Tag Archives: finding happiness

Feels She Has Done Something Wrong

Question:  Please help. I hope that you are well. Since April I sustained bilateral ankle sprains, at least 1 foot bone bruise, a bruised tailbone and a wrist sprain. Only the tailbone has healed. At least two of these injuries … Continue reading

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Look Around

Look around. Everything you see has been drawn into your proximity by you: by your thoughts, words, actions and most importantly by the emotions that accompany them. If you do not like what you see then it is time for … Continue reading

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Clarification on Heart’s Desires

Question:     In the post on December 16, 2014 I asked you how to pursue the heart’s desires. Paraphrasing what you said:  Do the thing you love to do with gusto. Do everything else with gusto, too, or at least as much … Continue reading

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Quoting Henry Ford

Cheryl:     I got scolded this morning. Here it is….. Higgins:     “Whether you think you can, or you think you can’t–you’re right.” ~Henry Ford~ Each of you has Spirit Guides that assist you in achieving your goals. They do so by … Continue reading

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Follow the Heart’s Desires

Question:     What do you mean by ‘following the heart’s desires’? Higgins:     When you, any of you, have an inclination towards something or away from something, that inclination is information designed to guide you. These inclinations are a sort of steering … Continue reading

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The Kindness Paradigm (42)

Life is about the pursuit of happiness. It is about finding happiness and that ‘it’ thing. Whatever ‘it’ is for you is where you will find your happiness. Cheryl Jensen, November 9, 2014 at Lake Goodwin, Washington

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The Kindness Paradigm (41)

We are obligated by birth to pursue and explore our interests. We each are gifted at something. It is our duty to find that thing and live our lives in the thrill of doing that thing. Why? Because one cannot feel … Continue reading

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