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Activate your imagination and work through these steps!

  1. Clarify your intentions
  2. Focus your energy and attention
  3. Take action, take the risk
  4. Expect the change and results to come about.
Some questions to ask yourself around these steps:
  • Question: What is keeping me from taking the steps necessary to move forward?
  • Question:  What is the worst possible thing that could happen from me NOT TAKING the steps necessary to move forward
  • Question:  What do I need right now to take the steps necessary to move forward?
  • Question:  Do I already have what I need, if no, then how can I get what I need to take the steps necessary to move forward?
 ALWAYS REMEMBER TO BE CLEAR ABOUT WHAT YOU WANT AND WHAT YOU DON’T WANT!
Peace, love, light and blessings
“White Eagle”

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What stops us from taking risks so that we can learn, change and grow?

  • Fear of rejection
  • Need for approval
  • Need to avoid guilt
  • Need to always be right
  • Need to know all the “in’s and out’s” of a situation
  • Need for certainty
  • Lack of belief in yourself and others
  • Fear of being incompetent
  • Desire to avoid conflict
  • Unresolved anger
  • Poor role modeling in family of origin
  • Fear of failure
  • Unwillingness to face problems honestly
  • Lack of assertiveness in protection of your own rights
  • Inability to take the responsibility for your own life
  • Unwillingness to accept possible negative consequences
  • Preferring to be unhappy, mired in your problem
  • Playing it safe
  • A need for security
  • Fear of hurting others
  • Rationalizing the lack of need for direct action
  • Denial that a problem exists and that action needs to be taken
  • Projecting the need for action onto others
  • Intellectualizing about a problem to avoid action
  • Exempting yourself of responsibility to resolve a problem
  • Relying on others to resolve your problems
  • Alcohol or drug abuse “clouding” thinking
  • Over-emotional response to a problem
  • Humoring yourself and others to ignore the problem
  • Over concern for everybody but yourself
  • Fear of pain (“no pain, no gain”)
  • Absence of desire to change
  • Irrational belief that it is impossible to change the situation
  • A disregard for the rights of yourself and others
  • Confusion about your role in handling the problem
  • Lack of ownership of the problem
  • Over-sentimentality for the needs of others
  • Enjoying the sympathy you receive from others for the problem you face
  • Inability to let go of an old belief in a person or institution
  • A belief that life should always be fair

Now that’s a pretty huge list, however, can you think of any other reasons that stop you from taking the risks you need to take to move you forward in life?

Peace, love, light and blessings!

“White Eagle”

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Taking risks can be scary business!

I have learned that everything I learn, everything I do and everything I become conscious of for the first time in my life requires me to take the risk to change and grow.  I can choose to remain the same, or I can choose to deal with the risk and become  who I truly am in this moment.

Peace, love, light and blessings to all of us who choose to take risks and grow!

“White Eagle”

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Good relationships don’t just happen. They take time, patience, and two people who truly want to be together.
Shared by “Sarah”

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Have you ever noticed times when you have a question the answer will miraculously appear in front of you?

It happened for me this morning through facebook!

Even though we sometimes cannot see the way ahead, pressing forward is the only answer.   There is no point in giving up, the journey is our reason!

By: Love them anyways

Enjoy your journey!
Peace, love, light and blessings.
 “White Eagle”

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‎”The greatest struggle we have in life happens within ourselves. The greatest battle we face is the shadow of our own fears. The greatest enemy we could ever meet is becoming our own worst enemy. Be your own best friend so that you trust yourself completely.”

– Dr Jeff Mullan-

Shared by “White Eagle”

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