The Ease of Release and the Grace of Balance

Balance

Release and balance are two important personal development words. When you work on both of them together it creates a powerhouse of positivity that projects infinite possibilities into reality.

The ease of release is the desired result here – that ease is what supports the mind, body and spirit to sustain health especially concerning unbalanced thoughts, convictions and beliefs that are becoming rancid and musty being long past their due date, sell by date and expiration date!!

In order to move onto your next best life – your new desired experience or your vision dream for your life, there may be some beliefs that you have to respectfully get rid of.  If you want to know where these kinds of thoughts might be hiding, just start thinking about a mistake you’ve made recently and how you may be still mentally beating yourself up about it. Or, just think about the name of someone who pushes your buttons, clouds your day or just brings you down, and then take the time to notice the feelings or thoughts that arise. Right there in the middle of those muddled feelings is where the work has to be done – that inner work is the key to the success you desire and envision. Just face that old ‘stinkin’ thinkin’ like a lion tamer and release it…. Folks the more you do it the easier it becomes and eventually you reach the place of ease of release.

The second part of the phrase is the grace of balance. Balance is defined as; ‘harmony or a state in which various parts form a satisfying and harmonious whole and nothing is out of proportion or unduly emphasized at the expense of the rest’. We each have to define what balance is in our own lives and then set out to live up to our choices and beliefs about that balance as we actively create and promote the balance desired!! The grace [as in the grace of balance] is developed through repeated practice, reduced fear from successful results and an unshakeable willingness to change consciousness – not people, places or things.

 

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