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Let’s Explore Jealousy

Let’s Explore Jealousy

Jealousy

Excerpt from “Falling in Love with your True Self”

When you are in a state of jealousy, and any situation that you compare yourself with another, you are disconnected from your true self. You can’t be synced up and connected to your true self while experiencing these emotions. Not that jealousy and comparisons are imperfect emotions, but they can be used as teaching moments. Remember how you feel on any subject is your sensor for how you are synced to it. Instead of trying to block out an opposing thought which can introduce jealousy, think of it as an alarm with a message blinking EXPLORE EXPLORE EXPLORE.

The “Jealousy Show Me the Way Exercise” is a great tool to help you get back on your path and not distracted with comparisons.

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Nothing should be more important to you than how you feel

Nothing should be more important to you than how you feel

Feel Good

Excerpt from “Falling in Love with your True Self”

“Many call this emotional belief that a desire can happen just from you wanting it and believing it will happen without proof, as faith. You can think of it as faith or just the fact that you can have a desire manifest based solely on you permitting it into your existence based on your emotional reaction to it. Knowing that the power of your emotions are so important to your well-being it should become your priority to feel good.”

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The journey to a desire

The journey to a desire

Journey to a Desire

The journey to a desire can be more enjoyable than the manifestation of it.

Excerpt from “Falling in Love with your True Self”

“This is hard for many people to grasp.  The idea that you can feel happiness before you obtain the thing you feel brings you happiness.  This is where examining the journey to manifestation comes into play.  Just as you have a journey on a road trip the journey to your manifestations and the creation of the idea are just as important.”

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