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Who do you blame for your troubles?

Who Do YOU Blame for Your Troubles?

I recall back to a time many decades ago when I didn’t know how to open my heart to receive universal love. I couldn’t receive love because I was angry and living in the past, blaming everyone and everything for my suffering.

I know you are scared and don’t believe in yourself. And, I know 90% of us live in daily fear and never feel good enough.

We spend our days going over and over our past hurts and fears. An incident occurs, and we find ourselves reacting strongly, our emotions are intensified because of our negative thoughts of the past.

We may think, This is now; this is how I’m feeling about what is happening today. But as we become more aware, we start to realize that we are feeling something from yesterday, too, something we didn’t feel safe enough to see and feel, so it has made our emotional reactions stronger to the situation today.

Spend some time today feeling the past.

Think about the sadness and fear and see what comes up. It is okay to go back to the past, fully conscious, and aware. This is how we heal ourselves. Be mindful of your behaviors and let all the emotions clear away. You will now be experiencing the universal healing energy. Feel this energy because it is a gentle look back to who you were in the past and a delicate step forward for your soul.

I’m so honored to be able to write to you and share love, inspiration, education, and motivation to all of you who read my blog. Thank you for your amazing comments and emails. Your messages mean more to me than anything in the world.

Today, I’m sharing a special message with you that I received recently from one of our soulful friends here at Prue’s Place. This is why I get up every morning and share my heart and soul with you.

“Thank you so much for your love and support. Thank you for the time that you spent answering my emails and sending me the information. You gave me far more information than I ever expected. I know that you are the real thing when it comes to helping us cope with this scary disease. You have helped me love myself more and stay on track. I can see the light at the end of the tunnel now because I am healing from the inside — please keep writing to us. Hugs to you, dear Prue.”

I know cancer very well, and I never had the love, understanding, and support I needed during my crisis. I know how much we all need to know we are loved, cared for, and understood.

Cancer is the hardest thing you will ever face in your life, and I am honored to be here to support you in any way I can. Please do not hesitate to ask questions, make comments, or come over to our discussion group here.

💝 “Love is the most powerful gift we can give ourselves, so keep giving.”

Prue

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2 days ago

Prudence Sinclair

Good morning, lovely you!

As we feel the emotional demands stacking up, it's more important than ever to set aside time to meditate and center oneself.
Sort through your priorities. Decide what you want to pursue, or how you want to handle something that's been bothering you.

If the family house is too busy and hectic, try escaping to a place outside for a bit. Go for a walk, lie down in a dark room, whatever you need to do to let your brain quiet down for a bit and really reflect
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Good morning, lovely you! 

As we feel the emotional demands stacking up, its more important than ever to set aside time to meditate and center oneself. 
Sort through your priorities. Decide what you want to pursue, or how you want to handle something thats been bothering you. 

If the family house is too busy and hectic, try escaping to a place outside for a bit. Go for a walk, lie down in a dark room,  whatever you need to do to let your brain quiet down for a bit and really reflect

3 days ago

Prudence Sinclair

It's the first day of December!
Christmas music is absolutely everywhere, and folks are calling it "the season of giving."

We don't always have to give material gifts - spending quality time with someone, reaching out, offering support - those are also ways to give to your family and friends. They're important parts of a relationship!
...

Its the first day of December! 
Christmas music is absolutely everywhere, and folks are calling it the season of giving. 

We dont always have to give material gifts - spending quality time with someone, reaching out, offering support - those are also ways to give to your family and friends. Theyre important parts of a relationship!

4 days ago

Prudence Sinclair

You can't always have a good day.
The world won't always line up to put you at an advantage.
But you can always face a bad day with a good attitude, and in good faith.
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You cant always have a good day. 
The world wont always line up to put you at an advantage. 
But you can always face a bad day with a good attitude, and in good faith.

5 days ago

Prudence Sinclair

When you are overwhelmed, overstimulated, rushing around panicking and feeling guilty for not being productive enough or good enough.... those are the times when the most PRODUCTIVE thing you can do is take a break to relax.

It's very rare that we can do our best work when panicking, and rushed work means more mistakes and more 'doing things ever' which will end up costing you more time than if you had just carefully and slowly done the work the first time.

When you feel frazzled, overwhelmed - take a short break to take some centering breaths.
Take a break to relax your body.
Take a break to let the buzzing storm in your brain cool off to let you THINK.
Pet a cat, or step outside to listen to the wind.

I'll say it again:
Sometimes, the most productive thing you can do is to REST.
...

When you are overwhelmed, overstimulated, rushing around panicking and feeling guilty for not being productive enough or good enough.... those are the times when the most PRODUCTIVE thing you can do is take a break to relax. 

Its very rare that we can do our best work when panicking, and rushed work means more mistakes and more doing things ever which will end up costing you more time than if you had just carefully and slowly done the work the first time. 

When you feel frazzled, overwhelmed - take a short break to take some centering breaths. 
Take a break to relax your body. 
Take a break to let the buzzing storm in your brain cool off to let you THINK. 
Pet a cat, or step outside to listen to the wind. 

Ill say it again: 
Sometimes, the most productive thing you can do is to REST.
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