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“Gratitude for Back to School” 9.3.19

I just returned from a week long vacation. Other than our Daily Gratitude Call, I didn’t do much in the way of business. I played, relaxed, connected with family. All important tasks to sustain long term health and success.

‘Back’ to school, means we have allowed ourselves a break. Summer vacation, a retreat from the day to day pressures of social and work life, is great!

Michael, a live participant on our Gratitude Call, said he had a friend who received the sound advice to ‘date his wife’ to accomplish more. Seems counter-productive, but he took the advice. Not only did he improve his relationship with his wife, but he was taking time weekly to relax, AND he got more done in 40 hours than he had been able to accomplish in 80 hours previously.

Coming back after a rest, there is anticipation and excitement for the vision of what can be! The problem is that our vision becomes hampered by the choices of others, and our feelings of inadequacy as we step into the classroom of learning foreign concepts.

These situations that arise in ‘real life’ might be compared to bullies we encounter at school.

A limiting belief is just as much a bully, as a person who takes your lunch money or trips you in the hall.

I am grateful for the forced social interaction and structure that school provided for me as an introverted, socially awkward kid. Structure is what got me through each day. I held onto what I could control. I did my part and left the outcome up to the teacher. It was preparation for life.

There are things we can control, and things we cannot control. Daily GPS is a tool to give us the structure we can hold onto, the divine tutoring that is so crucial in our daily development, while helping us suspend the bullies, or expel them altogether. We do our part, and the outcome is up to the Master Teacher.

Today, I Give Myself Permission to Expel My Bullies

  • I am enough
  • I am well and healthy
  • I continue asking for and taking action on my assignments
  • I control my commitment
  • I envision a positive result, and it invariably happens even better than I imagine
  • I believe in myself
  • I trust the Master’s guidance
  • I always have enough
  • God knows my needs
  • I am an awesome student!
  • I am grateful for the predictable structure of learning and growth
  • I see evidence that I am greater than my circumstances
  • I have access to all the information

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To have a 15 minute conversation  with Wylene Benson about a new perspective on an area of your life you desire to change, contact her directly at this link:  askwylene.com