“Look Around Less, Imagine More.” ― @AbrahamHicks

It been a while I wrote a blog.

Sometimes I overthink the process.

But all it is, at its basic level, is an online journal.

A glorified, online journal a friend of my commented.

Guess it’s this kind of glory that keeps me sane.

I love writing.

That’s saying a lot since some people don’t know what they love.

Love in the sense of the purpose and calm and joy you feel while in the act of doing the thing that makes you powerful.

It was a question I asked myself right before I went to bed with the real intention of wanting to “hear” the answer I come up with in the silent moments when I wake up the following morning.

It was an “I hear dead people moment,” obviously suggested by one of those life changing, surprisingly enjoyable read by Neale Donald Walsch.

One of those success habits recommended daily so to get in touch with the God within apart from the God you find in church.

Success habits that Tony Robbins put so well in that video <<

I love that video because he speaks about Gratitude.

Something I have not been exercising as I should lately.

Especially with the new develops in my life.

Got a whole lot of things to be grateful for so I can be energized with the strength needed to power through.

Philippians 4:13

I'm sorry.

Please forgive me.

Thank you.

I love you.

~ Musawenkosi Tshoaele

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Most Are Temporary Lessons Are Eternal

What I have noticed in life is that if whatever you are focusing now is not making you happy, then some way, some how you pull in more of the things that will make you even more unhappy.

So your current situation is a temporary one…depending on what you focus on.

But sometimes it’s not easy.

Especially when all that you can think about is how shitty things are for you.

So turn your focus to one sole goal of you thinking of that one better feeling thought…

What can you tell yourself or what can you think about that will take your focus away from how bad things are, to how better things can be for you.

Seek for that better feeling thought.

And then another one.

And another one.

Until you become almost indifferent about your current temporary challenges because you are focusing all your attention and actions to improving it.

I love you.

I’m sorry.

Please forgive me.

Thank you.

~ Musawenkosi Tshoaele

The Tighter The Grip The More Painful The Experience

So how are you feeling right now?

Angry.

Upset.

Sad.

Speechless.

Disappointment.

Frustrated.

Hurt.

Weak.

Overwhelmed.

…Wow. If I felt all that at the same time I would be overwhelmed too.

How does that make you feel feeling all the way you do?

Like I’m not in control of my results.

Ok…now based on what you know and blog about even over at blogspot how true is that?

…It’s of course an incorrect definition of what I’m experiencing but I can’t deny I’m feeling FANTASTIC when I aint.

You’re quite right about that one. As optimistic as we would like to be, sometimes we need to call a spade a spade right?

That’s for damn sure!

Indeed. But I’m sure you would agree that if what you focus on expands, how much more of the negative things will you come up with if your focus is ON the negatives? A lot more isn’t it?

…Ja sure.

How much better would you feel if you were to take your focus and momentum OFF what you don’t want – because I’m certain you don’t want things to remain as they are since they aren’t getting you any where – and ON to the things you DO want?

Ja man but it’s not easy man!

Yeah because you’ve gotten so used to feeling hurt that you’ve become loyal to pain than you are of pleasure?

You feel you don’t deserve to feel pleasure so you would rather feel pain because that’s a feeling you are more familiar with? As in that is your comfort zone?

Just because you’re nothing speaking to me doesn’t mean I can’t read your thoughts ne?

I guess I’ve hit a nerve so for publishing purposes slowly…and gently let go of the pain you are feeling right now – as frightening as letting go may seem to you right now – and share your thoughts with Me…

…I feel safer in the pain.

I know. This is because pain has protected you in the pass right? I mean why get rid of something that works right?

…But it’s not working.

And why is that?

Because things don’t go my way at the end of the day.

Is it? Ok. So how can we begin to change things so that they turn around for us?

By beginning to let go of limited self image I have for myself and reaching over to a better self concept of myself.

Even if I fall at least I would have tried.

Because holding on to my old self is costing me in money and emotionally and physically…

Always ask: ‘What is this I am feeling?’

‘Could I accept it and allow it?’

‘Could I let this go?’

‘Would I let this go?’

‘When?’

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The Art of Letting Go

Sometimes you need to let go.

Ideally this “letting go” process should be an every day thing.

I think it’s because in most cases letting go is part of a healing process.

Especially when holding on is doing more bad than good.

This guy made an example of holding on to a pen.

The tighter the grip and the longer you grip it, the higher the chance of it hurting your hand.

Same goes for everything else.

It’s a scary thought letting go of things you’ve gotten used to making you feel pain.

In theory yes we want to feel pleasure but the fear of loss is greater than the need to gain.

