Quote from Susan Jeffers:
Now I know that when I am angry at my husband, I simply have to ask myself, “What am I not doing in my life that I could be doing that I am blaming him for not doing for me?”
If everybody feels fear when approaching something totally new in life, yet so many are out there “doing it” despite the fear, then we must conclude that fear is not the problem.
In all my life I have never heard a mother call out to her child as she goes off to school, “Take a lot of risks today, darling.” She is more likely to convey to her child, “Be careful, darling.” This “Be careful” carries with it a double message: ”The world is really dangerous out there” … and … “you won’t be able to handle it.”
Taking responsibility means being aware of where and when you are NOT taking responsibility so that you can eventually change.
Taking responsibility means not blaming yourself… Anything that takes away your power or your pleasure makes you a victim. Don’t make yourself a victim of yourself!
It is amazingly empowering to have the support of a strong, motivated, and inspirational group of people.
When you give your subsconscious the message “I can’t,” your subconscious really believes you and registers on its computer: WEAK… WEAK… WEAK…
I’ve created the concept of a holi-hour, a shortened version of a holi-day. I allow myself at least an hour each day to relax totally.
Women have been conditioned to believe that to be powerful is unfeminine and unattractive. It is my experience that nothing could be further from the truth.
Why be miserable when you can be happy?
You must become what you want to attract. Be the kind of person you would want to surround yourself with.
Whether it feels like it or not, you already have more power than you could ever have imagined. We all have.