At the end of the last dream I had before I woke up this morning, I was walking back to someplace I can't now identify but it held people waiting for me. I stopped at some kind of storefront along the way to purchase a large container of liquid, like a huge container of antifreeze. I picked up the container and handed it and my money over to the guy behind the counter. He took both, rang up the sale and handed the container back to me. However, when I arrived at my destination, I bent over to place the container on the floor and found that not only was there no cap, but there was nothing in the bottle. I turned around and started on my way back to the store to rectify the matter with the swindler. But I never made it; I woke up before I reached my destination.
So I woke up pretty miffed...unfinished business and all that. I chalked up the aggravating dream as just a reminder of how I feel about others with whom I've had similar dealings over the last couple years ... for real. Well, it was either for that reason or the generous amount of pretzels I consumed before I went to bed last night.
When I got to my office and downloaded my first batch of emails for the day, the following "Thought for the Day" came through from the local community mailing list:
"Life is way too short to wake up in the morning with regrets, so Love the people who treat you right and forgive the ones who don't."
Of course, it's a very lovely sentiment and a good rule of thumb for emotional well being. I think however, that when the treatment by others vastly exceeds something that just isn't nice, one should do what one can to make things right (like taking legal action when necessary) and apply the good thought of the day to normal life.
But for so many, applying the good thought of the day doesn't last more than a moment or so because frankly, real life isn't always that easy-going. That's why there's a plethora of on-going positive self-improvement and enlightenment programming on HealthyLife.net. For example, there's Lynn Andrews' show, KINDRED SPIRITS, which airs the 4th Tuesday of every month, part of the network's Visionary Series.
During KINDRED SPIRITS, Lynn Andrews takes you along on the path of the heart and coaches you on how to balance your physical and spiritual worlds in order to discover and grasp the amazing possibilities that open up to you as you explore the vastness and positive aspects of a powerful life. Check out this fascinating biographical information about Lynn Andrews:
Lynn V. Andrews is an internationally acclaimed best-selling author who has written 18 books published in 12 languages, a series of powerful meditation cards and over 20 meditation and teaching tapes. Her work is beloved by millions who have read her books over the several decades. Considered a preeminent teacher in the field of personal development, Lynn Andrews is a 21st Century shaman whose words reflect her path - a path of heart. She teaches and shows people how to live a life that is truly balanced, with one foot in the physical and one in the spiritual.
Shamanic knowledge and practice is at the very heart of creation. Throughout time, shamans have practiced the art of choreographing energy in a nonlinear field. It is Lynn's intention that we understand how all that is sacred in life weaves together within our world. For fifteen years, women and men from all over the world have gathered with Lynn for her annual Joshua Tree four-day retreat. In 1994, and thus The Lynn Andrews Center for Sacred Arts and Training (Mystery School) was created.
The opportunities are there for you to take control and make your life better and HealthyLife.net has the lion's share of such opportunities, just waiting for you to get involved. Check out the HealthyLife.net website and browse the fascinating shows and show hosts and chances are, HealthyLife.net programming will instantly become a favorite of yours. And don't forget to kick off your day the right way with the revolutionary new NEWS @ 7, a brand new feature of HealthyLife.net that is revolutionizing the broadcast news industry.
And one last personal piece of advice...lay off the pretzels before bedtime!