PONDER on THIS for Tuesday, June 25th, 2013 by Dr. Wayne W. Dyer in YOUR SACRED SELF

“It is inevitable that you will have tasks to perform that are unpleasant or that have absolutely no interest to you whatsoever. Rather than grumbling to yourself about how unfair it is, or how boring you find these jobs, remind yourself that you are not this body, you are that which is eternal and changeless and you have the option of not feeling victimized.

You can detach from your body, observe it going through the motions of tedium, and refuse to identify with it. You are then in the position of watching yourself without identifying the body that is laboring away. This process of observation immediately takes the judgment out of the activity and puts you in a state of bliss.”

                      Dr. Wayne W. Dyer, in “Your Sacred Self”

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