Stripping away the rose colored glasses of denial concerning my reality. Getting in touch with truth. Reaching out to others in empathy concerning their reality and their walk to truth.

Sunday, November 22, 2009

Make that shift

“It is impossible to need excuses when the focus of life shifts to: ‘How may I serve?’ When you shift to compassion, all blame disappears. So no matter what you may want for yourself, discover how you can want it more for someone else, and then make that shift.” ~ Wayne Dyer

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In a conversation with a beloved friend, she told me that her highest goal is to live with peaceful intentions; “I don’t do conflict,” she said.

Her words touched me deeply. I soaked them up like a sponge absorbing water. Imagine! if the entire world simply chose to no longer ‘do conflict’? My friend is one of those people that Wayne Dyer is speaking of, above. Through her experiences with reality, she transparently offers more for others, so they might heal. She has helped me to ‘undo some conflict’ within my heart; for that I am grateful.


  1. Hi Dixie,

    What a wonderful world it would be!

    I will have to leave it at that since I keep needing to delete the fears that are coming out of my mind at the moment. The world needs more people like your friend, and you.

    I was glad to see that I am not alone in wanting to do something to stop Codex but that discussion is for another day.

    Namaste my friend. Keep spreading compassion!


  2. HI Dixie! Very discerning of your friend I must say. We all think of that ideal world as something to be desired and longed for but what if we just simply made up our minds that it is that way and no other. The universe is always quick to deliver even if we don't notice it. The teachings of "Abraham" is "You get what you think about, whether you want it or not". Let's think about love, peace and tolerance and how much we like it here!!!

  3. Hi Roger,

    Glad you could visit; I'm always touched by what you leave here for me to ponder.

    You're in my thoughts.

    In peace,

  4. Radical! (Heather do you recall a time when that word was used descriptively for the 1960's Peace movement?) That word came to mind first, when I read your comment.

    I'm sweeping start dust, while you're bowling with planets! Okay, I'll copy and paster your thoughts on a card and get to work. Wow, this is interesting... and I love the outcome.

    I'll pass on your compliment to my friend, as well.
    In peaceful gratitude,

  5. Dear Dixie,
    Well, like you, I must certainly concur with what you beloved friend has stated.
    Conflict. Who needs it. The difference between war and peace is that there has never been a good war.
    With gratitude and peace, Gary x

  6. Dear Gary,
    I understood the quote as applied to an indvidual first. Then Like a ripple across the water, it continues. It's an application. Not everyone is willing; thus excuses.

    Bless Heather P.; she has brought it full circle for me. Once I move beyond my own excuses, stop judging my self, I hope to be ready and worthy. Like my friend, I would be able to say: "I don't do conflict."

    Thanks Gary; I knew you were already walking this path. I appreciate your help.
    In peace,


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