I am sorry that I can only answer three inquiries a week, but I hope you are patient. Eventually I will get to yours. We all learn from each other, don’t we? We all live in the same psychological village, so when anyone has a problem, we can ask, “What’s this got to do with me?” And with that question, we can find something valuable to apply to our own lives. Can’t we? Do you agree? Steve creates space for all of us to notice where there may be a mess in our lives, a mess that needs cleaning up.
Hi Mr White
I know you don’t know me. But if you did know me, what would be three tips you’d give me to help me turn my life around. My life’s a mess.
With gratitude, Steve R
Hi Steve R,
I don’t know you. But if I did know you I would give you these trips to help you help yourself turn your life around.
TIP # 1: Learn to welcome new points of view especially if they contrast your long-standing points of view.
TIP # 2: Your innovative intuition and your soaring spirit work marvelously by themselves. However, you’ve got to create space for them to go to work for you. You do that when you stop insisting that you do things as you’ve always done.
TIP # 3: The next time something bothers you, be willing to say to yourself, “It is my misunderstanding mind that is causing me the biggest problem.” You will be shocked at the marvelous answers that can come from that if you humble up and say it earnestly.
The reason I would give you these three tips, Steve, is because they are three healthy tips that work for everyone at some point in his or her life when things are messy.
It’s your turn, fellow “ordinary, everyday, unassuming guru seekers;” have you any tips you may want to submit to offer Steve? I’ll post them if you submit them
Blessings & Love, Rob
PS Truth is lightyears ahead of the hypnotic spell of being clever to clean up a mess – choose the truth.