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Capture this momentum.

Here is an excerpt from my book, Seven Steps to Inner Power:

 

“All you need to do is harness this unfolding power, hold onto it, and let it grow.  Then consciously work to replace your negative emotional patterns with feelings that support your goal, whatever it may be.  You have heard that nothing succeeds like success?  It is so.  Every real feeling expands and creates more positive feelings.  Capture this momentum.  Because your Silent Master is the Consciousness of Love, and because you are your Silent Master, love yourself!  Lift yourself out of your negative emotional patterns with determination and total commitment.”

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Whole consciousness of love, peace, harmony, and creative power.

Here is an excerpt from my book, Seven Steps to Inner Power:

 

“On the other hand, if you truly find yourself growing more and more uncomfortable with your negative emotions, if they are annoying distractions to this little flame of peace and well-being starting to glow within you, if you find yourself wanting to nurture even the smallest, most quiet feeling of self-appreciation, if you find yourself wanting, really wanting, to be happy within yourself, you are feeling your Silent Master.  You have already met each other.  You can know now that this little manifestation of real feeling is destined to unfold into the whole consciousness of love, peace, harmony, and creative power.”

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Negative Emotional States

In my book, Seven Steps to Inner Power:

 

“Bear in mind that to some extent you may enjoy your negative emotional states.  Be willing to admit that perhaps you’ve found them comfortable, familiar friends.  Yes, on the surface you may say that it’s no fun being angry.  But are you sure?  Are you sure there are no payoffs such as, When I’m depressed, my husband pays more attention to me.  (Manipulating others through negative states is what I call emotional blackmail.)”

 

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Acknowledging

In my book, Seven Steps to Inner Power:

 

“How is this different from covering up an emotion?  You acknowledge that you are feeling it, but immediately let it flow through and away from you.  You do not deny it, but you do release it.”

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Writing in Sand

In my book, Seven Steps to Inner Power:

 

Writing in Sand

The Native Americans created sand drawings, knowing full well that ultimately the wind would blow them away.  This is how I describe negative emotions that are held until something external happens to stimulate them or change them.  We haven’t determined to keep them, but likewise we haven’t determined to release them.  This is an unstable emotional condition because we are not “in charge” of those emotions and we don’t take constructive action to neutralize the negative feelings.  Maybe the emotions will be discharged smoothly; maybe they won’t.  But their presence, until removed, is counterproductive and obstructive.”

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Carving in Wood or Stone

Here is an excerpt from my book, Seven Steps to Inner Power:

 

Carving in Wood or Stone

Perhaps you may have immortalized a romance between your and a girlfriend or boyfriend by carving your names in a tree trunk or in wet cement.  The idea was to make the symbol permanent.  You may have already carved some negative emotional states, such as anger, worry, resentment, fear, or sorrow, into your consciousness.  These emotions are coming from either your conscious or subconscious mind. You may have felt so righteously justified in feeling them that you accepted them and no intention of letting them go.  But whom does this really affect?  It hurts only you.  Perhaps when you adopted these negative feelings, you didn’t know that this option would eventually obstruct your growth.”

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Deeper, covert manifestations of ignored emotions

Here is an excerpt from my book, Seven Steps to Inner Power:

 

“There will always be some deeper, covert manifestations of ignored emotions-such as developing a headache instead of expressing your anger-and as an effective emotion-dodger, you’ll say that the physical symptom is due to some other cause.  Be very aware that you may have become quite an expert at denying emotions, which creates quite a Pandora’s Box of physical illnesses, misdirected reactions, covert aggression, and inexplicable emotional outbursts.  (Also, ask yourself if you deny your good feelings as well.  Many times trying to push away bad feelings causes us to push away all emotions, including our positive feelings.)”

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Take Action

Here is an excerpt from my book, Seven Steps to Inner Power:

 

“You may be thinking, That’s all theoretically encouraging, but right now I feel depressed (or some other negative emotional state).  What do I do right now?

When you feel negative, first acknowledge that you feel negative.  That may seem overly simplistic, but you’d be surprised how often you refuse to acknowledge that you’re feeling angry or depressed.”

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Positive Mental Attitude

Here is an excerpt from my book, Seven Steps to Inner Power:

 

“A positive mental attitude means that you are free from conflicting thoughts and emotions.  You feel emotions of joy, peace, and confidence, because you expect success.  You feel strong, because you realize you have power, and you have removed (or are removing) all negative thoughts and emotions that could obstruct your manifestation.”

 

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