How often do you feel frustrated? Or resentful?
Do you need something from someone, or something that you aren’t getting?
We often think about someone else, Why can’t you just give me what I need?
We often think about ourselves, Why can’t I be what I need me to be?
What can a frustrated, resentful state ever welcome except that which it thinks it deserves?
We may argue our case, but if you end up feeling frustrated or resentful a lot of the time, consider this:
Results don’t lie.
The subtle energy of your true intention, no matter how you spin it, will reveal itself.
Engage your Constant Traveler…
If you relax, smile, and celebrate when you get what you want, why don’t you relax, smile, and celebrate everything that may lead you to what you want?
All mastery is self-mastery…
Becoming a masterful motivational speaker takes effort and intention. Every day the masters of motivation take up their practice once again, because they know its value. They also understand from experience how easily circumstances can strip it away.
The master trains to unconditionally feel masterful despite current conditions.
The master trains from above the current situation. The observation point for the master strategist is always on the highest ground for a reason.
Nobody or nothing can provide you with your reason. That, friend, is your challenge.
Consider this: becoming a masterful demotivational speaker also takes effort and intention.
Perhaps you’ve mastered the art of frustration? Art doesn’t have to be beautiful for you to treasure it.
True mastery is understanding that even in moments of confusion there is something to learn. True mastery is knowing that the moment you set your intention towards clarity, your vision begins to clear. Sounds logical but it takes practice to choose insight over hindsight.
Insight happens in the moment. Hindsight happens once the moment is past.
Realize your personal elegance, the most honorable and compassionate part of you that you can possibly imagine at this point in time, is revealed through the guidance of your Constant Traveler.
He or she can lead you to artful self-mastery today.
What do you have to show me today, my Teacher?