Many people chose to argue this point with me; however, I am convinced that my Higher Power designed me/us to be selfish beings. That does not mean that I am selfish to the degree of having complete and utter disregard for others ... not at all. What I mean by selfish is that you, me, we, have no choice but to have our unique, entirely individual perspective on the world. No one sees anything through my eyes but me, and no one has the same filtering system that I have developed over the years, having lived the experiences that I alone have lived. This is absolutely the case for every human being on the planet. We have only our opinions, our truths and, therefore, our personal spin on what is "right" for us to go by, and how perfect that truly is.
Posted by Kim Pye at 11:39 AM. Filed under: General
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What is meant by integrity anyway? For me, it's all about carefully listening to my feelings and trusting that when something doesn't feel good, that means I'm bucking my own current. When I buck my own current, I'm not being authentic ... I'm not being who I am and who my Higher Power wants me to be. When I do that, inevitably I'm heading straight for something that I'm not going to like when I get there. It's a funny thing too, because at the point of arriving, I often find myself saying, "where did this come from??? It came out of nowhere!" Something that I'm very clear about now is that this is impossible ... nothing comes out of nowhere ... nothing! The Law of Attraction is not only the strongest law in the Universe, but it never ever falters, wavers or is inconsistent ... not ever.
Posted by Kim Pye at 11:38 AM. Filed under: General
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In my experience I have found that most of us sort of reside in either our minds or in our bodies. Both are very intriguing places to focus our energy and provide very different vantage points. The people that I know who are basically in their heads display the following qualities. They are amazing analyzers of information and want to look at a subject from many different perspectives/angles. It is of utmost importance to gather as much information about the subject as possible and weigh out, all the so called facts, in as many combinations as they can think of. These 'head' people are very quick with their verbal responses to situations and usually win arguments. They are more guarded and are difficult to get a genuine read on. These people do not tend to be very grounded and are likely to hurt themselves physically on a regular basis. Little things like stubbed toes and paper cuts mostly.
Posted by Kim Pye at 11:23 AM. Filed under: General
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This is a topic that I hear people struggle with everyday. Men as well as women, tend to hold an image in their minds that is frankly, unobtainable. Yet we think somehow, someday, if we work hard enough, diet long enough and pray the right prayers enough, we will magically awaken one day to find we'er in it. Of course, media is the worst for constantly flaunting these perfect, young, flawless bodies exaggerating our desire to mirror that. The Fashion industry, who ironically is predominantly owned and run by women, is we womans' worst enemy. They are all about the perfect body, extreme beauty and awesome wealth. 1/10 of 1 percent of the worlds population falls into that category and the rest of us are left to the feelings of envy, remorse and defeat. Men are basically up against very similar standards, with even more pressure to be 'part of' the Fortune Five Hundred scene.
Posted by Kim Pye at 11:21 AM. Filed under: General
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