Just like we can choose to take the stairs, rather than the elevator, and strengthen our bodies, we can alter our thinking and create the reality we want. A new columnist on GNN-i joins us every Friday. Today we look at what is really going on when we BLAME, and Jack gives us a helpful acronym to reframe our thinking — and our blaming– so we can build the life we want.
My acronym for blame is: B.L.A.M.E. Better Look At My Excuses.
This acronym revealed to me the realization how often I would blame things in my life. When my relationships went in a direction that I didn’t expect them to go, I was the first to come up with a list of reasons to blame the person, the timing or any other way my rational mind could come up with as a reason to the results of my experiences.
The acronym B.L.A.M.E. inspired me to realize I’m looking for a way to avoid the responsibilities of my thoughts, words and actions.
So when I feel the urge to blame a person an event or outcome, I know now that I Better Look At My Excuses first before making any conclusions about the results of my choices.
Next weeks acronym is J.E.A.L.O.U.S.
Listen to Jack’s soothing voice as he describes more powerful acronyms on his website www.sciencesofspirituality.org.
John Nickolas Barakitis is the founder of Sciences of Spirituality a project of the Congressional District Programs a 501(c)(3) non-profit company. As educators and practitioners in holistic massage therapy and Reiki, John and his wife Sona offer products and services to Inspire, Enhance and Heal through music and the spoken word. For more information visit www.sciencesofspirituality.org
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