Sunday, February 01, 2009

outplacement therapy A friend of mine might be meeting the person who's question inspired the faith for skeptics treatise I transcribed a few posts ago. How cool is that?! This person has come such a long way in terms of where his vibe is at most of the time and what possibilities he's willing to entertain. Oh, I crave that sort of meeting of the minds myself. I finally tried hooking up my external monitor to my netbook, and the drama that unfolded when I first did the same thing with my laptop was entirely absent. No special driver needed, just plug and play. My neck and shoulders and back appreciate it immensely. Tomorrow I go back into the workaday world for a does of outplacement therapy. I expect to see some familiar faces, and to learn something new about the art of resume writing. At least I hope some things have changed since the last time I needed one. And then lunch with some friends who work nearby. I am showing up with this attitude in mind: ~*~*~*~ There are those that say, if you do the uncomfortable thing long enough, it will become comfortable. But we are really not encouragers of that. We are encouragers of coming into alignment, and then taking the action. We are encouragers always of getting rid of the fear; we would never want you to keep doing things that you feel fearful about. And maybe the path of least resistance is just not get on the horse. Maybe the path of least resistance is to get on a different horse—but we would never move forward in fear. Abraham-Hicks--Billings, MT June 2003

Deb Schanilec

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