October 29-Nothing to fear but fear itself….
“The only thing we have to fear is fear itself–nameless, unreasoning, unjustified terror which paralyzes needed efforts to convert retreat into advance.”- Franklin Delano Roosevelt
Inside us all are laws and codes of behavior and the proper ways to communicate and live. During times of crisis, economic or personal, it’s easy to forget our own autonomy. We allow ourselves to be dictated by woeful news and stock market numbers. We feel pinned down, unable to think clearly or be coherent about progress. Growing suspicious and weary, it’s often human nature to lash out, to get greedy, to forget that we are in control of our own destiny and attitude.
Hardship breeds ingenuity in some and anger and resentment in others. The worst of times become our personal best of times, as we discover inside ourselves we have an infinite supply of creative ideas for income, inner peace and inspirations. Musicians create from thin air, ushering ideas into tangible art. Remember this dynamic and remember your control over your own life and living.
Improve your self monitoring skills. If agitation is the result of you reading or watching the news or election coverage, read a book or take a walk and rediscover your center. Recognize, during your daily walk that you are never alone, that today Great Being, as he was known to the Hopi Indians, walks beside you. Feel yourself surrounded by angels of caring and compassion. Call upon the angels of abundance, tranquility, respect, true, gratefulness and courage to be with you to the left, right, above and below you and in front and behind you. Recognize your attitude affects everything.