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Catching Time with to Be with Yourself
Time alone to connect to your inner true
Self is paramount to having inner peace. During the holiday
season, many of us are busy with time consuming things:
preparing for the fun of the season such as family visits and
meals, exchanging gifts and cards, etc. December is really no
different from any other month, in that life is full of
distractions to maintaining a deep spiritual connection to
oneself. Think about it. Isn't it the number one priority of
many people on the healing journey to live from the strength
and guidance of this spiritual essence? Well then, I invite
you to catch some time amidst the distractions and set your
inner work as a top priority.
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Joy is closely aligned with
freedom because the joyful human being experiences life's
fullness and nurturing even through disappointment, anger,
anxiety, or loss. Joy is an internal state of being, one that
emerges from a profound belief in the sacredness of life. If
you are moving into joy, it is because you have accepted that
you can risk. Whether or not you succeed in the terms you
imagine, you have succeeded in the eyes of the Universe. When
you risk saying, doing, or expressing your own essence, you
become renewed even when you are initially uncomfortable or
afraid of being vulnerable or feeling exposed. You are moving
into self-love and confidence...
By Suzanne E. Harrill
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from last newsletter question:
Later Question: We haven't had much success getting a
counselor who my daughter feels understands her. She says I am
the one who listens to her best, but I feel so inadequate. I
think the problem is that she finds herself in a very hard
situation (financially, job wise and new location) and can't
see any options to get herself out of the "hole."
She admits she has a problem with procrastination, so I
presume making a decision is desperately scary for her under
the circumstances. How can I encourage her?