Janet Pearlman

Living in the Stream of Yes

July 19, 2021
by Janet Pearlman
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Notice, Pause, and Shift Thinking Part II

We are practicing our self-awareness and our ability to change from unwanted feelings to more empowered states. In this post the protagonist notices her own judgment and fear and is able to move toward a happier vibe. Continue reading

July 12, 2021
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Notice, Rest, Change the Thought Part I

We are committed to this path of growth. So many of us are following the guidance put forth in these posts and feeling better as we grow. Noticing where our thoughts are running is such a key! If we don’t feel good, we decide to reach toward some glimpse of uplift, feeling better bit by bit. Continue reading

July 6, 2021
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Fun Assistance Popping

As we practice reaching for a positive attitude day to day, we can have the fun of assistance popping for us. Perhaps you have experienced the Parking Spot Fairy? Feeling good, we drive to where we are going and want a parking spot to show up for us. And it can happen often! Continue reading

June 28, 2021
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Build Strength from Upset

Those of us reaching for feeling good are building new neural pathways moment to moment. These new pathways represent new strength in our ability to focus.
When we are born, we are guaranteed that choosing our focus will be part of our life experience –we will find ourselves close up and personal with something we do not want. We focus on what we DO WANT so we get more of it. Continue reading

June 15, 2021
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Success with Intention

We know that we can marshal our power to fulfill our wishes. How to do it? Get clear what we want, work inside till we feel as happy as we will when we have it, relax and let the universe provide. Since we are already feeling good, the time required becomes less important because we already feel good! Review this example. Continue reading

June 8, 2021
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Growing Self Respect

As we walk a path of growth, we become more attuned to noticing our reactions. The power in noticing can be milked for greater insight. In the example below we read the guidance delivered to someone who feels hurt and discouraged from an exchange at her job. Please see if what’s offered provides a useful template for your own journey of unfolding. We will review the story from Ruby and the counseling she received. Continue reading

June 1, 2021
by Janet Pearlman
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Go for Loving

For many of us in our culture family relationships easily bring up guilt and shame. For some just mentioning family means obligations and we start to squirm. Those thoughts of “what I should do” or “what I should have done” or “what he or she should have done for me” trigger such discomfort! Do we withdraw? Do we placate? attack? Some of each? What might be possible if we brought new understanding to handle such situations?
Filled with grace, we can learn to uplift ourselves to love before reacting.
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May 24, 2021
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Supported by Good

The Forces of Good support us more than we might imagine. We have had experiences where we felt afraid, waking up to the fear, shifting our point of view, and then feeling relief. Isn’t it great to feel that all is well after all. We can focus ourselves so that can happen as much as needed. So wonderful. Continue reading

May 19, 2021
by Janet Pearlman
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Tips on Forgiving Ourselves

Many of us feel guilt and shame and at times judge our actions. Wow what an uncomfortable feeling! That inner voice of condemnation can sound so true!
Let’s review some methods for soothing ourselves when that is happening. Over time we can grow to skipping the judgment altogether. In this post we can take a look at some key recommendations provided in the book Radical Forgiveness[1] by Colin Topping. Continue reading

May 10, 2021
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Robust Flow from Unwanted

It is a strong cultural habit of thought to complain when some event occurs that we very much do not want: serious injury, death of a loved one, a job that does not come through and more. That habit might include, “Poor Me!”
Readers of this blog reach to replace that habit with clearer thinking and with positive attitude. Such events offer us opportunity. As Darren Weissman, author of The Power of Infinite Love and Gratitude, calls it, “Gifts in Strange Wrappings.”
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