I don’t know about you, but I keep experiencing occasions where I’ve learned to be open – there are no coincidences.

Yesterday I started really working on my self-improvement program from the Jewish point of view, my Mussar class,  and had my first “meeting” with my work-out partner.  We work together every other week and the whole class meets together on the other weeks.  I missed the first class because Leila and I were on our team cruise.

For the last three years I’ve been doing Mentoring for Free’s Mental Cleanse and the Coaches Corner Mastermind calls on a fairly regular basis.  Through this process of the mastermind calls and the caring and support of everyone who participates, I have progressed from being a fairly closed person to the “universe” or God, if you will, to being open and spiritual.  I previously was only able to be spiritual through music, when I was playing and/or singing.  Now I am open most of the time so that I can hear the messages that come as hunches or strong urges.  When I act on them without thinking too much I am right and when I don’t I’m wrong.

Yesterday I began speaking and chanting the lesson of the week about humility and balance and my Rabbi had emailed it to me – No more than my space, no less than my space.  This is just like the self-talk Michael Dlouhy teaches us to do and say over and over and over again so that we can affect our subconscious.

Well, I kept getting it backwards, saying: No more than my place, no less than my space.  When I checked the written lesson materials I found that the way I kept doing it was exactly as in the lesson.  My rabbi must have just transposed them.

Wow.  I suppose I should not find this remarkable.  My inner self was responding to something from outside speaking to me.  Probably it may not make a difference which order the words are, but maybe it does.  These lessons are about 1000 years old, when the teachings were started.

Wishing you the ability to be open, there are no coincidences,

Wendy Weber, The Singing Network Marketer
602-404-1626 – Anytime
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