BEST of PONDER on THIS for Monday, March 4th, 2013 by Theresa Crabtree in MAYAN MESSAGES: DAILY GUIDE TO SELF-EMPOWERMENT

“Polarity has an important purpose for without it, our world could not exist. Although the key to living a life filled with joy and happiness is being able to remain balanced in all situations, there are times when experiencing extremes such as addictions actually strengthens us. For when we learn to balance the extremes and become more centered, we are then able to empathize with others who have been where we were and can now be a role model for them.

Every thing in the physical world has an opposite. We each have the ability to choose how to react to each experience that comes our way. This often happens on a subconscious level, especially when we are not being aware and living in the moment. Start anew and leave behind the polarity extremes that are stopping you from living a joy filled life. Take time daily to quiet your inner and outer mind. Look at the things that are happening in your life: your actions and reactions, your re-creation, your relationships, your eating habits, your belief codes, etc.

If it is joy you wish to experience, look carefully at each of your behaviors and step by step, begin to walk towards the goal of the most blessed and bountiful life that you can possibly imagine. Play John Lennon’s song, Imagine, and dare to create that kind of life and more for yourself and your comrades on Earth.”

  Reverend Theresa Crabtree in “Mayan Messages: Daily Guide to Self-Empowerment”

For more information regarding this book and the sacred Mayan Tzolkin calendar, visit To read dozens of Mayan Messages click here.

service since 1999, “Ponder on This” benefits subscribers, authors, and
publishers by including “links” to where subscribers can
learn more about the book being quoted, and also purchase it. In all instances
these links are provided as a convenience,and do NOT generate any type of
compensation for Pondercentral.

interested in a direct subscription to “Ponder on This” are requested to please
feel free to forward to a friend. To contact Pondercentral via email,
please click

This entry was posted in Ponder on This Daily Inspiration. Bookmark the permalink.