PONDER on THIS for Tuesday, January 7th, 2014 by Dr. Wayne W. Dyer in YOUR SACRED SELF

“Simplify, simplify,
simplify. I can’t repeat it enough. Examine carefully how much of your
life energy is used in pursuit of what you don’t want or need. Practice
one day at a time, the idea of saying no to more. A very emphatic, “No, I
will not pursue that item.” In place of pursuing more-is-better, spend
time playing with your son or granddaughter…Go for a long walk along the
riverfront rather than spend time trying to get ahead.

As you
release the energy you previously applied to pursuing more, you free
yourself up inside to experience the joy of being rather than the
drudgery of always doing. This is freedom, the ability to choose to be
rather than to accumulate. You will discover, as you practice
simplifying, that many items that you previously chased after, including
money, will begin to show up in your life without pursuing them. This
is one of the great ironies of life. Less is more!”

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

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