So make it a gradual release.

One inch at a time.

One finger at a time.

One day of a time.

I love you.

Thank you.

~ Musawenkosi Tshoaele

the best day of my life

I’m so angry I’m fuming.

I’m busy kicking myself.

I’m disappointed in my day’s results.

I’m pathetic.

But it’s ok.

At times I it’s ok for me to act like a dodo sometimes.

It won’t be smart of me to repeat the same shit I did today tomorrow though.

I need to look at what can I do tomorrow to improve on my situation.

Because if I work on it then it will work.

It is a bit sad but being depressed will not improve my situation.

But there were moments of fun that were experienced during the day.

Especially who Rumbidzai impulsed me with her giggle.

I liked how impressed Linda with my one is to two close.

That was cool.

And how I was pitching outside.

I hope Rosina is ok.

It was a bit funny when she fell the second time.

And the morning meeting by Mo was incredible!!

Samantha gets me going like a rottweiler.

I love her.

I love Thube.

And I’m grateful for this opportunity.

I wouldn’t have spent this day any other way.

Today was one of the best days of my life!!

Thank you.

I’m sorry.

Please forgive me.

I love you.

~ Musawenkosi Tshoaele

When You Feel Good You Do Good #TeamFeelGood

“To know and not to do is not to know”
~ Wang Yangming

I’ve been playing this audio program called Your Wish Is Your Command and I also about to finish reading Jerry & Esther Hicks’ The Astonishing Power of Emotions which have ideas and principles that complement each other.

A brilliant set of motivational material that I highly recommend you get for yourself.

The principle that seemed to hit home for me, especially after listening to the audios every day, was how:

when you feel bad you are thinking about something you don’t want.

And,

when you feel good you are thinking about something you do want.

Basically these success tips keep saying that you should use your emotions as a kind of guiding system, to help you better manage your mood, and therefore your thoughts.

If you feel bad that means you’re thinking negative thoughts that, if persisted in, will attract negative people and circumstances.

If you feel good that means you’re thinking positive thoughts that, if persisted in, will attract positive people and circumstances.

So when you deliberately work on improving and selecting better thoughts you also improve your emotions.

And when you work on vibrating improved thoughts and improved emotions then you will attract to yourself improved life experiences.

This is you activating the Law of Attraction which states that you attract to yourself the essence of what you are thinking and feeling.

So I catch myself feeling neither good nor bad, or what you call just feeling neutral, I then take that as a sign to work on improving my emotional state.

I need to work on deliberately being in a powerful (positive) attracting state of vibration (mood).

Being neutral or negative won’t cut it.

Just because it’s normal to be negative doesn’t make it natural.

We only live in a negative world based on what you choose to focus on.

Ignoring the bad won’t make it go away.

But choosing to focus on the bad only makes it grow stronger.

Energy grows where attention goes.

Libraries, the Internet and stores have many tools that you can use to best improve your mood.

It’s a matter of doing your research & trying them out to see which one works for you.

Always remember, faith without works is dead.

What you don’t use, you lose.

I love you.

Thank you.

~ Musawenkosi Tshoaele

PS: To get you started, you can check out these quotes by the Original Teachers of the Law of Attraction over » HERE.

Never Go to Bed With an Angry Heart

Try this:

Step #1. Think about someone that upsets you.

Step #2. Now think about the positive things you have observed about them…

If you where like me Step #2 needed some really haaard thinking.

Since it’s easier for you to find fault in someone that has hurt you in some way, than it is for you to find something you can appreciate about them.

If this is the case for you then part of your work is to source out the positive aspects of that person.

Write a list of the positive aspects about the person (or event) that is causing you to feel temporary discomfort.

Since you can’t change or control other people your best bet is to change or control yourself.

To change how you view them.

Perception is everything.

It was once said that it is not what the other person does that hurts us, but how we respond to it.

And once you’ve identified someone as the source of your discomfort, they have power over you.

You are in their pocket.

They get to play you like a puppet master.

I’ve been there.

And I don’t want that for you.

You need to take your power back by looking for positive aspects about them.

And bless them.

And praise them.

And appreciate them.

Even if you have to do it with a grin.

Then you will slowly but surely get your power back.

It was yours to give away in the first place therefore it is yours to get back.

Genuinely love your enemies.

This includes forgiving them too.

Not for their sake.

But for yours.

“Holding onto anger is like drinking poison and expecting the other person to die.”

I love you.

Thank you.

~ Musawenkosi Tshoaele.

PS: Yours in EFT & Joyful Attraction.