How To Be Awesome Even When You're Not Being Awesome

How To Be Awesome Even When You're Not Being Awesome

I feel it is important to really differentiate these steps so that they can be a clear process in our personal system of ethics that enable us to cope with conflicting emotions when challenging times arise. When our confidence breaks and self-doubt takes hold, step by step processes can be calming and help to reascertain that we can habitualise more beneficial pranic patterns. 

The part that I suspect is more highly needed and most commonly missing  (because it wasn’t status quo local know-how in my main communities) is step 1

I'M SO GLAD YOU'RE HERE

I'M SO GLAD YOU'RE HERE

Communicate with kid gloves. Soft hands. We are free to grow when we approach conversations with humility and curiosity. These external interactions are the subtle, not so subtle habitual influences that inform our sense of self-worth and all of the choices we base upon that sense (or lack thereof) of worth. Conscious listening and speaking are powerful practices in humility.

Don't Block the Flow

Don't Block the Flow

When my father learned that he was sick, the doctor thought he would have two years to live. When Dad told me, I was gobsmacked (under exaggeration). I didn't see that coming. He passed away about 2 weeks later. Thankfully, I was able to get home to spend his last week with him (not knowing it would be his last week). It was shocking to see how many years (decades) he had aged in just a few months because of a richter's transformation in his undiscovered lymphoma. I had to keep my eyes wide while with him to prevent tear drops from falling - I wanted to be reassuring and calming. What I realized today was that had he had those two years, I would be saying goodbye sometime around now.