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Do you judge yourself for “wimping out”?

A seer’s advice on how to move through gagged emotions

couragefearPHYLLIS KING — Success is driven by making choices. The most important aspect, however, are not the choices themselves, but how we feel about those choices: how we feel about what we are doing and why.

Our love, thoughts, and intentions are created by how we feel, our creative soup, if you will. And Source responds to these feelings.

We must train ourselves to be present with our feelings, have the courage to own what they are, know where they came from, and understand why we are having them.

And we say “thank you” for the opportunity to expand.

When we see we are the master of our own destiny and the creator of our lives, we are forever empowered. This causes our emotions to take the back seat to our purpose. Thus, we become observers of our own creation, rather than participants which causes us to react from an ego based perspective.

Along the way, some choices are easier than others because of the feelings; growth is rarely a straight line. Success is also about accepting the responsibilities that come with expansion. This means realizing not everything feels “happy” or “fun.” This is the challenge of owning your path to abundance. Remember, if you don’t believe in yourself, who will?

firewalkAt moments, it may seem easier to “wimp out” than to face your fears and believe you can have an abundant life. We must step away from our story about what we are capable of doing and what is possible. Then, we intentionally move through the emotion, towards clarity, to creation, and finally manifestation.

In the beginning stages, it is common to be challenged by old patterns. But we must remain focused and committed to walking through the danger zone, through the line of fire, and trust abundance will be on the other side. This is our divine right.

Trust the process. You are stronger than you know; you are never given a learning experience you do not need. See these experiences as opportunities for abundance. What claims your attention is what you will receive, so put your attention on what is positive about your life experiences.

Three things to always remember. . .

1.  Your strengths. Remind yourself of the times you used this strength and know that you are 1,000 times more powerful than those moments. You are unrealized potential in action, becoming realized.

2.   You are not alone.

3.  Stay connected to your feelings, engage in life with an open heart, and trust that your life is ever unfolding into greater expansion.

phyllismall1Phyllis King is a psychic, author and spiritual teacher.  Read her previous article for Soul’s Code: Is what you preceive, what you receive? Listen to Phyllis on L.A’s KTLK-AM 1150 every Sunday from 12:00 pm. - 3:00 pm. PST.



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3 Comments on “Do you judge yourself for “wimping out”?”

  1. So very true: "you are stronger than you know"

  2. Thanks again for another insightful article. We really are stronger than we know. Sometimes it takes getting through a difficult situation to show us this strength, but it's good to know that it's there.

  3. thanks so much, you are right on the nose with this post. feelings are blessings that help us learn about ourselves and move thru life and to all sorts of places.... my life was hell til i knew that and when i blocked feelings... so its lovely to see you sharing this info knowing it's true and it works! i now LOVE my life.... blessings galore :: Devi SoulJuice

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