Drama

Posted by Maria Certo on Thursday, September 9, 2010

Drama shakes up our life and redirects it to places that seem unattainable.

There are all types of drama that interplay in our daily lives.

There is the drama at work, with our families, in relationships and also within our core being.

When we attach to these dramas, life is turned upside down.

We get caught up in the emotions and lose our center.

We start to drown in the chaos that surrounds us.

How do we swim to the surface and stay afloat?

First, one has to examine how the drama is affecting their life.

A choice needs to be made to pave the road to sanity.

Sometimes the choice may result in an end to a relationship.
 
Or it may entail removing individuals from your life that are causing distruption to your emotional, physical,
or mental health.

Other times it is telling you that boundaries need to be set with others.

Boundaries are very important to the growth of the soul.

Without them, learning cannot take effect.

Boundaries require one to stand in their truth, honor themselves at all cost and learn how to say no.

No doesn't have to have a negative connotation attached to it.

 It can be an extremely positive answer to one's progression to self awareness and courage.

Saying no tells the world that enough is enough.

It also speaks to your soul and says I love you.

Everytime you find yourself leaking energy in your body, re-evaluate the situation.

Ask yourself, why am I feeling this way?

Pay attention to how you are being treated by those in your personal circle.

If blame, manipulation, irresponsibility or immaturity are playing a role, a change needs to occur.

Drama seeks out the inner strength that lives inside of us.

Find this strength within you and allow it to clear the pathway of confusion.

Release the drama over to God and the universe.

A new way of living will be presented to you by your angels.

This new way of living will lead to love and serenity.























 



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Drama

Posted by Maria Certo on Thursday, September 9, 2010

Drama shakes up our life and redirects it to places that seem unattainable.

There are all types of drama that interplay in our daily lives.

There is the drama at work, with our families, in relationships and also within our core being.

When we attach to these dramas, life is turned upside down.

We get caught up in the emotions and lose our center.

We start to drown in the chaos that surrounds us.

How do we swim to the surface and stay afloat?

First, one has to examine how the drama is affecting their life.

A choice needs to be made to pave the road to sanity.

Sometimes the choice may result in an end to a relationship.
 
Or it may entail removing individuals from your life that are causing distruption to your emotional, physical,
or mental health.

Other times it is telling you that boundaries need to be set with others.

Boundaries are very important to the growth of the soul.

Without them, learning cannot take effect.

Boundaries require one to stand in their truth, honor themselves at all cost and learn how to say no.

No doesn't have to have a negative connotation attached to it.

 It can be an extremely positive answer to one's progression to self awareness and courage.

Saying no tells the world that enough is enough.

It also speaks to your soul and says I love you.

Everytime you find yourself leaking energy in your body, re-evaluate the situation.

Ask yourself, why am I feeling this way?

Pay attention to how you are being treated by those in your personal circle.

If blame, manipulation, irresponsibility or immaturity are playing a role, a change needs to occur.

Drama seeks out the inner strength that lives inside of us.

Find this strength within you and allow it to clear the pathway of confusion.

Release the drama over to God and the universe.

A new way of living will be presented to you by your angels.

This new way of living will lead to love and serenity.























 



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Drama

Posted by Maria Certo on Thursday, September 9, 2010

Drama shakes up our life and redirects it to places that seem unattainable.

There are all types of drama that interplay in our daily lives.

There is the drama at work, with our families, in relationships and also within our core being.

When we attach to these dramas, life is turned upside down.

We get caught up in the emotions and lose our center.

We start to drown in the chaos that surrounds us.

How do we swim to the surface and stay afloat?

First, one has to examine how the drama is affecting their life.

A choice needs to be made to pave the road to sanity.

Sometimes the choice may result in an end to a relationship.
 
Or it may entail removing individuals from your life that are causing distruption to your emotional, physical,
or mental health.

Other times it is telling you that boundaries need to be set with others.

Boundaries are very important to the growth of the soul.

Without them, learning cannot take effect.

Boundaries require one to stand in their truth, honor themselves at all cost and learn how to say no.

No doesn't have to have a negative connotation attached to it.

 It can be an extremely positive answer to one's progression to self awareness and courage.

Saying no tells the world that enough is enough.

It also speaks to your soul and says I love you.

Everytime you find yourself leaking energy in your body, re-evaluate the situation.

Ask yourself, why am I feeling this way?

Pay attention to how you are being treated by those in your personal circle.

If blame, manipulation, irresponsibility or immaturity are playing a role, a change needs to occur.

Drama seeks out the inner strength that lives inside of us.

Find this strength within you and allow it to clear the pathway of confusion.

Release the drama over to God and the universe.

A new way of living will be presented to you by your angels.

This new way of living will lead to love and serenity.























 



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