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Wisdom from Kerri Zane

Wisdom from Kerri Zane

From birth to this point in your life, you are an amalgam of your life experiences. They are the events and interactions with others that have defined you, from childhood games of playing house in cardboard boxes to tumultuous adult bedroom alliances.

Each scene of your life blends with the others to create your story–or at least the story about you that you’ve scripted so far. Your story is, in fact, just a story. The beauty of the life you live is that you can redefine or, as I call it, rescript your story any time you want!

You are the scribe of every scene in your life. So, you are the one who gets to choose how you want to be in your story, which direction you want the story to take, and how you want to interpret it. In other words, your entire life is based on your scene translations.

Unfortunately, you can’t see into your own future, so it is not always clear what the consequences of your decisions will be or how you will hold the resulting outcomes or stories in your mind. Like many people, you probably define the subsequent experiences as either “good” or “bad.” You judge yourself as “wrong” or as having made a mistake if things don’t work out the way you intended….Continue reading at InspireMeToday.com.

Kerri is a TV producer, speaker, radio host, healthy living expert, and author of It Takes All 5: A Single Mom’s Guide to Finding the REAL One.

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5:48PM PST on Dec 4, 2012

Her picture looks like Celine Dion.

5:42PM PST on Dec 4, 2012

ty!

9:04AM PST on Dec 3, 2012

This was more of an introduction to an article than an actual article itself. More how-to information might have helped. Too vague.

10:19PM PST on Dec 2, 2012

Very nice .Thought provoking. Thanks for posting.

5:21AM PST on Dec 2, 2012

Thought provoking article.

3:37PM PST on Dec 1, 2012

In this path many want and lust for more in the end the illusion of ownership will be our reality

2:10PM PST on Dec 1, 2012

ty

9:02AM PST on Dec 1, 2012

thank you

7:00AM PST on Dec 1, 2012

Thank you for sharing

5:52AM PST on Dec 1, 2012

thanks

from Yogananda:

"When standing beneath the almighty wishing tree of your will power, always be careful to wish for good things and not to concentrate upon fears, failures, or diseases. The consequences of your negative wishes might suddenly loom out of the unseen and cause you unending troubles.

Remember, you were born beneath the boughs of the wishing tree of high achievements. You must not think evil thoughts because such thoughts will bring you nothing but harm. Since you are living under the invisible wishing tree of the divine will, always use your will power to learn of God and attain Self-realization. In this way you will forever quench the thirst of any unspiritual desires."

http://www.anandaclaritymagazine.com/2012/09/yogananda-god-realization-tree/

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