Keys: Lesson 6

Lesson 6 – I am upset because I see something that is not there. Keys to this Lesson Same as previous lessons Name form of upset and perceived source I am angry at BREAKING MY FAVORITE PIECE OF JEWELRY because I see something that is not there. I am worried about NOT GETTING THE JOB […] Read More

Thoughts with Deb: Lesson 5

Lesson 5 – I am never upset for the reason I think. We’re learning to counteract what we are feeling with today’s idea. We think we know for a fact why we are upset (angry, sad, jealous, afraid, etc.) when in truth we do not. We practice as written. There is no need to analyze it […] Read More

Thoughts with Mari: Lesson 4

The idea that thoughts are meaningless can seem quite daunting-one of those ideas which I might actively resist. This was certainly true when I first did the Workbook. I found myself asking, “How can you say that thoughts are meaningless? What about loving ones? What about reverent ones? What about joyful ones?” It really wasn’t […] Read More

Keys: Lesson 5

LESSON 5 – I am never upset for the reason I think. Keys to this Lesson Use with any person, situation or event that is upsetting you Apply specifically to the seeming cause Upsets could be: fear, worry, depression, anxiety, anger, hatred, jealousy and the like They are not different Any upset by whatever name […] Read More

Thoughts with Gayle: Lesson 4

Good morning, I think I will focus on my high-alert anxiety today.  I call it that because there are very few moments throughout the day that I don’t feel this palpable and relentless “stress”, anxiety, fear around what I have to do.  Bill and I own our own business, have now for 25 years, and […] Read More