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The Credit We Give Ourself

Credit photo credit: 401(K) 2013

Money can be very revealing. It can help us identify the places where we are allowing lack in our lives.

Our money, the credit we have, is a reflection of the value we place on our gifts, and as a result, the value the external world places on them.

When we find ourselves with an external debt it may be because we are not giving ourselves enough credit internally. We have not yet fully realized the value we create. The value we are. And thus we are in lack.

When we give ourself allowance to access all the credit we have inside, the external world will no longer show us a deficit.

We can employ money as a guiding tool to shape the best life (and work) we can have.

photo credit: 401(K) 2012

Hello! I’m Tara, a wizard of less obvious things. I love hearing from you, so please feel free to connect with me.

I deeply appreciate your support of my work—through allowing it to grow in your imagination, through sharing it with others, and through your financial support.

Saying No

No

It’s hard for me to say No sometimes.

Sometimes it feels like I can’t just say it, even though I need to.

It feels wrong.

It feels like it’s not an option.

Despite what I feel, the problem isn’t that I want to say No, it’s me deciding it’s wrong to say No.

When I feel it is wrong to say, my communication ends up reflecting this.

I become unclear, and/or rejecting, and our connection suffers as a result.

But, when I stay in a place where I feel there is no problem in saying No, my communication feels all the more open — to me and the person I am connecting with.

By acknowledging and working with my resistance to saying No, I am able to practice staying light and responding clearly with why no is my answer, without remorse.

I can feel that I am respecting the person I’m communicating with, AND respecting myself as the same time.

I am respecting myself enough to say No when I mean it, and I am respecting you enough not to say Yes when I don’t.

I am me, I trust me and I know what’s best for me. This is what I am acting on and this is what I can feel good communicating.

No matter how you choose to respond.

photo credit: fotogail

Hello! I’m Tara, a wizard of less obvious things. I love hearing from you, so please feel free to connect with me.

I deeply appreciate your support of my work—through allowing it to grow in your imagination, through sharing it with others, and through your financial support.