Bear hugs kettle. I put a copy of that picture on the dashboard of my car. I put the kettle hugging bear in the car because that is where I often find myself thinking about great, horrible, wholly imaginary wrongs that might (but most probably never will) be done to me. I put myself into one of these snits while driving home from work on Monday. Just by chance I clicked the Resources tab of the MKMMA web site first thing when I got home and there it was, the reminder that I had needed so badly just 30 minutes earlier.
My thoughts go to much more pleasant places while I’m driving now. It’s been less than a week but I love that bear for helping me to remember in the momemt to use the 7 Laws of the Mind.
One statement that Davene put out there for us during the webinar hit me between the eyes. She said that if I think I’m struggling than I will struggle. Well, I have been struggling and saying so just about every week. How much of my struggling is old habits, old blue prints and craving my old peptides. Maybe I don’t need to struggle to grow. It’s a thought that I’m thinking a lot lately. I seem more comfortable struggling than soaring. It is very familiar.
I am making friends with my future me and she does not need to struggle; she is happy, loving, harmonious, powerful, perfect, strong and whole. With a room that is hers alone.