You live in a world of fear
- The feelings of never having enough…
- Even with all this stuff you haven’t changed much
You live in a world of fear, crisis, and lack. The media bombards you with feelings of inadequacy, unfulfillment and need. This programming is designed to make you feel like you need to consume more and more in order to feel at least normal, like everyone else. Don’t you want to be at least normal or better than everyone else in order to feel good about yourself?
The feelings of never having enough is what keeps people from being at peace in their lives. People feel the need to improve in order to impress others. That means they have to have more, accumulate as much as they can and have things that are better than everyone else. To get all this stuff you have to spend large amounts of money.
You discover that even with all this stuff you haven’t changed much. You haven’t become a better person, you are just the same old you with more stuff and you still find yourself wanting more. Is there a possibility that what you have is already enough? Can you be satisfied with who you are today? Maybe what you have already is enough. After all, you haven’t become more by buying more. In the end it will come down to who you became in your lifetime and not what you have or how you got it.
QUESTION: What should readers take away from this message today?
ANSWER: That you are never what you own or what you do to get it.
QUESTION: Why is this information timely?
ANSWER: This information is timely because many people have found they can’t keep up the extravagant lifestyle they used to have. They feel inadequate or less than who they used to be.
QUESTION: How can readers best apply this information to their lives right now?
ANSWER: Stop consuming anything that’s something you don’t absolutely have to have to survive for at least a month and at the end of that month see how you feel about yourself not having all those things you didn’t buy.
COMMENTARY: If you feel a void inside you that you can’t seem to fill then you MUST stop. Turn off everything that has become a habit for you. Make yourself go for walks WITHOUT YOUR CELL PHONE so you are not tempted to cave into those old habits. Your time alone and away from those things that got you so disconnected from your true self will shift over the course of a month. Yes, it will take at least a month to start gaining control over those habits. That’s when you can start filling the void by becoming who you are.