There is No "Out There"
I just received an excerpt for a new book to be released in July by Dr. Joe Vitale and Dr. Ihaleakala Hew Len, titled "Zero Limits" and it's really got me thinking.
Seems there's this doctor in Hawaii (Dr. Len) who was able to heal mentally ill inmates by searching inside himself for the places he needed healing. He simply told himself "I'm sorry" and "I love you" and everything around him started to change. He never even saw inmates - he simply looked at their files and forgave himself.
That gives a whole new perspective to personal accountability. I've noticed for myself that as I've shifted my perspective from one of fear to one of love over the past couple of years that I really don't have any negative friends. There really aren't people in my life who "drag me down" and, according to Dr. Len & Dr. Vitale, it could be because I don't drag me down like I used to.
This gives me a lot to think about as I work to grow my business (watch for updates soon). How different can I make the situations with my clients by simply looking inside myself for ways I might be contributing to their challenges?
Note to Self: "I'm sorry" and "I love you." Hmmmmm ..... :)