Monday, February 20, 2017

Depend on Yourself

You have immense resources within your being.

You are defined by the special individual characteristics which only you can find.

When you do find them, and have the courage to act on their behalf, you become yourself.

This is the self you can depend on.

Your immense resources come into play when you begin to recognize them within you.

At first, they appear as an intuition, a thought.

Then, as you pay attention, and turn within more and more, they become more constant.

Finally, as you realize this is who you are and why you are here, you express this identity, your true self all the time.

You can depend on this recognition of your true self to bring you what you need.

It is not your effort.

It is what is propelling your effort.

The self within is constant, even when you are in confusing or disturbing circumstances.

The confidence and direction is there, waiting for you to turn to it.

When you feel this peace, most of all, you know this is the self you can depend on.

© 2017 Kathryn Hardage

Thursday, February 16, 2017

Choose Your focus

The emphasis you give to events and feeling directs your life.

You can choose both the events and how you direct your feelings.

The “gerbil wheel” of feelings can go round and round without any changes.

Or, you can get off of it, and take another look.

While you are the sole focus of your life, you will see things from one point of view.

Your view will expand when your life becomes more generous.

You can choose to continue to look at your life from a narrow focus and ride that “gerbil wheel” of emotions over and over again.

Or you can choose to expand your view to include a much wider range.

© 2017 Kathryn Hardage

Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Recognize and Express Your Essence

Who you essentially are, speaks wherever you are.

Your deep values come out all around you, and as you.

How you conduct yourself and treat others.

Which causes you support.

Your priorities are expressed in the little things, and then in the big things.

Respect, integrity, consideration, generosity.

Character.

The little early teachings grow into something much more powerful.

Catch any deviation while it is small.

It is much harder to correct later.

Look at the priorities around you.

Are they really what you share?

Or do you have something much more individual and precious?

Trust your essence.

Recognize it and let that be expressed as your highest nature.

This is your true value.

© 2017 Kathryn Hardage

Friday, February 3, 2017

The Most Peaceful Life

The most peaceful life can be very exciting.

It involves being very honest with yourself and discovering what you would most love to do.

If this does not align with what the rest of the world expects you to do, you will have to decide just how you want to live, anyway.

If you admit that what you would love to do is the most important thing to you, you will be led to take the steps to get there.

This will be a very exciting thing to do, because you love it.

It will also be the most peaceful life you can live because you will not be in conflict with yourself.

You will build your lifework from the beginning.

Your heart’s deep desire is what you were put here to express.

There is a place for you as long as you are building from your deep sense of joy and identity.

Your life direction will attract those who can both help you and those who will benefit from what you love to do.

What a great way to build your life!

© 2017 Kathryn Hardage

Wednesday, February 1, 2017

Amazing New Opportunities

There is a new momentum happening which allows a completely new view of the world to take shape.

The idea of service which uplifts everyone, is a real possibility.

Without traditional borders, of communication, of travel, of tribal loyalty, we are all free to serve each other in larger and larger ways.

Our commonalities are coming more and more to light as we meet people from so many other places and cultures.

We all have families which we care for.

We all want to expand our horizons by giving each other unlimited opportunities to interact and grow.

We all love to play and live productively.

With a sense of unlimited resources and the joy of developing them, no one need live in want and no one need live in fear.

Every day shows us more invention, compassion, expansion.

This is truly an amazing new time to live in and to serve.

 2017 Kathryn Hardage

Thursday, January 26, 2017

The Atmosphere of Wholeness

Being in the atmosphere of wholeness feels so safe.

Everyone in that atmosphere feels the difference between wholeness and the feeling of disaster.

It is so important to fill yourself up with things you love to do.

That begins the process of becoming whole.

Once you can relate to this wonderful feeling, you will measure other activities and experiences by it.

As you move in this direction, it can become more and more of a priority.

Imagine filling up more and more of your time in a way that makes you feel good, together, aligned.

You will create an atmosphere of wholeness for yourself, and people will notice.

They will want to do that, too.

Your own work with yourself will encourage others and create an entirely different kind of community.

Others will feel how safe and happy you are, and your community will expand.

© 2017 Kathryn Hardage

www.youngpersonsmentor.blogspot.com

Monday, January 23, 2017

Each Day Holds Its Own Purpose

I acknowledge my purpose at the beginning of each day.

I know that it is to be inspired and to be an uplifting presence.

As I gain a sense of my infinite, unlimited identity, I listen for those ideas which are in harmony with this purpose.

Before I take action, before I put any ideas in motion, I know they must be in concert with the guidelines of inspiration and harmony.

These guidelines include being good for all people.

Introducing a benefit for me, for the earth, and for the intended recipients.

Being balanced in how they are carried out, with no rush or tension.

Achieving excellence in design and implementation.

Allowing appreciation for every step.

Enjoying the company of those who are part of my business and work day.

Sharing uplifting and productive conversation.

Taking care of each other.

Sharing my good day with my family.

Ending my day with gratitude for its fulfilling purpose.

© 2017 Kathryn Hardage

www.youngpersonsmentor.blogspot.com