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

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

Saturday, January 7, 2017

Stick To Your Own Goals

The greatest peace of mind comes from sticking to your own goals and accomplishing them.

When you are aligned emotionally with what is important to you and mentally and physically with getting those things done, you have the greatest peace in mind, body and spirit.

All the distractions, and there are many, cannot replace inner peace.

The conviction which comes from inner peace is powerful.

It gives you comfort.

It encourages you.

It gives you confidence.

It shows that you value yourself and your ideas.

Working toward the goals which you define for yourself allows you not to be bothered by any kind of belittlement.

It doesn’t matter if some people do not understand what you are doing.

Your goals make sense to the people who are benefitted by them.

That is your connection.

That is the community which you build and where you are welcome.

© 2017 Kathryn Hardage