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Be Careful What You Ask For, You May Receive It!

posted by The MEGA Coach

 

Life is so interesting.
You can want something so badly and then when it comes you push it away.

Sometimes our minds or old patterns of behavior (mostly fear) get in the way of success.  Just when an opportunity finally presents itself our minds over-analyze the situation.

We come up with logical reasons why something isn’t right.
We find something wrong with another person or a situation.

In fact, we are actually sabotaging our success.
Just when what we want is right in front of us, we do not allow ourselves to have it.

Now sometimes something is definitely inappropriate so we make a wise choice by letting it go.  This is different than what I am sharing.  I am referring to when something is right for us but we do not allow ourselves to have it.  We create a reason or situation that sends the opportunity away.

This is because we do not have a strong enough belief that we deserve it or are worthy of it.  Our fear overrides the potential gain or benefit because our lives will expand in a way that we are not comfortable with.

It requires courage, belief and faith to achieve greatness!
You have to get past being uncomfortable and the fear.

“I dissolve in my own mind, and in the minds of all others, any idea that my own good can be withheld from me.  That which is for my highest good now comes to me through God’s grace and in perfect ways.”


smiles,

:) Lee
The Mega Coach

 



  • Tamara Nakashli

    Sometimes you need to sacrifice things that might be important to you in order to achieve a dream. But you keep thinking whether this dream is real or it’s just a dream or a fantasy that you think you might turn into reality. So again you come back to the first point is this sacrifice worth it!

  • The Mega Coach

    Dear Tamara,
    There are dreams that are just a fantasy and there are ‘dreams’ that are actually our divine plan. Our divine plan is always our highest good and truest potential. This would be a worthwhile sacrifice.
    Our perceptions color our reality, so it is important to use discernment to look at our lives with objective clarity. :) Lee

  • Marty Dancy

    One measurement I use to know whether a decision is right for me or whether I should persue something or not is whether it is really working out nicely, especially in dating relationships. If I have to struggle to make it work or if it does not feel right, then it isn’t right. One can usually tell when there is harmony where it should be. So many of us waste our time in wrong relationships that cause pain to both when we could have let ourselves be free for better situations.
    Marty

  • Carol

    All I am asking for is to keep my home and everything in it and I do wish that comes true with every fiber in my body.

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