Hello My Friends!

Dr. Sarah here, and welcome to Video 143.

Okay, now how much of the time are you spending on figuring out what’s wrong about a situation that’s not working for you? Lots of time? Megatons of time?

Have you ever considered asking the question, “What’s right about this I’m not getting?”

Yes, you read correctly, the question is, “What’s RIGHT about this I’m not getting?

Now it’s not about finding the right answer or focusing on what’s wrong with the wrongness of whatever’s going on.

It’s about clearing a space in your head so you can see it all, from all sides. This way you can simply choose what you would like to choose that works for you.

So asking this question really helps clear out all the things that you can’t see so you can see it all and choose what’s light for you.

A Space to BE With

Take a moment to tune in and ask yourself the following questions.

Do you find yourself automatically going into the wrongness of situations?

How often do you look for all the negative things in a situation as a way to cope and make of it? Has that been working for you?

What would it be like to ask the question, “What’s right about this situation I’m not getting?”

So bring up a heavy situation you were recently a part of where you went into the wrongness of it. Focus in on all the negative aspects of it. Now. Ask the question, “What’s right about it I’m not getting?”

What do you notice?

What are you aware of?

Is there more space? More clarity?

And what would it be like to go into that question the next time a heavy situation occurs?

What else is possible from there?

Let’s Talk About It!

When you are willing to be in the question and look at your life from a different perspective, it opens you up to a different world of possibilities… a space where choice and change is readily available with more ease. What would it be like?

So I invite you to share your awareness and points of view on my YouTube Channel.

All right my friends. Be with that, play with that, and let me know what that’s like for you and I’ll look forward to talking to you again soon. Take care for now.

Dr. Sarah