Sunday, September 24, 2017

A Story That Works

One day as I was meditating, I realized that nothing I could do would change the story for someone else.

The story has to be changed by the person telling it.

If you are telling yourself a certain kind of story, your life will have a certain kind of path.

If you change the story, the path will change.

It is as simple as that.

Why you believe the story is not as simple.

But it can still be changed.

Decide on a direction you really want to go.

Don’t hold back.

Describe it in detail to yourself every time your think about it.

Think of all the reasons why you want it.

Embellish the picture.

Then when it is as full as you can make it, keep enjoying it.

When you hold to this consistent enjoyable  plan, you will start to see it take shape.

It is not something you do for yourself, although it is a gift you give yourself.

Keep doing your part and the Universe will do the rest.

© 2017 Kathryn Hardage

Saturday, September 23, 2017

Perfect Fulfillment

From angles to flow.

That is the image that comes to my mind.

Instead of bouncing off angles, I find a strong and gentle flow carrying and supporting me.

I am connected to the best alternatives.

I am held by consummate knowledge and practices.

I am supported with  confidence and encouragement by the right motivations.

These goals go beyond myself.

They reach out to all who are in need.

The answers are always through honesty and generosity.

Long-term problems can be solved by looking at the deep origins.

Workable solutions address the deep origins and adjust the outcome.

Long-held wrong beliefs are corrected and different uplifting action results .

Resources come in different ways when the actual problem is addressed.

Flows are created where sharply angled walls once stood.

The first walls which have to come down are the ones we believe.

Then good, equitable, fair, right action can take place.

© 2017 Kathryn Hardage


Wednesday, September 20, 2017

From Compassion to Wholeness

True government moves us from compassion to wholeness.

As a government what are the compassionate things we can do to enable others to move themselves to wholeness?

A government which respects and loves its people works best in this way.

What is the self-concept embedded in the governing philosophy?

How does that result in training and education?

How does that impact how people can take care of themselves?

In any family, the goal is to give, give, the child what it needs in order to become self-sufficient.

A self-concept which includes love and support, followed by  good manners, skills, and training.

Within the community, continuing respect for all the members helps identify what is needed to help the ones who are struggling the most to bring themselves up to a better standard.

This strengthens and uplifts the community.

Each expanded level of government can proceed in this way, so that we have a world built on compassion which moves everyone to wholeness.

Imagine what it would feel like to live in such a world.

© 2017 Kathryn Hardage

Monday, September 18, 2017

New Growth and Awareness

What do you have to contribute today?

Your view of the world shapes how you live your day.

Are you in pain or do you know someone who is?

Is there anything you can do to help, a visit, some reassurance, some practical support?

Is your city in pain?

Is there something you can do to help?

Volunteer, support city laws and ordinances, participate in counseling or education?

Is your nation in pain?

Is there something you can do to help?

Let your voice be heard through contacting your congressional representatives, by becoming more informed on the issues?

Let your awareness be expanded.

Do not shy away from the current discomfort.

It is stirring up change for the better.

Looking and seeing how current affairs affect everyone is healthy.

This allows for new growth and new direction.

© 2017 Kathryn Hardage

Sunday, September 17, 2017

Return to Center

Despite being upset, it is always possible to return to your own true center.

The balance can be startling and last for a time, but the true center emerges.

I am grateful for my many new and useful calming tools to help me focus on where I want to be and what I want to feel.

Someone else’s viewpoint, as much as I would like to embrace them in my world, has nothing to do with me.

I certainly cannot control the perceptions of others.

I can always return to my true center and be the person I love and enjoy.

I am grateful to surround myself with gracious and raucous friends with genuine feelings of fun and support.

I am grateful to surround myself with materials and tools for creativity and beauty.

Providing the space to do what I love is having more far-reaching effects than I ever imagined.

I appreciate this activity more and more every day.

I love how doing what I love puts me in touch with people who appreciate who I am.

Anyone who has a desire to see me in my true light always has that opportunity.

I am not responsible for the view from without.

I know who I am from within and I love me.

© 2017 Kathryn Hardage

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Attuning to Perfection

There are many perfections in Nature and they are all different.

Even on one plant, there are individual variations of leaves and they all function perfectly to catch sunlight.

We can tune into our own individual perfection and see it in all its variety in each person.

That is how friendships and strong communities are built.

The beauty of our own perfection is that it is so natural.

We do not have to reshape ourselves into something which feels different from who we are.

We can begin and continue with the ideas which make us feel whole.

They fit with others who also have discovered their perfection and wholeness.

Communities built on perfection and wholeness uplift and include everyone.

As everyone finds that they are accepted and acceptable for the gifts of their own individuality, they are able to enrich the community even more by their presence.

It is comfortable and comforting to begin with your own perfection.

Then you can increase your skill in doing what you love, because you have chosen the perfect thing to do.

With the central guideline for your community being to trust your perfection, you will naturally find a good fit.

Your contribution will harmonize with the other skills in your community.

Building on kindness, and doing what you love to do and accepting the perfection of everyone’s choice helps maintain an uplifting attitude and takes care of everyone in the community.

© 2017 Kathryn Hardage

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Monday, September 11, 2017

The Love We Bring

The love we bring to our day begins with respect for ourselves and for our ideas.

It begins with creating an atmosphere and environment where we can do the work we love.

It lets us share our good feeling throughout our daily contacts with other people.

It creates the possibility in the minds of others that they, too, can do the work they love.

When we have a good fit with our work, we naturally create an uplifting atmosphere.

Sending love into the atmosphere around us through our work causes us to have a good day.

Walking through a workplace which creates love brings harmony to ourselves and all who come there.

Creating connections through work we love spreads love throughout our community.

Simply gathering materials to create wonderful things and making shipping arrangements adds more love into the atmosphere.

Everything we do to create work we love touches people in an uplifting way.

It can create confusion and arouse animosity in those whose lives are in great contrast when they sense it.

We can observe this phenomenon but not let it distract us.

We have already worked our way though our own negativity and heaviness in order to establish ourselves in work we love.

We have established an unshakable foundation on which to work in doing what we love.

We are secure in our right and our ability to bless ourselves and to uplift others.

We can continue to build on our foundation and to expand our creations in doing the work we love.

© 2017 Kathryn Hardage