February 3, 2018
Respond - Don't React
 
 
Do you wonder about the intensity in the last few weeks? Have your own moods or energies gone up and down? And how do we accentuate the positive in our lives at times like these?

Recently a friend shared how she tends to notice her mistakes and make a bigger deal out of them than her successes. Many people have a habit on focusing on what they consider mistakes and then beat themselves up with that.

In my book Unfolding the Mystery of Self, I suggest that there are no mistakes. Everything that happens gives information.

If a woman snaps at her husband and hurts his feelings, it suggests that she is unhappy and hasn't completely addressed it or healed it. If a person ignores a work obligation, it may mean that the person is unhappy with something at work and hasn't yet dealt with it, so it comes out as passive aggression.

What we consider mistakes always are experience that offer an opportunity for growth. Neglecting an important activity may mean I'm ready for a change or avoiding it for a good reason.

These situations create the opportunity to uncover the reason and consider what I want to do about it. Unhappiness always motivates me to do something different.
When a small meditation group I was co-leading became stagnant I saw my interest wane before I realized it was nearing its natural end. Letting it go was timely. My waning interest and behavior wasn't a mistake it was a clue.

What if tardiness is a clue that a person fears change or is too tired to go but didn't figure that out so went anyway, but late?

What if yelling at someone is a clue that your needs aren't being met? That if you take care of yourself, what ever it is that you need, sleep, counseling, nutrition, attention, or education that the yelling naturally changes to talking without yelling.

I'm not saying it is OK to yell at people but that it happens for a reason and if we get what we need, if we take action steps to know what underlies the unhappiness, then we can consider our options and make a change.

Secondly, notice self-talk. Do you say to yourself, "good job getting that done on time" or are you more likely to say, "I barely got that done on time, I always wait until the last minute?"

Self-talk tells us a lot about ourselves and generally it shows we are our own worst critic. Notice and even write into your journal the things you say to yourself in your head. Make yourself more conscious of what you are thinking.

Watch for, "that was stupid" or "I can't believe you did that". Notice how much kinder you are with what you say out loud to others. Generally, we are much kinder and more forgiving when another person makes what they consider a mistake.

You may have seen this picture after I posted it in social media. Create a written version for yourself, maybe as a note in your day timer, or keep this one as a screen saver, or as a download. Believing I'm not enough or believing any negative version of the "enoughs" causes continued pain. Take action and move towards healing with the "I am enough" focus.
 
To recap 1. There are no mistakes 2. Everything is an opportunity for growth 3. Identify what you really need 4. Give it to yourself 5. Notice your self-talk 6. Practice kindness in your self-talk 7. Know you are enough!
 
Lynne    

For Contemplation : Spend part of your meditation, maybe 10 minutes of it repeating
 "I Am Enough."


Please Note the New
Unfolding the Mystery of Self
And special VIP Option for you.

Offered in person in February and online in March. Topics in the workshop: I am infinite. I am an eternal luminous being. I am found in the quiet within. We are one. Each session features guidance, meditations, topics for contemplation, discussion and downloads.

The new VIP Option offers  4 hours with Dr. Lynne in a personalized day just for you. It includes two guided meditations, ThetaHealing, a reading, a body scan, downloads, change of limiting beliefs and ending with a future reading.

See additional events below for dates and pricing.


ThetaHealingĀ® Seminars schedule:
Learn, Empower, Change, Heal
 
Basic DNA ThetaHealing         February 6 - 8
Advanced DNA ThetaHealing  February 21 - 23 (prerequisite basic theta)
Dig Deep ThetaHealing            March 10 - 11 (prerequisite basic & adv theta)
Rhythm to a Perfect Weight     March 21 (prerequisite basic & adv theta)
 
Offered in person, in Phoenix, AZ  Visit www.LynneCockrum-Murphy.com  for details.


Additional events:

o   Feb. 5, 9, 12 & 16 Mondays & Wednesdays 1:30 - 3 pm

o   Contact Lynne to register and for the workshop address. Register now.

o   $198.00 for the 4 sessions. Price increases March 1, 2018 to $298.00.


VIP Option : A 5th session to follow the workshops - a personalized four-hour session - advanced Unfolding the Mystery of Self to include body scan, ThetaHealing, block removal, guided meditations, a future reading and more. Cost $4000 usually. Schedule now for $2000.
  • Unfolding the Mystery of Self workshops webinar March 16 & 17 from 9:30 am - 12:30 pm cost $298. VIP Option is available!
  • Unfolding the Mystery of Self workshop series online (non-interactive) always available to you as well as the VIP Option!

Embrace Your Journey Expo At the Pointe Hilton 16th Street, Phoenix, April. 22, 2018 Readings, Healing & Divine Guidance      

Contact me if you have questions. I hope to see you at one of these events.  And please, let me know several weeks in advance if you are taking one of the seminars so I will have time to have all the materials prepared and delivered for you. Thanks
Warmly,
 
Lynne
 
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