Posted on Jan. 27, 2006
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free ourselves of the hope that the sea will ever rest. We must
learn to sail in high winds."
~quote from Leif Smith.
Much of our visualizing is an
effort to protect ourselves from feeling life's turbulence. Don't
you think that's because we're afraid we may be inadequate to stay the
course if it's not easy, or that we must be unhappy if it's not easy?
I suggest that we will be happier when we give up
trying to experience an easy life and focus on finding ever more
exciting and unexpected strengths in ourselves. By doing so, we
will eventually watch the storms approaching with anticipation of the
thrill of self discovery and expansion.
Wishing You the Best Outcome you can Imagine and Speak