Do you (my ordinary, everyday guru seeking friends), have to remind nature when the sun is to rise or the moon is to set? Well, neither do you need remind life to send you a guru or two to offer you a new tip or two for better living. Simply be alert and it shall happen quite frequently. Wellesley inquires into something I am asked about often (see below)
Hi Rob White,
I loved your book “and then I met Margaret” a lot. You don’t preach in it at all. You just give some great stories about your life, and in those stories are great lessons on how to win at life. It has changed my way of thinking about myself. Thank you.
Now, it is my time to think about what I want from life. I have wasted time trying one thing or another, but haven’t landed on it yet. What would you suggest I do to find what I want?
Many blessings to you RW, from Wellesley
Thank you for sharing your appreciation of my book I truly appreciate that, and I am glad you got so much from it.
Now, let’s look at you. What do you want? That’s a big one. That’s a question most folks don’t ask themselves. Do you want to know why? Because when we are tiny tots, our moms and dads tell us what to want. And then we are sent off to school, and our teachers tell us what to want. And then we finish with our schooling, and the community in which we live tells us what to want.
It seems that everyone has an opinion on what is best for us, so we become completely disillusioned with what we truly want to be or want to do or want to have. It seems our brain has been trained to want to please those who tell us what is best for us.
Now I ask you, Wellesley …. What do you really want to be? What do you really want to do? What do you really want to have? You don’t have to rehearse to be the natural “you.” Simple relax, and think for yourself for a moment. If you did not have to please anyone but yourself, what would really most please you? Be with that inquiry. Sleep with that inquiry. Awake to that inquiry. Take notes. It won’t take long before answers will flood your consciousness, and you will feel the realness of those answers.
Blessings to you Wellesley, Rob
Hi again folks
Who do you want to be? What “I AM” would have you really love yourself entirely? In that state of beingness, what would you most naturally do? Ah, that’s it. Sweet freedom! There is nothing as wonderful as being real with oneself. Nothing, nothing, nothing, nothing.
Blessings & love to all of you, Rob
PS Imagine knowing nothing but yourself, the utter truth about your real self – Great Glory!