When It feels as if Satan Has You in Stitches: What do You Do? – Volume 2


In my last article, which you can find here, I shared a personal story on how it felt like having satan’s stitches. Check out the article to give you a foundation for this blog.

It all started when a sequence of strange events started happening in my life; it was one disappointment after another. So, I had to stop everything I was focussed on to evaluate the root causes of these events. I had to find solutions, and quick. I had to win myself back from the illusion.

Meanwhile, I was also afraid and extremely disoriented. I felt defeated before I even began exploring the options available to transcend the negativity in my life.

However, I also realized that in order to find solutions that would work, I had to convert my negative emotions into positive ones. To begin, I was so angry at the people who I believed were involved in brewing this mess in my life. But I also knew that this anger in itself wasn’t taking me anywhere. So, I had to transform the anger into courage, the courage to find solutions. I used the anger as an inspiration to propel me not to give up. I also felt extremely sad, because some of the people who were promoting this negativity in my life were people I loved. So, I decided to drop the sadness and started forgiving myself and everyone involved. And that was the first step towards my breakthrough.

Suggestion:

Do you feel as if situations have you wrapped up in discouragement? Do you feel as if Satan has you on a 24 hour watch and monitoring to destroy your progress?

Check in to identify all the negative emotions you are feeling and transform them into the courage or inspiration you can use to find solutions. It is also important to start forgiving yourself and everybody involved. These steps might not seem powerful or relevant to help you heal your life. However, they are the foundation upon which you can propel yourself to move forward. The emptier you are on the inside, the easier it will be for you to discover the truth about things. And remember, God is within you. You are one with God. Believe this truth in your heart and see the wonders that await  your life.

Stay tuned for the next episode of this article. Trust me; things are going to get very interesting. 🙂

In the meantime, check out my newest book, The Sanity Warrior: Becoming the Authority of Your Experiences. This book is designed as a go-to goodie when the going in your life gets tough. You will be inspired to move beyond your obstacles and start living a life less of the negative influences of the psychological mind.

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Love and light

 

 

What do You Think About Loss? An Inspirational True Story


“Loss gives us a chance for an upgrade. ~ Jacinta M

Some time in December 2000, I flew from Kosovo to the UK and dropped off 10 suitcases of my “stuff,” at a friend’s house in London. I then proceeded to Uganda to be with my family for Christmas. I had been accepted by the University of Hull, where I was to begin pursing an MBA in January 2001.

The 10 suitcases included all the stuff I had accumulated during the two years I had worked in Kosovo–with the United Nations. In the suitcases were jewelry worth thousands of dollars, classy suites, dresses, shoes, crafts and a large music system. My friend Jeff promised to store my stuff in his house until I returned from Uganda.

A few days after arriving in Uganda, I called Jeff just to check in. We spoke briefly and he promised to call me back as soon he got home, but he never did. I waited for a few days and called him back and got his voice mail. A week before I traveled back to England, I called him everyday because he had also promised to pick me up from the airport, but his phone was off. When I got to London, I went straight to his apartment and his brother opened the door. “Jeff is not here and please do not come back here looking for him.” His brother screamed and then slammed the door closed. I went back several times to try and get my stuff, and the brother promised to kill me if I showed up at his door again.

Long story short, I lost everything. All I had was a small back-pack with a tooth brush, a pair of sneakers, a pair of jeans, a tee-shirt and a few other things.

 Why am I Telling YOU this Story?

I was sad for about a week, and then let it go. In a few weeks, I realized that losing my stuff was actually a blessing in disguise. I didn’t have enough space in my hostel room to store more than a suitcase. I was a student and had to dress and live like one. So, if I had all those suitcases it would be more of an inconvenience. And having no clothes gave me a chance to buy more trendy fashions that were also suitable for students. This is when I came up with the quote, “Loss gives us a chance for an upgrade.”

From then on, I wrote many quotes to reflect on whatever was going on in my world. When I read these quotes, they do not only inspire, but also humble me to remember that there is something bigger than my person-hood that’s in control of my life. I also realize that beyond my human knowledge, Grace, has my back.

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These quotes will get you thinking beyond appearances.

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