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Treasures Found In Quarantine: Part 3 #Evilhasnoroots

Author:
Jordan Greenberg
|
Published:
September 21, 2020

According to the wisest scholars we're living in a most fearful time.

What is at the root of that fear?

Are we forced to believe that it’s likely we’re going to get sick, suffer immeasurable hardship and maybe die from Covid?

Or do we choose to let these messages overpower us?

If the past 4 plus months have taught me anything.

It’s to stay present, be grateful for everything I have – including my health- and to disallow fear-based projections. I proactively deny any and all negative media (including social) messaging. The media has one goal - to keep you watching and listening, regardless of the truthfulness of their content. 

Truth is relative to an individual's life.

My mentor, Alan Cohen (alancohen.com) loves to say we each live in our own reality bubble. The key is to seize control over your reality.

I’m not suggesting that Coronavirus is fable. It’s real and I respect its proliferation.  But if anything is clear about this pandemic, it’s that nothing is clear; nor uniform. Yet we’re told to respond as if we’re all one herd of cattle.

The bottom line is we all need to make our own decisions about the virus and the fear associated with it.

So how do you get clear and committed to those decisions?

Are you comfortable with your choices or do you vacillate according to the Morning News?

The answer to these questions are less important than the how and the why behind them.

The conviction you have for the choices you make create all of the next actions you take! 

My life is governed by stronger convictions after unpacking and dissecting my feelings of unworthiness. Through the work I've described I’ve gotten to know myself better. And that knowing gives me clarity to act in a way that’s aligned with my higher good. It also gives me peace of mind when things don't go according to my best wishes. 

My conviction is to be the best version of me. And to not get wrapped around the axle about things I cannot control is an empowering piece of that equation. 

The privilege of a lifetime is being who you are - Joseph Campbell 

So how do I know evil has no roots?

Because the deeper I dig, the more real work I do, the more beauty I experience and love I feel. Love has roots. Evil may have branches and forces. Love has power. And the power of positive thoughts are monumentally stronger than negative thoughts. (See Power vs Force, David Hawkins)

When we harness that internal strength, or personal power, we thrive. That's my truth! 

Choose your innate, unbridled ability to “tap into the reservoir within you that’s filled with a sea of wealth” (Alan Cohen ).

Work miracles without fear.


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Treasures Found In Quarantine: Part 3 #Evilhasnoroots

Author:
September 21, 2020
|
Published:
September 21, 2020

According to the wisest scholars we're living in a most fearful time.

What is at the root of that fear?

Are we forced to believe that it’s likely we’re going to get sick, suffer immeasurable hardship and maybe die from Covid?

Or do we choose to let these messages overpower us?

If the past 4 plus months have taught me anything.

It’s to stay present, be grateful for everything I have – including my health- and to disallow fear-based projections. I proactively deny any and all negative media (including social) messaging. The media has one goal - to keep you watching and listening, regardless of the truthfulness of their content. 

Truth is relative to an individual's life.

My mentor, Alan Cohen (alancohen.com) loves to say we each live in our own reality bubble. The key is to seize control over your reality.

I’m not suggesting that Coronavirus is fable. It’s real and I respect its proliferation.  But if anything is clear about this pandemic, it’s that nothing is clear; nor uniform. Yet we’re told to respond as if we’re all one herd of cattle.

The bottom line is we all need to make our own decisions about the virus and the fear associated with it.

So how do you get clear and committed to those decisions?

Are you comfortable with your choices or do you vacillate according to the Morning News?

The answer to these questions are less important than the how and the why behind them.

The conviction you have for the choices you make create all of the next actions you take! 

My life is governed by stronger convictions after unpacking and dissecting my feelings of unworthiness. Through the work I've described I’ve gotten to know myself better. And that knowing gives me clarity to act in a way that’s aligned with my higher good. It also gives me peace of mind when things don't go according to my best wishes. 

My conviction is to be the best version of me. And to not get wrapped around the axle about things I cannot control is an empowering piece of that equation. 

The privilege of a lifetime is being who you are - Joseph Campbell 

So how do I know evil has no roots?

Because the deeper I dig, the more real work I do, the more beauty I experience and love I feel. Love has roots. Evil may have branches and forces. Love has power. And the power of positive thoughts are monumentally stronger than negative thoughts. (See Power vs Force, David Hawkins)

When we harness that internal strength, or personal power, we thrive. That's my truth! 

Choose your innate, unbridled ability to “tap into the reservoir within you that’s filled with a sea of wealth” (Alan Cohen ).

Work miracles without fear.


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According to the wisest scholars we're living in a most fearful time. What is at the root of that fear?
Read more

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