TODAY’S B.S. CAN BE TOMORROW’S TRUTH

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The energy emanates

Out into the ether

The truth can not be obscured

The truth will resonate

To those who see it

And those who see it 

Will send it back trifold

You can fake it till you make it

You will reap what you sow

You will be what you believe

You will be seen by what you vibrate!

Blessitude!

Lorrie ❤

04/14/2019

This transformation business is hard!

You have to think it, to create it, but you have these hidden beliefs that prevent you from REALLY manifesting.

I believe people are pretty good at detecting bull____.  I like to think that I am as well.

But what constitutes as B.S.? Is it the fact that I say I love myself now, but in truth there are still layers and layers of pain and uncleared false beliefs that interfere with the absolute declaration?

If I say I love myself unconditionally, does your B.S. meter jump to high? Mine does.

I am a work in progress and I am proud of where I am, right now, in this moment! I bet your meter didn’t move at all on that statement.

What I am trying to say is that on this journey we call life, we make changes incrementally. It is a dynamic process that takes into account life experiences – past and present, awareness, and our willingness to change.

I do love myself and yet I continue to work on beliefs, or assumptions, I made about life while experiencing some of the most difficult things you can think of.

Sometimes you have to fake it till you make it, but if you BELIEVE and WORK HARD you can change your life for the better. It is in your control.

On the journey of healing, what feels like B.S. today, truly can be tomorrow’s truth!

~Lorrie

 

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My healing journey on the continuum of "It's all wrong" to "It's all right!" I love art and the creative process, reading, writing, and playing tennis.

33 thoughts on “TODAY’S B.S. CAN BE TOMORROW’S TRUTH

    1. Hi Brad! I hesitated to use the title…but it made sense! And how lucky that I had recently attended a rodeo so I had a video of one wild bull who did not want to leave the ring. And some B.S. is like that…really stubborn…hard to get rid of.
      We are all a work in progress 🙂
      Hope you are dealing with yours!! ❤

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  1. I love your main point here!!! It’s so spot on! “Today’s BS can be tomorrow’s truth”. I dialed right into the truth of that one! I am with you Lorrie…. process! 💖💖💖💖 love your words, flow, expressions! I find this especially true when I do affirmations, something I was never quite fully comfortable with but I do recognize how it can work by clearing out what is not in alignment with the statements.

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    1. Hello beautiful, Ka!! 🙂 How are you feeling??? I have a giant smile on my face when I think of you and the journey you have started!!
      Yes, I agree about the affirmations. I try to use them…could do better. But when you start with one that doesn’t feel like truth you can tell in your body! But with practice…and BELIEF that it can be so(such a key ingredient) the B.S. turns to TRUTH!
      I’m so happy to hear from you and hope that all is super wonderful!! ❤ ❤

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  2. Happy Palm Sunday 🌞 😊😎 and joyful Holy Week! Grace, Peace and Blessings! Stephen and I completed a 5k to benefit Queens Centers for Progress. QCP is an agency that provides services and programs for those with developmentally disabilities. Sibling Team Palmer 5K Walk!

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    1. Hi DeBorah!!! That is so great!! I have thought about you and how you are doing in your retirement 🙂 It sounds great…and I hope that Stephen is well…I am certain he was so happy to be a part of this WITH you!
      And yes!! Happy Palm Sunday and joyful Holy Week to you too!! 🙂 ❤

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      1. In January I started working part time at the Brooklyn Public Library. I’m a Community Liaison doing Outreach for the Library High School Equivalency Diploma classes. Half the time I gather research to assist the Case Managers and the rest I’m out in the field meeting and greeting the people. I Love My Job!

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    1. Hahaha!! KIMBA!!! My friend, how are you??
      Time flies…but life goes on…yes? I hope that you have been on the good side of things. Seriously, I hope that life has been smiling on you 💜💜

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  3. I remember my 6th grade teacher telling us often that to be confident, first you have to pretend to have confidence, and then it will come. I always found that fascinating and still use it when I’m pushed out of my comfort zone which is pretty darn often these days.

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    1. What great advice to hear at that age! You had the benefit of a great teacher…you always remembered this advice! Thanks for adding here, Kristen. Hope things are going well for you…enjoy the rest of your day 😁

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  4. Oh do I relate, Lorrie. So many years of constant inner work, and still no sign of reaping what I am sowing. I did not give up however. Suddenly, after such a long time, BAM! One thing after another. Wall after wall fell. Things I thought that I would not see I’ve seen. And then people with Hearts of Gold reaching out to me offering their help with everything Hubby and I do for our cats. For so long I had to fight so hard to stand for what I know is to be right and true. Now suddenly I am surrounded by “new” people who more then get it and they themselves are doing their best in this messed up world in making a difference. It feels like I’ve walked into a brand new world, one that is shiny and kind. I encourage you to keep doing the work. LOVE yourself for who you are in the Moment. Do you have flaws? Heck yes! All of us do but some of us are working hard to change those flaws to our Greatest Strengths. Keep on shining, dear friend. I’m right there with you working on me, the hardest work I’ve ever done in my life. BIG (((HUGS)))!!! and know you are truly LOVED in this Moment! 😘😘😘

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    1. You brought tears to my eyes, Amy! You touched that place…TRUTH! I can feel the light and beauty that you are emanating and I couldn’t be more happy for You! Oh…and to hear that the people you are attracting are so wonderful!! That is what I would call progress, Amy! Really good progress…forward movement. The hard work pays off…you are a testament!
      Happy the weather will change for you soon…so you can get back out into nature and bring us your awesome captures!
      Much love 💜💜

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  5. You’ve made some excellent points here that make me feel even more accepting of those times when I forget to love myself or others. But we’ve come a long way from where we were. The “fake it til you make it” or “act as if” strategy has worked for me in times when I asked myself, what would I do if I were confident. Now, can ask that part of me who is confident, courageous, playful and/or loving to come forth. Overall, I do love myself unconditionally, but I forget briefly. It’s like a parent who loves a child but gets exasperated. With all the successes and imperfections, the love is always there. Love is always here. Let’s feel it! ❤

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    1. Yes…YES…YES! It is always there, JoAnna…and you describe it so perfectly liking it to an exasperated parent. Aren’t we lucky that our Father never treats us this way!
      I think the most profound truth is that we ARE LOVE and then life gets in the way. Circumstances create defenses and in a need to make sense we choose falsely. If we are lucky we don’t completely lose touch with the essence of our being…our connection to the Magnificence of Creation!
      Many sweet blessings to you, my friend. May you always know your light 💜

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  6. Thank you Lorrie for this though provoking piece. Believing and hard work … and big slice of kindness, forgiveness and surrender are part of the journey. Where there is BS and judgment, there is no room for love. 💕

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  7. I love this ~ so very true and agree with your statement that “we make changes incrementally” it is like the kaizen philosophy in a way, always seeking continual improvement and by doing so over time seeing very tangible results. And by doing this, we are able to see through the BS of life a bit better and it makes for a much healthier tomorrow. Cheers to a great coming Easter weekend.

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