Slow down and create space. I cannot hear my inner voice (intuition/universal guidance/God) if I don’t take intentional time to stop the chatter in my head, sit in silence and accept what is to come. Every single day, even if it’s just for 60 seconds. “You don’t have to sit cross-legged and om to receive … Continue reading 2019 Goal – meditate
Narrow the scope and lower the bar. Know when good is good enough. My need to produce at unrealistic "ideals" (both quantity and quality) prevents me from recognizing and appreciating a job well done. It’s a lose-lose battle with the goal of liking myself. “Do less so you can ‘be’ more.”
Be nice. The most important conversations I have are with myself—my thoughts determine the way I see and treat others, react to the world and take life as it presents itself. “Self-talk are the nails that hold up the walls of your mindset.”
Trust my intuition more than I care what people think of me. I know right from wrong, sometimes doing what’s right changes the people around me, and their perception of me. “The more I trust myself, the more I like myself; the more I like myself, the less I care whether or not you do.”
"If I wasn't having more fun sober, I'd be drinking."
may I remain fearful of alcohol, steadfast in the program and open to my Higher Power.
It all adds up to recovery, it's not 1+1=2, it's not one conversation or meeting or step that takes us from drinking to sobriety, it's the whole of it all that adds up to our own special and unique journey to freedom, which we then one day get to share with others, so they too … Continue reading alcoholics anoyomous
I'm never sure how far someone wants to go with their honesty, and with receiving mine.
The strengths we come with shouldn't impress, but what with do with them be worthy of praise.
every choice is a choice of honesty.