week 16|2017

I find it extremely liberating to see that I was the cause of all of my problems. With this realization I have also learned that I am my own solution. This is the great big gift of personal accountability. When we stop blaming external forces and own up to our responsibility we become the ultimate creators of our destiny. – Jenna Galbut

 


 

I just love this.. I (re)discovered it saved in my screenshots and, man, after reading Dr. G’s wise words of co-creating, it resonates more than ever.

You know those people who always play the blame game? Who point the finger at everyone and everything except themselves? Yeah.. here’s to being the opposite of that. I know in the past, it was more difficult for me to take responsibility for my downfalls, especially if my intention opposed the receiving party’s perception. But now it’s like, ok, I see where you’re coming from. Discuss if necessary and move on. On the opposite of the same coin, I also have the power to remove blame gamers – actually, any and everything that disrupts my chi. I mean, why not make the best of this one life? Or at least do what’s in our power to try.

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12 thoughts on “week 16|2017

  1. I love this.
    Years ago I discovered the power of self-evaluations. At the end of each relationship/situation, I simply reflect: “o.k. I am the common factor in all my equations, what did I do to invite this this time? what do I need to do differently next time to avoid defining ‘insanity'”.

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  2. I’m deading friends or phasing them out slowly because they haven’t evolved/ developed into this train of thought. No one should make excuses. As my sister just told me last week, “Especially men!” It’s an ugly characteristic on anybody.

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      1. I just realized as in a thirty minutes that I have to completely phase out one of my good friends for a while. He isn’t evolving. He is devolving. And it’s irritating because he knows what he haves to do. Buttttt…. It is what it is. I am cutting out all distractions and negativity. I/ WE don’t have time to waste. And that is exactly what we’re doing if we’re not growing together.

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