What’s the Best that Could Happen?
We are usually very keen when we realize the bad things happening in our life and the things in our past that we want to forget. We live in a society that reminds us that it is our duty to remember the bad moments in our life, the sad things that have happened, the areas in our life where we have failed, or our shortcomings. So when we hear phrases like What’s the best thing that could happen, we look around with a blank stare and feel lost. When we are asked to remember all the great things that have happened throughout our lifetime that have been life changing, we enter a moment of silence. As a society, we have been conditioned that even as a small child, our grades in school defined who we were as a person. If we were lucky to get A’s in our academics, we were clearly accomplished individuals. If by chance we were that student that received D’s or F’s we were looked down upon as failures and the likelihood of success was very dim. No one would ever ask what could possibly get a child that had the potential of being outstanding to nearly making through their academic journey. In these writings it is important to point out that we as individuals are looked upon for all that we are good, bad, and indifferent. One of the biggest paralyzers of all that we can say stops us is the emotion of fear. Fear is something that is instilled through our society on all of us as a method of controlling us to do what is expected of us by others or by society. The problem that fear creates within us is the fact that it inhibits us from taking the leap of faith. It is by dying to self that we are born to eternal life. Realizing that courage is necessary when the fear is there is just a realization to continue on your path. It must come with blind trust. Fear disconnects us from our own intuition and from our own sense of being able to make good decisions. Instead, we depend on others to tell us what is good for us and what is not. Then conflictually, we expect our children to believe in themselves and believe in what they want out of life, when all along, we have instilled fear and anxieties about failure. The conflictual messages clearly paralyze those who have been exposed to the emotion of fear, making them believe, that trusting in themselves could lead to something bad. In these readings you will begin to learn the power of intuition and the knowing of what is good for you to pursue. The easy steps of getting to know who you really are, what you stand for, finding your own passions in this world, can only lead to finding your own success in your life.

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