can tell yourself things like – “take a deep breath. Relax. It’s okay. This too shall pass. It will be okay. Help is on its way. I am sure things will get better….”

Once feeling better, you may like to carry out the action inspired from within you from that place of feeling better. When in fear, the suggestion is not to do anything but just soothe yourself to a better feeling place when you can.

The suggestion also is to deliberately create more feel good moments through the day every day so that fewer experiences which make you feel fear come your way. The best way to take care of fear is before it comes. What do I mean? I mean “pre paving” or “pre programming” your life. When you deliberately create more feel good moments on a daily basis, you allow the law of attraction to match you up with more feel good moments and thereby, you reduce moments in which you feel any negative emotion in your life. That is when the coincidences and the serendipities in life start being the way you would like them to be – i.e. giving you more to feel what you want to feel (and less of what you do not want to feel). You are the creator on your life and you can manifest what you want.

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The value of the bigger picture

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“When people thought the world was flat, it wasn’t that their thinking was distorted, (The data that they were collecting gave them that information.) it was that they were not broad sighted enough to step back far enough to see the big picture. And that’s what we see with so many of you: You are so close to the reality that you are creating, that you sometimes can’t see the bigger picture.”

– Abraham
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If you are all wrapped up in the problem in your physical reality, it can be difficult to see the solution. The vibration of the problem is different from the vibration of the solution. When you are at 98.4 FM and you want to listen to 106.7 FM, you have to change the dial. The frequencies are different.

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What others feel is irrelevant.

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What others feel is irrelevant. How you felt and how you are feeling now is what matters…

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Compare how you feel with no one. Compare how you feel only with how you felt.

“I felt and now I feel. I felt and now I feel. I felt and now I feel. Oh, you want to tell me how you feel? It is irrelevant. How you feel is irrelevant. How I felt and how I feel. How I felt and how I feel. how I felt and how I feel.”

– Abraham

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We always have a choice

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Reminds me of something a professor said during my undergraduation in Psychology – “If you want, you can be your best friend and if you want, you can be your worst enemy.”

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“I am the loving operator of my mind.”

– Louise Hay

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This is true freedom

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Being yourself mean not worrying about what other people thing of you. It means doing things because you want to do them, or feel like doing them because they bring you joy, instead of doing things because you want people to like you and accept you, or because you want to “fit in”.

– Anita Moorjani

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