Saturday, February 25, 2017

Misplacing and Replacing Trust

Someone I was told I could trust betrayed me.

Part of our discussion was helpful and gave me some more insights, but it triggered more panic attacks.

As I process these triggers, I am restoring myself.

I am complete everyday all the time.

I am discovering the immoveable me.

What I observe is not a part of me.

I am observing someone else’s life view, not my own.

Instead of being taken in, another’s view can simply wash over me.

I do not agree with it, and it obviously does not agree with me.

I have the power to simply reject it.

I reaffirm my own wonderfully appropriate and uplifting life view.

This replacement reaffirms whom I have chosen to be.

I love me.

© 2017 Kathryn Hardage

Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Finding My Way, Finding My Place

I find I am still finding my way.

I am grateful to have a deep sense of identity while I am alone.

Now, I am having to learn, instead of how I fit in around everyone else, my absolute place whether I am around other people or not.

I still have the same identity.

Even when the places that I have are occupied by other people, I still have my own identity.

I still have rights and I am able to express those rights in assertive and visible ways.

I don’t have to hide in order to get anything done.

I don’t have to recede or become less.

I don’t have to come up creative and convoluted ways to get where I am going.

I still occupy all the space that is mine, even when there are other people and their activities in that space.

Apparently, I express it somewhat differently.

That is what I am having to find out.

© 2017 Kathryn Hardage

Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Learning New Things

When I learn something new, I enter someone else’s world.

It is such a privilege to learn from an expert.

It is also fun to learn from people who are sharing their processes from the beginning.

I love knowing how it feels to be an expert.

I am also so thrilled as I introduce myself to each new skill.

Each one uses different techniques and I get to see the world from a slightly different aspect each time.

It is stimulating to learn new things.

It is exciting to see the shape new skills take.

I am never, ever bored, because I can improve on some new skill I have been learning.

It keeps me engaged and makes me a more interesting person.

By varying what I do, I get to meet more people and share their world a little bit.

I love how learning new things puts me in touch with more communities.

© 2017 Kathryn Hardage

Monday, February 20, 2017

What I Have and What I Don't Have

Support comes from within.

Various kinds of support come from surroundings and other people.

But if you have not been trained to feel supported, you may feel without it.

Once you discover your own support from within, you will attract more of it to you.

Whenever you feel a lack of support, you can generate more from within.

Then you will find the resources you need and you can expect connections to work out.

You are then in your right place at the right time.

With confusion or self-doubt, things often do not work out.

Insisting that they must work out, that you deserve a good life, turns you to search in different ways.

Once you begin, and you discover the “within”, you are on the right path.

Going “within” over and over signifies that you are open to receiving something that is there.

And then, you find it.

The deep peace.

The quiet.

The guidance, step by step.

And then, you have all you will ever need.

© 2017 Kathryn Hardage

Saturday, February 18, 2017

Today's Light

Everyday there is light.

Everyday there is inspiration.

It is not the same as yesterday’s light and inspiration.

It is a little bit different.

Because you have grown a little bit more in your life, your new inspiration takes you a little bit farther.

You are empowered to take the next step.

And you are given the guidance to do so.

Every day, when you ask for light and guidance, you open yourself to receive it.

You gain more confidence in this process after you have practiced it for a while.

It becomes more and more natural to ask for light and to anticipate it with expectation.

Soon, there is an almost constant flow.

And one day, the moment you think of it, you are flooded with light.

This is a wonderful practice, and like any other practice, it must be maintained.

However, there is no limit on how much you can grow with each day’s light.

© 2017 Kathryn Hardage

Friday, February 17, 2017

Playing Our Part

What is our part is the emergence of this new energy?

Exclusion has had its run and is no longer.

Inclusion is the new conclusion.

It is disrupting the old exclusivity.

The new momentum and energy is so powerful.

It has been building up awareness for centuries.

The earth wants to nurture us, and with our new awareness, there is room for all of us.

Our part is to experience what is going on around us.

Our part is to observe and to act.

Our part is to move forward.

The tipping point has come and boiled over.

During this eruption, new ground is being defined.

New is uncontainable in old forms.

They are evolving and expanding.

Observe and take action to play your part.

© 2017 Kathryn Hardage

Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Become Happy to Grow

I thought I wanted to be something else.

But this is what I am turning out to be.

I had my direction planned entirely differently.

But then life kicked in, and kept kicking.

After a while, I got the idea.

I had to solve these other problems which I really didn’t want to have.

Why had they come to disrupt me and the life I thought I wanted?

So, I had to solve the problems that came up first.

And then as I kept finding the solutions, I found a completely different direction for my life.

I have learned it is better to be happy growing than to fight it.

I am gaining some essential grounding that was never developed in my life.

I am learning that I can build on confidence as I solve the problems.

I can still enjoy my creativity as I watch it blossom in different directions.

I am finding new ground, and being happy to grow there.

© 2017 Kathryn Hardage