I start this week with the statement, “We are worthy of anything we want but not of everything we want.” This particular statement, made me stop to think if I believed it in its entirety. To a certain extent, the statement on its own smacks of some limitations.

What is there that I am not worthy of, when I already am worthy of some things? I had to do some introspection, and at the same time understand the statement in the context of the trainings. It is all about context!

We revisited an area in training that seems to be ongoing- that of our comfort zone. To tell the truth, I live here almost daily. This is where I sit most times deliberating if I should or should not do something. The components of this ‘place’ are as follows:

  • Fear
  • Guilt
  • Unworthiness
  • Hurt Feelings
  • Anger

When I look at these components, the ones that challenge me are fear, unworthiness, and hurt feelings. Analyzing fear, it manifests itself in my life as not wanting to take risks because if I fail and someone rejects me and the hurt feelings come, then I feel unworthy, and stop in my tracks.

Where did all this come from in me? What led to me being fearful? How has it affected me my whole life that has brought me to this place where I am now a part of the Master Key Experience because my limiting beliefs have made me feel unworthy of good things happening in my life?

I am analyzing the psychological, physiological, and genetic factors at play in my life. When I look at the women in my family, they are are all strong, brave women who have not appeared to be afraid of anything, so where did the genetics factor in me come from? Maybe from my dad’s side of the family? The psychological and physiological factors, those I see in me( this scares me). Mark J and the team, challenge me(us) to find ways to use these components as tools to success.

I learnt this week that:

Fear Carries Concentration and Focus; Hurt Feelings Acknowledge You(I) Care; Anger Carries Energy for Change; Guilt is Evidence that You(I) Know what to Do and must use it to Advance Your(My) DMP; and that with Unworthiness, we(I) must Shift from Constrictive to Expansive because it is a Cool Tool(Voice).

The voices will come and sometimes they not only come, but bombard our thoughts(minds).

These thoughts are spiritual seeds when planted in the subconscious are allowed to grow. This is the reason I have to be resolute in planting positive thoughts there.

When I look at my Service cards, when I read my DMP, fill my mind with The Greatest Salesman, write this blog, open my eyes to kindnesses around me, identify the things I am grateful for everyday, and just focus on what I want to accomplish, the 5 components translate into action rather than inaction.

When my attitude and response to the 5 Components in my life are positive, then I know that rather than ask, ” Am I Worthy? I can emphatically say, ” I am Worthy!”

I always keep my Promises.

I'm Valerie Darlington, a Jamaican born blogger, entrepreneur, wanna be philanthropist and writer, with a MBA in Healthcare. My forte is history and research. I am obsessed with researching and finding the best, most effective way to accomplish any task set before me. I am on a journey - committed to finding the best, productive, and most fun way to live after doing the parenting thing, and caring for elder parents ( I have so much experience here). I am committed to helping you, the mature woman figure out and do the same with the "what nexts?" of your life.

  • Sometimes what is perceived as a weakness is actually a strength. I liked what you shared about ‘Fear’ carrying Concentration and Focus. For sure, it is a stronger vibrational energy than Shame and Guilt and it can make people achieve more than they thought if we are willing to step into that fear.

    Thank you for your post

    • Thanks, John. Many times those darn voices in my head, say I’m not enough. It is always great getting the confirmation from others. Thanks again, my friend.

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