A Course In Miracles
(gender reference edited)
"You have so much to offer, so much to give, and so much you deserve to receive in return. Don't ever doubt that.
Know yourself and all of your fine qualities.
Rejoice in all your marvelous strengths of mind and body.
Be glad for the virtues that are your, and pat yourself on the back for all your many admirable achievements.
Concentrate on that which makes you happy, and build yourself up.
Stay nimble of heart, happy of thought, healthy of mind, and well in being. "
~ Janet A. Sullivan
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"Projection makes perception. The world you see is what you gave it, nothing more than that. But though it is no more than that, it is not less. Therefore, to you it is important. It is the witness to your state of mind, the outside picture of an inward condition. As a woman thinketh, so does she perceive. Therefore, seek not to change the world, but choose to change your mind about the world. Perception is a result and not the cause."
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"... once we have a theory for something and understand it is possible, we can see things that have been in front of us all along." "...who you are now, and what you have now, contains all you need for a richer, and more joy-filled life. The possibilities inherent in each day will become clear when your worldview allows you to see them."
Below you will find inspiring resources to help lift you up and keep you moving forward like renegade women in your own lives.
Every moment of every day, choose. Choose to fear less and love more. Choose to shout less and listen more. Choose to eat less and taste more. Choose to regret less and hope more. Choose to do less and be more.
Choose to live every day of your life.
Choose to respond with what you really think and how you really feel rather than how you think someone else thinks you SHOULD respond.
Choose the water of the wine.
Choose the fresh, seasonal fruit over the chocolate (at least once in a while).
Choose conversation over Facebook or iPods.
Choose silence, if you really want to be heard.
Choose to look at each other a few moments longer without filling the space with unnecessary words.
Choose to accept other people's choices as their own.
Choose forgiveness - especially with yourself.