There is no arrival and in this game of life… we are always choosing how we will play.      We know now that we choose from our directive power- because we have dominion over our thoughts and because we are always at choice. As you begin to live your life from True Choice, I invite you to consider noticing the people around you and to make a conscious decision to help lift them up. To make a difference where you can and to play your part.

“Life is a game and you are the player. As you master the game, 
so you also create it.” ― Jay Woodman

True Choice

Playing to Win. Comes from I want to. I’m going to win attitude. Takes personal responsibility for the choices they make, good or bad. Solution oriented, pro-active, always working on their attitude, always looking for solutions. Supportive of others despite how they show up. Always taking action on their goals and excited about getting them. Supports others and comes from essence.

False Choice

Playing not to lose. Come from I have to. Doesn’t feel excited about getting goals because they question their integrity or reason for getting their goals. Gets exhausted, feels contradiction because they don’t want people to know how they really feel. Bulldoze their way through because its expected, because they’re supposed to and there is a need to look good. I said Im going to do it, so Im going to do it. In false choice, people are reactive and feel defensive.

Avoid Choice

Just Playing.  Have a choice but don’t make it. Usually if they don’t make a choice, it’s made for them and its not the choice they want or when they want it. Spectator attitude. Wait and see meanwhile they are righteous and defensive- “Don’t tell me what to do”. Confused a lot, which is also a choice to avoid. This is where the masses of people live and operate from.

Deny Choice.

Not Playing. See themselves as having no responsibility and go to blame so they can never fail. It’s always “out there”. Denies ownership so they cannot fail, and they keep themselves separate. Victim Consciousness, denying that they have a choice in life.

When we take the time to do this work we can see that it really is about the perspective we have. We’ve learned that with awareness, a shift in our thought processes, a commitment to prayer and meditation plus some body and breath work it is absolutely possible to change   and create a new reality.

Today I am outwardly focused. I recognize that not everyone is living from True Choice.  Wherever I can build a bridge, be of service, lend a helping hand, give a hug or make a difference, I do that.

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