Are You Ready for The Arena?

We have reviewed how Frankl, James and I, along with countless others in life’s arena endured unforeseen, unimaginable hardships and obstacles in the quest to climb individual ladders. Although we couldn’t understand how or why this happened to us, we didn’t let it stop us.

Instead, we learned from our experiences. Made the best choice(s) available to us. As James describe, “You are responsible for everything you do in your life, no matter the external circumstances. By taking responsibility, you fight less. You get angry less. You feel offended less. And you suffer less.” He’s right!

Looking back, I understand choosing to take responsibility forced me to stop blaming others, be it the fates or whatever we call it. I accepted what had happened. In my best interest, play the hand I was dealt. Thus, I took control of my life.

I have no idea if others ever asked, “Why me?” or thought “Life isn’t fair!” like I did. It’s natural to expect they did; our actions confirm we didn’t linger there. We wanted more from life. We climbed our achievement and success ladders. Overcame the seemingly insurmountable obstacles blocking us or died trying. After all, life is the journey – not the destination. I believe we birthed our Creative Intention to make the world better for having been here.

We all, you, me, everyone ¬– each of us, come into this world with a Creative Intention. It is our gift to give the world. As James acknowledged, however overwhelming the odds appear – it’s our responsibility to commit to overcome the seemingly insurmountable obstacles blocking us.

Our life is about our journey, not arriving at the destination. Whether we commit is within our control so put your focus and energy there. Climb your ladder, let go of the natural attachment to reaching the top.

There are no accidents. The One loves us. It knows our purpose, intention and why we’re here. It gives us what’s needed for us to become stronger, and to develop trust and confidence. Why we have been blocked doesn’t matter. This is where things generally stall out.

Throughout time, we have been indoctrinated to fear, distrust and avoid focusing on developing our “feel” trust and confidence. We have read of the witch hunts and prosecuting those who looked behind life’s curtain and dared question authority. We can’t change that! Using our energy fighting against it just takes us into a box canyon. No way out!

Instead, choose to disregard the “Why”. Let it go completely. Accept The One loves us. Knows our purpose and intention. It gives us what we need to develop our Creative Intention. We become stronger when we accept it doesn’t matter “Why” the “What” happened.

Acknowledge you don’t have to understand. You can accept it as it is. Continue on your life’s journey. Accept that whatever happened was a learning experience and take strength, trust and confidence from it. Then, you can focus on and give your energy to regaining balance, climb your ladder and complete your journey.

Regardless of our situation. Mistakes are made. Time lost. The obstacles blocking us. We’re timeless. One with The One. So, there’s nothing to gain by regret or feeling stressed. And although there’s no rush, there’s also no reason to tarry. You choose; it’s your journey.

There are wonderful experiences awaiting you.

We’re clearing a path, laying the foundation, creating our grass roots community, learning to forgive and love ourselves unconditionally, remembering and reclaiming our awareness that we’re one with The One. If you’re intrigued, I invite you to check us out, become a Founder.

We’re starting now with a six-month discovery experience. Make the best of your experiences, your journey. Money is not a reason to say no. You know your situation and what it means to you. A one-time fee; you choose the amount for your six-month experience. It’s not the amount that counts. It’s the commitment to build our own – working together in harmony.

The fee makes it an exchange. Important, if only for:
1. The exchange acknowledges it’s a give and receive process. We recognize and respect each other and what we each bring to the table
2. We’re telling our minds we’re not trying, we’re serious. We’re making a commitment to ourselves! Similar to my Luke and Yoda recap in
Practicing!

In our arena, we’re building something to be proud of – thus we use our real names.

“It is not the critic who counts; not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles, or where the doer of deeds could have done them better. The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena, whose face is marred by dust and sweat and blood; who strives valiantly; who errs, who comes short again and again, because there is no effort without error and shortcoming; but who does actually strive to do the deeds; who knows great enthusiasms, the great devotions; who spends himself in a worthy cause; who at the best knows in the end the triumph of high achievement, and who at the worst, if he fails, at least fails while daring greatly, so that his place shall never be with those cold and timid souls who neither know victory nor defeat.” Theodore Roosevelt

Love, Peace and best wishes! All you’ve wished for is within your grasp!
Joe

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