What takes care of you… that you can take care of?
I have told you how enamored I am with the principle “take care of what takes care of you.” ((One irate customer was complaining yesterday about my site being difficult to navigate.
I started to wonder if my site takes care of me… hm. Great question, isn’t it?
Then I muscle tested it because I wasn’t sure… If it takes care of me, then it is a priority to spend my creativity on redesigning the site… and that didn’t feel good to me.
Muscle test says: no, it doesn’t take care of me. Just like your house doesn’t take care of you. Your job doesn’t take care of you. Even your husband doesn’t take care of you. So what you consider “take care of you” in the context of the Universe is not what takes care of you.
Your brain does belong to you!
Your attitude does belong to you!
Your health does!
So as you see, this is not an ordinary distinction.))
What I don’t elaborate about in that article, is how do you know if something takes care of you or not. How do you know if you CAN take care of something or not?
Especially because many modalities ask you to stop thinking, for example. Can you do that?
Or they ask you to think positive… don’t even sin in your thoughts, feel different, be happy, be appreciative, and things like that.
Do you have the power to take care of those?