#rflxn : which cartoon character best describes you? why? "Your reputation is in the hands of others. That's what the reputation is. You can't control that. The only thing you can control is your character." #WayneDyer#reissue
"If you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change" Wayne Dyer
This is a view that I have had the privilege to take in my entire life. It's a view of Pinnacle Mountain in Little Rock, Arkansas. I've seen it thousands of times, but I've never seen it like this. This is breathtaking and literally here for my viewing whenever I take time to slow down and appreciate it's beauty.
What are you looking at all wrong in your life right now (or maybe not even noticing?) Are you missing out on the small daily successes because your eyes are only set on the end prize? Maybe you are down on yourself because your not at your goal weight, yet you're wearing a pair of jeans that haven't fit in years. When you start to change the way you look at things, the things you look at definitely start to change.
I challenge you to change the way you are looking at something and slowly start to notice your shift in perspective ✨
Don't just see the tree, take in the entire forest 😍
Affirm: I am an authentic, divine expression
My certificate of spiritual authenticity was verified the moment I was born. There is nothing I need to do or be to gain God’s approval or grace. The very source of my being is of God.
As I allow my authentic nature to shine forward, I act as the light of God in this world. I remain vigilant in contemplating my true nature through daily meditation on my divine essence.
Molding to the expectations of others can feel as though I am diminishing my light. Holding my head high, speaking and acting on my truth, I let my light shine. I affirm my innate passions and spiritual gifts are ways in which I serve. I focus on sharing these gifts knowing that I am an authentic expression of God.
Love Kashon #abundantliving#authenticself
“It is the act of an ill-instructed man to blame others for his own bad condition; it is the act of one who has begun to be instructed, to lay the blame on himself; and of one whose instruction is completed, neither to blame another nor himself.” • slave turned philosopher, Epictetus • 1st century AD • #responsibility#autonomous#divinity#essence#beauty#power